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5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 1 Name: ______________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. !" = $% 2.

$& = ' 3.

!($ = )

4. &! = () 5.

&(" = "

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 23 2. 45 3. 22 x 41 x 14 x 18

4. Mrs. Ramos has 14 boxes of pencils. Each box has 10 pencils. How many total pencils doesshe have?

5. 7 students each have a blue backpack. Five times as many students have a black backpackthan have a blue backpack. How many students have a black backpack?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 45 ÷ 9 = 2. 80 ÷10 = 3. 63 ÷ 3 = 4. 60 ÷ 5 =

5. 90 cupcakes are packed in boxes of 6. How many full boxes of cupcakes can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

2 13 =_____

5 25 =_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 1

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. !" =

()$% 2.

$& =

)' 3 .

!($ =

$)

4. &! =

($() 5.

&(" =

("

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 23 2. 45 3. 22 x 41 x 14 x 18

943 630 396

4. Mrs. Ramos has 14 boxes of pencils. Each box has 10 pencils. How many total pencils doesshe have? 140 pencils

5. 7 students each have a blue backpack. Five times as many students have a black backpackthan have a blue backpack. How many students have a black backpack? 35 students

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 45 ÷ 9 = 5 2. 80 ÷10 = 8 3. 63 ÷ 3 = 21 4. 60 ÷ 5 = 12

5. 90 cupcakes are packed in boxes of 6. How many full boxes of cupcakes can be packed? 15 boxes

$) or

(&

!0 or

$!

!(% or

$"

2 13 =73

_____

5 25 =275

_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 2 Name: ______________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. $" = $% 2.

(& = ' 3.

!($ = )

4. $! = () 5.

'(" = "

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 43 2. 23 3. 56 x 21 x 16 x 14

4. Grade 5 teachers each have 34 students in their classes. If there are six 5th grade classes,how many total grade 5 students are there?

5. Dayna has 12 trading cards. Xavier has 6 times as many trading cards as Dayna. How manytrading cards does Xavier have?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 27 ÷ 9 = 2. 90 ÷10 = 3. 85 ÷ 5 = 4. 108 ÷ 6 =

5. 112 pencils will be put in baggies with 4 pencils each. How many baggies of 4 pencils can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

4 23 =_____

2 36 =_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 2

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. $" =

0$% 2.

(& =

&' 3.

!($ =

$)

4. $! =

0() 5.

'(" =

&"

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 43 2. 23 3. 56 x 21 x 16 x 14 903 368 784

4. Grade 5 teachers each have 34 students in their classes. If there are six 5th grade classes, how many total grade 5 students are there? 204 students

5. Dayna has 12 trading cards. Xavier has 6 times as many trading cards as Dayna. How many trading cards does Xavier have? 72 trading cards

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 27 ÷ 9 = 3 2. 90 ÷10 = 9 3. 85 ÷ 5 = 17 4. 108 ÷ 6 = 18

5. 112 pencils will be put in baggies with 4 pencils each. How many baggies of 4 pencils can be packed? 28 baggies

!) or

$&

$0 or

(!

!(% or

$"

4 23 =143

_____

2 36 =156⬚

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 3 Name: ______________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (" = $" 2.

(& = ) 3.

!($ = )

4. $! = $% 5.

($(" = "

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 48 2. 29 3. 56 x 21 x 23 x 24

4. Grade 5 teachers each have 250 books in their classes. If there are 6 classes in grade 5, howmany total books are there?

5. Leticia has 15 trading cards. Xavier has 12 times as many trading cards as Leticia. Howmany trading cards does Xavier have?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 63 ÷ 9 = 2. 81 ÷9 = 3. 84 ÷12 = 4. 72 ÷ 6 =

5. 184 pencils will be put in baggies with 4 pencils each. How many baggies of 4 pencils can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

1 28 =_____

4 15 =_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 3

Monday: Identifying Fractional Parts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (" =

"$" 2.

(& =

$) 3.

!($ =

$)

4. $! =

(%$% 5.

($(" =

!"

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 48 2. 29 3. 56 x 21 x 23 x 24 1,008 667 1,344

4. Grade 5 teachers each have 250 books in their classes. If there are 6 classes in grade 5, howmany total books are there? 1,500 books

5. Leticia has 15 trading cards. Xavier has 12 times as many trading cards as Leticia. Howmany trading cards does Xavier have? 180 trading cards

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 63 ÷ 9 = 7 2. 81 ÷9 = 9 3. 84 ÷12 = 7 4. 72 ÷ 6 = 12

5. 184 pencils will be put in baggies with 4 pencils each. How many baggies of 4 pencils can be packed? 46 baggies

)) or

&& or 1

!0 or

$!

$($ or

()

1 28 = 108

_____

4 15 =215

_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 4 Name: ______________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (7 = $0 2.

(& = ) 3.

!($ = $!

4. $(% = $% 5.

($&% = "

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 59 2. 75 3. 87 x 33 x 15 x 5

4. If you go on 4 field trips every year of elementary school, starting in kindergarten, how manyfield trips would you go on by the end of 5th grade?

5. If you buy 29 trading cards every year for 12 years, how many cards would you have by theend of 12 years?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 132 ÷11 = 2. 36 ÷12 = 3. 84 ÷6 = 4. 91 ÷ 7 =

5. 192 pencils will be put in baggies with 6 pencils each. How many baggies of 6 pencils can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

8 12 =_____

2 45 =

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 4

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (7 =

!$0 2.

(& =

$) 3.

!($ =

0$!

4. $(% =

!$% 5.

($&% =

$"

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 59 2. 75 3. 87 x 33 x 15 x 5 1,947 1,125 435

4. If you go on 4 field trips every year of elementary school, starting in kindergarten, how manyfield trips would you go on by the end of 5th grade? (6 years total – K-5)

24 field trips

5. If you buy 29 trading cards every year for 12 years, how many cards would you have by theend of 12 years? 348 trading cards

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 132 ÷11 = 12 2. 36 ÷12 = 3 3. 84 ÷6 = 14 4. 91 ÷7 = 13

5. 192 pencils will be put in baggies with 6 pencils each. How many baggies of 6 pencils can be packed? 32 baggies

!0 or

($

(!or

$0

!($ or

$)

8 12 =172

_____

2 45 =145

_____

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 5 Name: _________________________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. )($ = $! 2.

(%$% = (% 3.

"$% = !%

4. !0 = () 5.

7$( = &

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 19 2. 52 3. 12 4. 69 x 16 x 11 x 10 x 23

5. There are 18 birds’ nests. Each nest has 12 eggs. How many eggs are there atogether?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 108÷ 9 = 2. 70 ÷7 = 3. 84 ÷3 = 4. 42 ÷ 6 =

5. 203 cookies will each be put in baggies with 7 cookies each. How many baggies of 7 cookies can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

10 26 =_____

1 412 =

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 5

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. )($ =

($$! 2.

(%$% =

"(% 3.

"$% =

(%!%

4. !0 =

0() 5.

7$( =

(&

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 19 2. 52 3. 12 4. 69 x 16 x 11 x 10 x 23 304 572 120 1,587

5. There are 18 birds’ nests. Each nest has 12 eggs. How many eggs are there altogether? 216 eggs altogether

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 108÷ 9 = 12 2. 70 ÷7 = 10 3. 84 ÷ 3 = 28 4. 42 ÷ 6 = 7

5. 203 cookies will each be put in baggies with 7 cookies each. How many baggies of 7 cookies can be packed? 29 baggies of cookies

$0or

(!

!0 or

$!

)0 or

&!⬚

10 26 =626

_____

1 412 =

1612⬚

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 6 Name: _____________________________ #: _________

Monday: Fraction Concepts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (! =

!2. (& =

"3.

&0 = ()

4. )7 =

($ 5. !" =

0

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 33 2. 72 3. 29 4. 16 x 15 x 42 x 10 x 15

5. We have 11 students. They each have 25 cards. How many cards are there in alll?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 63÷ 7 = 2. 55 ÷5= 3. 56 ÷ 8 = 4. 64 ÷ 8 =

5. 312 crayons will each be put in boxes with 8 crayons each. How many boxes of 8 crayons can be packed?

_____ or _____ _____ or _____ _____ or _____

3 36 =_____

7 25 =

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1 , Week 6

Monday: Identifying Fractional Parts Name two fractions that represent the shaded part.

Rename the following as a fraction greater than 1:

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (! =

!() 2.

(& =

"(" 3.

&0 =

)()

4. )7 =

($(! 5.

!" =

0(%

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 33 2. 72 3. 29 4. 16 x 15 x 42 x 10 x 15

495 3,024 290 240

5. We have 11 students. They each have 25 cards. How many cards are there in all?275 cards

Thursday: Single Digit Division FInd each quotient.

1. 63 ÷ 7 = 9 2. 55 ÷ 5 = 11 3. 56 ÷8 = 7 4. 64 ÷ 8 = 8

5. 312 crayons will each be put in boxes with 8 crayons each. How many boxes of 8 crayons can be packed? 39 boxes

$(% or

("

!(% or

$"

!(% or

$"

3 36 =216

_____

7 25 =375⬚

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 7 Name: ________________________________ #: _________

Monday: Addition and Subtraction to the Millions Find the sum or difference. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 1,530,624 2. 7,683,107- 82,970 - 4,520,946

3. 4,313,804 + 8,224,960 =

4. 6,412,553 + 94,873 =

5. Farmer Dave grew 195,604 carrots in 2014. In 2015, he grew 8,763,455 carrots. How manymore carrots did he grow in 2015?

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. $" =

!2. 70 =

(! 3. () =

$

4. $7 = (! 5.

($ =

&

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 82 2. 37 3. 52 4. 43 x 12 x 25 x 30 x 15

5. We are going on a trip. We have 35 students. Each student needs 12 snacks. How manysnacks do we need to bring in all?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 32 ÷2 = 2. 36 ÷6 = 3. 25 ÷ 5 = 4. 16÷ 4 =

5. 246 apples can be packed in boxes of 6 apples each. How many boxes can be packed with 6apples each?

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 7

Monday: Addition and Subtraction to the Millions Find the sum or difference. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 1,530,624 2. 7,683,107- 82,970 - 4,520,946 1,447,654 3,162,161

3. 4,313,804 + 8,224,960 = 12,538,764

4. 6,412,553 + 94,873 = 6,507,426

5. Farmer Dave grew 195,604 carrots in 2014. In 2015, he grew 8,763,455 carrots. How manymore carrots did he grow in 2015? 8,567,851 carrots

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. $" =

!(% 2.

70 =

(!() 3.

() =

$($

4. $7 =

!(! 5.

($ =

&)

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 82 2. 37 3. 52 4. 43 x 12 x 25 x 30 x 15 984 925 1,560 645

5. We are going on a trip. We have 35 students. Each student needs 12 snacks. How manysnacks do we need to bring in all? 420 snacks

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 32 ÷2 = 16 2. 36 ÷6 = 6 3. 25 ÷5 = 5 4. 16÷ 4 = 4

5. 246 apples are packed in boxes of 6 apples. How many boxes can be packed with 6 apples ineach box? 41 boxes

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 8 Name: ______________________________ #: _________

Monday: Addition and Subtraction to the Millions Find the sum or difference. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 418,851 2. 8,225,763 + 5,304,136 - 3,106,208

3. 7,204,443 - 2,643,891 =

4. 1,635,964 - 1,210,743 =

5. Heather’s flower shop sold 687,431 flowers in 2013. In 2014, it sold 2,050,993. How manyflowers did they sell altogether?

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (" = (" 2.

&! = ($ 3.

$& = ("

4. "0 = () 5.

&" = ("

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 82 2. 53 3. 49 4. 22 x 30 x 13 x 11 x 22

5. A box of chocolates has 30 chocolates. I have 19 boxes. How many chocolates do I have inall?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 88 ÷ 8 = 2. 45÷ 9 = 3. 21÷ 7 = 4. 65÷ 5 =

5. 224 shirts will be packed in bags of 4 shirts each. How many bags of 4 shirts each shirts can be packed?

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 8

1. 418,851 2. 8,225,763 + 5,304,136 - 3,106,208

5,722,987 5,119,555

3. 7,204,443 - 2,643,891 = 4,560,552

4. 1,635,964 - 1,210,743 = 425,221

5. Heather’s flower shop sold 687,431 flowers in 2013. In 2014, it sold 2,050,993. How manyflowers did they sell altogether? 2,738,424 flowers

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (" =

&(" 2.

&! =

'($ 3.

$& =

(%("

4. "0 =

(%() 5.

&" =

'("

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 82 2. 53 3. 49 4. 22 x 30 x 13 x 11 x 22 2,460 689 539 484

5. A box of chocolates has 30 chocolates. I have 19 boxes. How many chocolates do I have inall? 570 pieces of chocolate

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 88÷ 8 = 11 2. 45 ÷ 9 = 5 3. 21÷ 7 = 3 4. 65 ÷ 5 = 13

5. 224 shirts will be packed in bags of 4 shirts each. How many bags of 4 shirts each shirts can bepacked? 56 bags

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 9 Name: ____________________________ #: _________

1. 45,996 2. 2,000,315 - 32,058 + 5,963,808

3. 74,277 + 4,660,237 =

4. 8,362,007 - 3,346,892 =

5. The house on McLean street sold for $1,650,302. The house on Emerald street sold for$858,234. How much more did the house on McLean street sell for?

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (7 = (! 2.

") = ($ 3.

"7 = (!

4. &0 =

)5. (! = $!

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 35 2. 21 3. 81 4. 47 x 40 x 54 x 33 x 10

5. I have 27 pizzas that I can cut into 12 slices each. How many pieces will I have when I cut the slices?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 44 ÷ 2 = 2. 38 ÷ 2 = 3. 96 ÷ 3 = 4. 54 ÷ 6 =

5. 208 lunches will be packed in a box of 8 lunches each. How many boxes of 8 lunches each canbe packed?

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 9

1. 45,996 2. 2,000,315 - 32,058 + 5,963,808

13,938 7,964,123

3. 74,277 + 4,660,237 = 4,734,514

4. 8,362,007 - 3,346,892 = 5,015,115

5. The house on McLean street sold for $1,650,302. The house on Emerald street sold for$858,234. How much more did the house on McLean street sell for? $792,068

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. (7 =

$(! 2.

") =

(%($ 3.

"7 =

(%(!

4. &0 =

)() 5.

(! =

)$!

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 35 2. 21 3. 81 4. 47 x 40 x 54 x 33 x 10 1,400 1,134 2,673 470

5. I have 27 pizzas that I can cut into 12 slices each. How many pieces will I have when I cut the slices? 324 pieces

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient. 1. 44÷2 = 22 2. 38 ÷2 = 19 3. 96÷ 3 = 32 4. 54 ÷ 6 = 9

5. 208 lunches will be packed in boxes of 8 lunches each. How many boxes of 8 lunches each canbe packed? 26 boxes

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 10 Name: __________________ #: ________

1. 4,723,876 2. 9,434,567 + 6,885,302 - 3,880,134

3. 5,972,011 - 86,431 =

4. 93,452 + 3,876,452 =

5. Mr. Duncan buys a diamond for $84,320. He then buys another diamond for $1,365,224. How much money did he spend on diamonds?

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. ($ =

)2.

$" =

)3.

("! =

&%

4. &" =

'5. (( = (!

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 62 2. 68 3. 39 4. 47 x 10 x 42 x 21 x 10

5. There are 19 buses. Each bus has 28 students. How many students will there be total?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 28 ÷ 4 = 2. 14 ÷ 7 = 3. 39 ÷ 3 = 4. 86 ÷2 =

5. 378 crayons will be packed in baggies of 6 crayons each. How many baggies of 6 crayons eachcan be packed?

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 10

1. 4,723,876 2. 9,434,567+ 6,885,302 - 3,880,134

11,609,178 5,554,433

3. 5,972,011 - 86,431 = 5,885,580

4. 93,452 + 3,876,452 = 3,969,904

5. Mr. Duncan buys a diamond for $84,320. He then buys another diamond for $1,365,224. Howmuch money did he spend on diamonds? $1,449,544

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. ($ =

)($ 2.

$" =

)(" 3.

("! =

&%0

4. &" =

'(" 5.

(( =

(!(!

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper. 1. 62 2. 68 3. 39 4. 47

x 10 x 42 x 21 x 10 620 2,856 819 470

5. There are 19 buses. Each bus has 28 students. How many students will there be total? 532 students

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 28 ÷ 4 = 7 2. 14 ÷ 7 = 2 3. 39 ÷ 3 = 13 4. 86 ÷ 2 = 43

5. 378 crayons will be packed in baggies of 6 crayons each. How many baggies of 6 crayons eachcan be packed? 63 baggies

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Homework - Trimester 1

Trimester 1, Week 11 Name: ___________________________ #: ________

1. 1,136,974 2. 7,642,301-1,083,320 + 7,525,111

3. 8,243,660 - 4,311,896 =

4. 2,371,452 - 1,780,463 =

5. Maria read 6,340,213 words in 2013. She read 3,845,227 words in 2014. How many more words did she read in 2013?

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. )" =

(0 2.$( =

(0 3. &! =

($

4. (! =

!5. !( =

$%

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 77 2. 30 3. 41 4. 61 x 22 x 10 x 56 x 71

5. We have 88 students that will receive 19 pencils each. How many will they have altogether?

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 72 ÷ 2 = 2. 36÷ 3 = 3. 84 ÷ 4 = 4. 48÷ 4 =

5. 657 pencils will be put in baggies of 9 pencils each. How many baggies of 9 pencils each can bemade?

5th Grade Homework Trimester 1

5th Grade Math Homework Trimester 1 - Answer Key

Trimester 1, Week 11

1. 1,136,974 2. 7,642,301-1,083,320 + 7,525,111 53,654 15,167,412

3. 8,243,660 - 4,311,896 = 3,931,764

4. 2,371,452 - 1,780,463 = 590,989

5. Maria read 6,340,213 words in 2013. She read 3,845,22 words in 2014. How many more words did she read in 2013? 2,494,986 words

Tuesday: Equivalent Fractions Write a fraction equivalent to the given one.

1. )" =

(0(" 2.

$( =

(0' 3.

&! =

($()

4. (! =

!() 5.

!( =

$%"

Wednesday: Two-Digit Multiplication Find the product. Show your work on separate paper.

1. 77 2. 30 3. 41 4. 61 x 22 x 10 x 56 x 71

1,694 300 2,296 4,331

5. We have 88 students that will receive 19 pencils each. How many will they have altogether? 672 pencils

Thursday: Single Digit Division Find each quotient.

1. 72 ÷ 2 = 36 2. 36 ÷ 3 = 18 3. 84÷4 = 21 4. 48÷ 4 = 12

5. 657 pencils will be put in baggies of 9 pencils each. How many baggies of 9 pencils each can bemade? 73 baggies