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# WESTERN TABUK CENTRAL SCHOOL

## Third Periodical Test in Math V

Name:____________________________________________________________Date:__________________Score: _____________
1. What is the ratio of the number of spoons to forks as shown?

A) 1:3

B.) 1:4

C.) 3:4

D.)

4:3

## 2. Which of the following gives n = 0.541 as a result?

A) (0.634 + 0.254) 0.347 = n
C) (63.4 - 0.254) + 0.347 = n
B) (0.634 - 0.254) + 0.347 = n
D) (6.34 - 0.254) + 0.347 = n
For items 3-6, refer to the illustration.

## 3. What is the ratio of the number of circles to the number of triangles?

A) 5:6
B) 5:9
C) 6:9
D) 9:20
4. Which describes the ratio of the number of squares to the number of circles?
A) 9:20
B) 9:6
C) 6:9
D) 5:6
5. What is the ratio of the number of triangles to the total number of objects in the box?
A) 5:20
B) 6:11
C) 9:11
D) 9:20
6. What is the simplest form of the ratio of triangles to squares?
A) 3:2
B) 3:1
C) 2:3
D) 2:1
7. What is the result if you subtract the sum of 2.123 and 4.5 from 8.35?
A) 1.727
B) 1.737
C) 2.737
D) 2.747
8. Ronnie is 137.45 centimeters tall while Margie is 11.5 centimeters less. How tall is Margie?
A) 115.95 cm
B) 125.95 cm
C) 135.95 cm D) 139.95 cm
9. Which is the simplest form of 32:56?
A) 2:3
B) 3:7
C) 4:5
D) 4:7
For items 10-11, refer to the illustration below.
Draw tennis balls and rackets on the empty boxes provided to show equivalent ratios. Then, write the corresponding number
of balls and rackets below each box.

10.____________

11. _____________

12. After buying a piece of notebook for 22.50, a mini-bag for 11.75 and a ball pen for 10.50, Lilian had
45.75 left in her pocket. How much money did she have at first?
A) 90.50
B) 92.50
C) 93.50 D) 94.50
13. Which of the following is equal to 0.048?
A) 0.8 x 0.03 x 0.02
B) 0.8 x 0.3 x 0.02
C) 0.8 x 0.3 x 0.2
D) 0.08 x 0.03 x 0.02
14. Leonard had 0.7 of a pizza. He gave 0.6 of it to his sister. What part of the pie did her sister get?
A) 0.042
B) 0.402
C) 0.42
D) 4.2
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## 15. Find the value of N in 3 : N = 6 : 24. A) 6

B) 8
C) 9
D) 12
For items 16-18, study the table below.
The table shows the number of sacks of sugar and rice delivered at Sharons Retailing Store per week.
NUMBER OF SACKS
PRODUCT
st
nd
1 Week
2 Week
3rd Week
4th Week
5th Week
sugar
?
6
9
12
?
rice
?
8
12
16
?
16. What is the ratio of the number of sacks of sugar to the number of sacks
A) 1:2
B) 2:3
C) 3:4
D) 4:5
17. How many more sacks of rice than sugar were delivered on the fifth week?
A) 5
B) 6
C) 7
D) 8
18. If the delivery continues until the 10 th week, what is the total number of sacks of rice and of sugar delivered all in
all?
A) 60
B) 70
C) 80
D) 90
19. Two kilograms of lanzones costs 75.00. How many kilograms can you buy if you have 300.00?
A) 4
B) 6
C) 8
D) 10
For items 20-21, refer to the given problem.
During the camping trip, every 35 boys shared 7 boxes of bananas. How many boxes of bananas did 105 boys share?
20. Which number sentence or proportion can be used to solve the problem?
A) 35:7 = 105:N
B) 35:7 = N:105 C) 7:35 = 105:N D) 7:105 = 35:N
21. What is the final answer to the problem?
A) 3 boxes B) 15 boxes
C) 21 boxes
D) 25 boxes
22. Airene bought 0.85 meters of cover cellophane for his Mathematics . He used 0.34 of it for its cover. How many
meter of cellophane was not used?
A) 0.41
B) 0.51
C) 0.55
D) 0.61
23. Out of 50 members of the Math Club of Masipag Elementary School, 0.6 are boys. If 0.4 of these boys come from
Grade V-EDSA class, then how many boys are from other sections?
A) 10
B) 12
C) 16
D) 18
For items 24-26, refer to the illustration below (3 points).

## 27. Which number represents twelve and five thousandths?

A) 12.5
B) 12.05
C) 12.005
D) 12.005
28. What is the sum of the least and the greatest decimals in the given SET? 0.465,
0.654,
0.645,
0.546
A) 1.299
B) 1.200
C) 1.119
D) 1.110
29. Errol takes 3.35 meters of cloth to make a bed cover. If she finished 12 bed covers, how many meters of cloth did
she use? A) 40 m
B) 40.2 m
C) 42 m
D) 42.4
30. There are 1000 families in a certain community. They agreed to share
82.50 each for the clean-up activity of
their drainage. How much will they raise in all?
A)
825.00 B)
8 250.00 C)
82 500.00
D) 825 000.00
31. Which decimal represents the shaded parts of the figure below?

A) 1.05

B) 1.20

C) 1.50

D) 1.55
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For items 32-34, refer to the reading of the digital weighing scale.

## 32. Which fraction is equal to the mass of the repolyo?

A) 762/100
B) 762/1 000
C) 762/ 10 000 D) 762/100 000
33. If you round off the mass of the repolyo to the nearest tenths, then what number will you get?
A) 0.7 g
B) 0.76 g
C) 0.8 g
D)
0.9 g
34. Round off its mass to the nearest hundredths.
A) 0.75 g
B) 0.76 g
C) 0.77 g
D)
0.78 g
For items 35-36 refer to the given below.

35. If Aling Rowena will buy kg of beef and 5 kg of rice, how much will she pay in all?
A) 250.25
B) 255.25
C) 256.25
D) 266.25
36. Mrs. Santos purchased 3 kg of rice, 6 pieces eggs and 2.5 kg of fish. How much did she pay in all?
A) 425.25
B) 525.25
C) 552.25 D)
575.25
37. If 1 kilogram of onions cost 85.10, How much is 6.5 kilogram cost?
A)
543.15 B)
553.15 C)
563.15 D)
573.15
For items 38 40, refer to the figures below.
Mr. Lacson has these bills and coins in his wallet.

38. All in all, how much is Mr. Lacsons money in his wallet? ___________________.
39-40. (2 points)
For the month of September, Mr. Lacson has an electric bill amounting to 1 452.50. Is his money enough to pay for
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Teacher I

Principal I

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## WESTERN TABUK CENTRAL SCHOOL

Third Periodical Test in Math V
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

No. of

SKILLS

Items
7
2
6

## Express the ratio of two quantities

Reduce ratios to lowest terms
Solve problems involving rations
Visualize decimals

RE

1,3,4,5

16

APP

10,11
6,9
15

17, 18,21

2,20
24,25,26

27,31

38
32

and

## subtraction and multiplication of decimals

AN

19,22,23,2
16

7,8,12,13,

14,29

30,35,36,3

39,40

7
Round off Decimals
TOTAL

Teacher I

2
40

33,34
4

11

Principal I