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Department of Education

Region VIII

Schools Division Office of Biliran

District of Biliran

HUGPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Biliran, Biliran

Percent

Total

COGNITIVE PROCESS DIMENSION KEY ANSWER

Understanding

Remembering

LEARNING

Evaluating

Analyzing

CONTENT CODE

Applying

Creating

COMPETENCY

Measurement

81. visualizes area M5ME- 1. B

1 2 2 5%

of a circle. IVa-72 2. D

82. derives a

formula in finding M5ME- 3. D

3, 4 2 5%

the area of a IVa-73 4. C

circle .

83. finds the area M5ME- 5. D

5,6 2 5%

of a given circle. IVa-74 6. C

84. solves routine

and non-routine M5ME- 7. A

7,8 2 5%

problems involving IVb-75 8. B

the area of a circle.

9. A circular rug has

85. creates a radius of 2.5 m.

problems involving What is its area? or

M5ME- 2.5

a circle, with 9 1

IVb-76 %

What is the area of

reasonable

answers. a circular rug with

2.5 m radius?

86. visualizes the

volume of a cube M5ME- 10, 10. A

2 5%

and rectangular IVc-77 11 11. D

prism.

87. names the

appropriate unit of

measure used for

M5ME- 12. D

measuring the 12,13 2 5%

IVc-78 13. B

volume of a cube

and a rectangle

prism.

88. derives the

formula in finding

the volume of a

M5ME- 14. B

cube and a 14,15 2 5%

IVc-79 15. C

rectangular prism

using cubic cm and

cubic m.

89. converts cu. cm

to cu. m and vice M5ME- 16, 16. D

2 5%

versa; cu.cm to L IVd-80 17 17. B

and vice versa.

volume of a given

cube and M5ME- 18, 18. A

2 5%

rectangular prism IVd-81 19 19. C

using cu. cm and

cu. m.

uses appropriate M5ME- 20. C

21 20 2 5%

units of measure IVd-82 21. D

for volume.

92. solves routine M5ME- 22 23 2 5% 22. C

and non-routine

problems involving

volume of a cube

and rectangular

prism in real-life IVe-83 23. A

situations using

appropriate

strategies and

tools.

24. An antique

93. creates

wooden chest is in

problems (with the form of a cube.

reasonable Its edge measures

answers) involving M5ME- 2.5 5 cm. What is its

24 1

volume of a cube IVe-84 % volume? or

and rectangular An antique wooden

chest measures 5

prism in real-life

cm on its edge.

situations. What is its volume?

measures

temperature using

M5ME- 25. C

thermometer 25,26 2 5%

IVf-85 26. B

(alcohol and/or

digital) in degree

Celsius.

temperature(e.g. M5ME- 2.5

27 1 27. A

inside the IVf-86 %

classroom).

96. solves routine

and non-routine

M5ME- 28, 28. B

problems involving 2 5%

IVf-87 29 29. A

temperature in

real-life situations.

30. The recorded

97. creates temperature for

problems involving seven days were 20

M5ME- 2.5 0

C, 21 0C, 23 0C, 25

temperature, with 30 1

IVg-88 0

% C, 26 0C, 26 0C, 28

reasonable 0

C. What was the

answers. average

temperature?

Statistics 98. collects data on

and one to two M5SP- 2.5

31 1 31. B

Probability variables using any IVg-1.5 %

source.

32.

Number of Eggs Sold by Penny in One Week

80

70

60

Number of Eggs in Dozen

32 1

presents them in a IVg-2.5 % 30

line graph. 20

10

0

Days

and presented in

Probability different kinds of M5SP- 2.5

33 1 33. B

line graphs (single IVh-3.5 %

to double-line

graph).

101. solves routine M5SP- 34 1 2.5 34. B

and non-routine IVh-4.5 %

problems using

data presented in a

line graph.

102. draws

inferences based M5SP- 2.5

35 1 35. D

on data presented IVh-5.5 %

in a line graph.

103. describes

M5SP- 2.5

experimental 36 1 36. B

IVi-14 %

probability.

104. performs an

experimental

M5SP- 2.5

probability and 37 1 37. C

IVi-15 %

records result by

listing.

105. analyzes data

obtained from

chance using

experiments M5SP- 2.5

38 1 38. A

involving letter IVi-16 %

cards (A to Z) and

number cards (0 to

20).

106. solves routine

and non-routine

M5SP- 2.5

problems involving 39 1 39. B

IVj-17 %

experimental

probability.

40. A grocery store

107. creates recently sold 12

routine and non- boxes of fruit juices,

routine problems M5SP- 2.5 of which 4 were

40 1

involving IVj-18 % orange juices. What

experimental is the probability

that orange juice is

probability.

picked?

100

TOTAL 12 5 11 8 4 40

%

12. 27. 20 10 100

PERCENT 30%

5% 5% % % %

Prepared by:

MARY GRACE N. ESCALANTE

Teacher 3

Directions: Answer each question. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. How many radius are there in a circle?

A4 C6

B5 D7

A B C D

2.5 cm 3 cm 4 cm 5 cm

3. Which of the following refers to the number of square units contained in a figure?

A volume B circumference C perimeter D area

A πD B 2πr C π r2 Dπr

7. Mirra wants to refinish a circular table that is 3 meters in diameter. If the refinishing costs ₱200 per

square meter, how much will she spend?

A ₱1,413 B ₱1,505 C ₱1,513 D ₱1,815

8. Carlo has a circular window with an area of approximately 78.5 dm 2 . What is the radius of the

window?

A 4 dm B 5 dm C 6 dm D 7 dm

9. Create problem involving area of a circle using the given data below.

circular rug

radius – 2.5 m

Area = ?

Problem: ____________________________________

A B C D

A 30 C 50

B 40 D 60

(12-13) Identify the cubic unit of measure that is appropriate to be used for the following:

12. classroom

13. book

14. Which of the following formula is use in finding the volume of rectangular prism?

A πD Blxwxh Csxs Dlxw

A cone B cylinder C cube D rectangular prism

(16-17) Convert the following to smaller or larger unit. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

A 0.008 mm3 B 80 mm3 C 800 mm3 D 8000 mm3

A 0.1286 m3 B 1.286 m3 C 12.86 m3 D 128.6 m3

18.

A 36 cm3 C 62 cm3

B 52 cm3 D 82 cm3

19.

A 12 cm3 C 64 cm3

B 36 cm3 D 96 cm3

20. Merla’s sewing box is 4 dm long, 2.5 dm wide and 3.3 dm high. What is its estimated volume?

A 24 dm3 B 32 dm3 C 36 dm3 D 48 dm3

21. Mr. Lopez has a backyard. What unit of measure will he use to find the volume?

A mm3 B cm3 C dm3 D m3

22. A container box measures 7 dm on each edge. How much space can it hold?

A 21 dm3 B 49 dm3 C 343 dm3 D 353 dm3

23. The Reyes family made a fish pond in their backyard measuring 6 meters long, 4 meters wide and

3 meters deep. They sold the soil dug up for ₱45 each cubic meter. How much did they receive

for the sale of the soil?

A ₱3,240 B ₱3,250 C ₱3,340 D ₱3,420

24. Make a problem involving the volume of a rectangular prism based on the given situation.

An antique wooden chest is in the form of a cube. Its edge measures 5 cm.

Problem:________________________________________________

25. Which of the following thermometers shows Luna’s body temperature of 37.5 0C?

A 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 C 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

B 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 D 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

A 40 0C B 41 0C C 43 0C D 44 0C

27. What is the estimated sum of 11.6 0C, 23.5 0C and 25.3 0C?

A 61 0C B 62 0C C 63 0C D 64 0C

28. Fe has a fever. Her temperature is 39.5 0C. How much higher is her temperature than the normal

body temperature?

A 1.5 0C B 2.5 0C C 2.6 0C D 1.4 0C

29. Mother checked on Tom's body temperature in the morning and found it to be 39.4 0C. In the

afternoon, mother checked on him again and his temperature dropped by 1.2 0C. What is Tom's

temperature in the afternoon?

A 38.2 0C B 39.4 0C C 40.4 0C D 40.60C

The recorded temperature Problem:

for seven days were 20 0C,

21 0C, 23 0C, 25 0C, 26 0C,

26 0C, 28 0C.

____________________________________________________

31. Bon and Ben are twins. Their mother, Bonnie kept a record of the twins’ weight. At the age of 1

year old, Bon is 8.5 kg while Ben is 8.75 kg. At two, Bon is 12 kg and Ben is 11.9 kg. At three,

Bon is 14.8 kg while Ben is 15.2 kg.

A Bon is 8.75 kg while Ben is 8.5 kg C Ben is 12 kg while Bon is 11.9 kg

B Ben is 11.9 kg while Bon is 12 kg D Bon is14.8 kg while Ben is 15.2 kg

The Number of Eggs Sold by Penny in One Week

Number of Eggs (in dozen) Days

20 Sunday

10 Monday

40 Tuesday

30 Wednesday

20 Thursday

50 Friday

70 Saturday

RUBY'S RESTAURANT ELECTRIC BILL FOR THE LAST SIX MONTHS

10

In Thousand Pesos

8

6

4

2

0

Sept.-14 Oct.-14 Nov.-14 Dec.-14 Jan.-15 Feb.-15

MONTHS

How much is the difference between the highest bill and the lowest bill?

A ₱ 2 000 B ₱ 3 000 C ₱ 6 000 D ₱ 12 000

Tina owns a Sari-Sari Store she always record her daily sales to know if she earns a profit. The

graph shows her daily sales in a certain week. If Tina’s total expenses for her Sari-Sari Store is

₱2,000 for that certain week, how much is her profit?

Average Daily Sales at Tina's Sari-Sari Store

800

700

600

500

Pesos

400

300

200

100

0

Sunday Monday Tues day Wednes day Thurs day Friday Saturday

Days

35. The line graph below shows Mila’s and Irene’s scores in a spelling test of 30 items. Use it to

answer the questions that follow.

A First and Second Week C Third and Fourth Week

B Second and Fourth Week D Second and Fourth Week

36. Jimmy and Naomi are rolling a regular 0-5 number cube. Jimmy wins if 0 is rolled. Naomi wins if

1,2,3,4 or 5 is rolled. Who do you think will win more often?

A Jimmy B Naomi C Both of them D Nobody

37. A bag has 1 blue, 4 green, 2 red and 5 yellow marbles. What is the probability that you get a

green marble?

1 1 1 1

A 5 B 4 C 3 D 2

38. Study the table of chances a letter card was picked for 30trials.

What was the result the letter M was picked?

A3 B4 C6 D 12

39. In a box containing 4 red balls, 6 yellow balls, 5 green balls, and 10 white balls, what are the

chances of picking a white ball?

1 2 3 4

A B C D

5 5 5 5

A grocery store recently sold 12 boxes of fruit juices, of which 4 were orange juices.

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