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1. Which is equal to the figure on the right. A. C. B. D.

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. D. 65 . 55 = B. 8. into lowest terms. . . D. Which set of fraction are equal to ? A. D. C. B. . C. 5. Reduce A. . Which is a higher term of A. B. . 6. 54 D. . Complete the statement to make it true. ? B. .4. A. B. D. Use cross product method to check which of the following fractions are equal. . 45 C. C. C. 7. A.

Add: 2/5 + 8/5 + 3/5 and give the answer in simplest form. What part of the cake did she slice? A. B. D. Which fraction is close to 0? A. ½ D. A. Which of the following fractions is close to ? A. Find the sum: 1/9 + 2/9 + 3/9 =___________. ½ B. ¾ D. 1 2/15 B. 2 3/5 D. 2/15 and then 13. What is the sum of ½ and 1/4? A.9. 10. ¾ B. 0 2/3 12. 2/9 C. 1/5 14. D. 1/8 C. A. 6/27 B. C. 13/15 C. D. First she sliced 1/3 1/6. 11. 6/18 C. 2/6 . B. C. Mother has one whole cake.

3/15 B.15. 23 15/14 D. A. 23 9/14 B. Add and express the answer in its lowest term. 15/3 D. 3 21/13 . 5/9 0 16. 102/3 B. 31 3/21 B. 5/11 B. 13 11/12 C. What is the result when 5 4/7 is added to 5? A. Find the sum of 7 + 6 + 2/3 + 1/4. 11/15 C. 9/12 B. 15 2/3 C. 15 17/14 19. Find the sum: 4/9 + 1/2 =___________ A. C. 3 1/21 C. A. 3 13/21 C. 9/7 D. 23 11/14 C. D. D. Solve: 3 2/7 + 1/3=_____________. Add: 15 + 9/14 + 1/7 + 8. 10 4/7 21. 17/18 B. 76 3/7 20. 1 7/30 B. 13 ½ D. 11/6 1/30 17. 13 5/12 18. A. 55/7 C. 2/5 +1/3=___________ A. Solve: 10 2/3 + 5 =________ A.

21 ½ 24. 5 1/3 B. 8 C.22. and 5 3/16 kg of veal. What is the sum of 12 ¾ and 8 5/8? A. 5 ½ C. 1 1/5 B. 21 3/8 D. 7/5 C. 11 4/5 C. 3 ½ kg of lamb. 13 kg 27. 32 4/5 25. 11 kg D. Solve mentally: 4/5 + 2/5=_____. 1/5 B 7/8 cup D. 21 2/3 B. 9 26. What is the sum when 5/8 cup of water is added to 2/8 cup of milk? A. 7/16 cup 28. Bart bought 2 ¾ kg of ham. 6/5 D. Estimate the sum of 3 2/6 and 4 3/5? A. 12 kg B. 10/8 cup . 31 7/10 D. About how much meat did he buy? A. 5 1/8 23. 6 B. 20 C. Find the sum: 10 7/10+5 7/20+ 16 3/4 = A. 6/8 cup C. 10 kg C. A. 31 17/10 B. 7 D. 5 ¼ D. Find the sum of 4 4/8 and ¾? A.

division C. division . What is the word clue? A. What are the given facts? A. Number of times she works. spend C. 1 ¼.For questions 29-34 refer to the problem below. all D. 3 2/3. 3 2/3. D. Number of times she helped in the kitchen 30. chores B. N= 2 ¼ + 3 2/3 ² 2 ½ B. addition D. How long does she spend doing all the chores? 29. 2 1/4. N= 2 ¼ + (3 2/3 x 2 ½) B. B. 2 1/4. 2 ¼. During weekends. What operation will solve the problem? A. What is asked? A. hours B. and 2 ½ hours helping in the kitchen. and 2 ½ 31. Number of chores. and 2 ¼ 32. 3 2/3 hours studying. 3 3/2. C. N= 2 ¼ + 3 2/3 x 2 ½ D. Marianne spends 2 ¼ hours cleaning the house. multiplication 33. What is the number sentence? A. and 2 ½ C. 3 2/3. N= 2 ¼ + 3 2/3 + 2 ½ C. Number of hours to finish all the chores. and 2 ½ D.

20 ¼ 36. what is the total length of the pieces of straw? A. 2 C. 7 ½ m. 8 5/12 hours D. 3 B. How many meters of cloth did she buy in all? A. 12 12/30 . 3 ½ 37. 12 13/20 D. 2 ½ D. Kate bought a set of fraction cards as shown below: Kate added the fractions and got a correct answer. 11 13/20 C. 7 2/3 hours B. 18 ¼ m C. If the pieces of straw have lengths 3 ¾ m. 7 5/12 hours C. 18 ½ m D. John bought 10 ¼ m of printed cloth and 2 2/5 m of plain white cloth. What was her answer? A. 19 ¼ m B. and 6 ¼ m. Vincent uses four pieces of straw to bundle old newspapers. What is the correct answer? A. 8 ½ hours 35. 2 ¾ m.34. 12 14/20 B.

B. Grace was walking to school one morning. 7/7. D. C. How far from home did she accidentally drop her handkerchief? What is the best visual presentation of the above problem? A. She has gone 5/9 km from home when she noticed that she dropped her handkerchief somewhere on the way. What subtraction equation will best describe the representation below? A.38. She walk back 2/9 km when she found her handkerchief. . 7/7 ² 2/7 39.3/6 D. 2/7-3/7 B. 7/7 ² 3/7 C.

3 ¾ 45. 13 ¼ kilos D. How many kilograms of eggplants were left? A. 7 2/3 B. She asked a painter to paint their wall. 6 2/7 C. 8 3/2 D. 1/12 C. 4 ¼ B. A. How much heavier is Amor than Marife? A. Marife weighs 36 3/8 kilos. 10 1/4 D. 4 2/7 41. 12 ¾ kilos C. How much paint was left? A. 4 1/6 kg. Amor weighs 50 1/8 kilos. Solve 5 2/7 ² 1 = _____. 4 1/5 kg C. 8 3/2 43. 2 ¼ liters C. 8 2/3 C. 4 1/5 kg . 5 2/7 D. Solve: 10 4/12 ² 1/12 A. She has 3 cups in her bowl. 3 cups 42. 4 2/8 B. 13 ¾ kilos 44. What is the result when 2 1/6 is subtracted from 10 5/6? A. 2 ¾ cups C. 46. How many more cups does she need? A. 3 ¾ cups D. Mrs. Marichu needs 5 ¾ cups of flour to bake a cake. 13 ½ kilos B. Marcos bought 4 liters of paint. Oba-ob harvested 5 kilograms of eggplants from their school garden. 3 ¼ liters D. 4 1/7 kg D. Mr.40. 10 6/12 B. They gave 5/6 kg to the principal. The painter used ¾ liter. 10 5/12 B. 5 ¾ cups B.

9 3/8 D. 23 dozens 48. He bought 3 ¼ kilos of grapes for his family. 1/6 C. 17 7/8 C.5 kilos . AlingConching baked 24 7/9 dozens of macaroons. Kate . ¾ kilos B. 24 dozens D. What part of the chocolate bar was left? A. What is the difference between 12 and 3 5/8? A. 15 1/9 B.1/21 hour C. 13 8/15 B. 2/6 B. 8 4/8 B.47. Susie. 16 ¾ D. 24 1/1 dozens B. Mark received his first salary from his first job. 1/18 hour D. 3 kilos C. 8 3/8 C. How many kilos did he still bring home? A. 2 kilos D. Susie spent 8/10 hour doing her homework while Kate spent ¾ hour. She shared 2/3 of a bar to a friend. 14 8/9 50. How many dozens were left? A. A. What is the difference between 13 4/5 and 1/3? A. 12 6/15 53.1/10 hour B. Alice received 5/6 of a chocolate bar. 12 7/15 D. ½ 51. She reserved 7/9 of a dozen for her children. 13 7/15 C. 8 ¾ 49. 24 1/9 dozens C. 1/20 hour 52. Kate . he ate 2/8 kilo of those grapes. Who spent more time doing her homework? How much more? A. 3/6 D. 1. Susie. While on his way home. Subtract: 24 ² 6 1/8.

4 3/4 D. used D. Amalia prepared 1 3/6 liters of pineapple juice for her visitors. meters of cloth used for the clinic B. She served ½ liter.54. meters 59. 5 3/4m C. 1 B. 10 1/3m. piece B. Find the difference: 5 4/5 ² 2 ½. 4 3/4 B. 1 1/8 D. subtraction C. A. How many liters juice were left? A. meters of cloth for the classroom D. division . 10 ½ m. 2 55. How many meters were used for the school clinic? 56. 10 ½ m. 4 3/10 C. What are the given facts? A. 3 3/10 B. What operation will solve the problem? A. addition D. Mrs. remaining piece of cloth used for the clinic 57. What is the word clue? A. 3 4/10 For questions 56-61 refer to the problem below. 1 ¼ C. remaining C. 10 1/4m. 6 1/3 58. multiplication B. Lopez bought 10 ½ meters of cloth. What is asked? A. 2 3/10 D. meters of curtain C. She sewed 5 ¾ meters for the classroom curtain and the remaining piece for the school clinic.

Evelyn asked for ¾ meter for her project in Science. 2 ¼ liter .5 3/4 62. N= 10 1/2+ (5 3/4 x 5 3/4) 61. 2 ½ liter B. How many kilograms of meat were not cooked? A. 6 5/4 B. 4 3/4 D. What is the number sentence? A. 11 ½ 63. 2 1/5 kg C. 1 1/6 kg D. 8 3/5 64. 7 ¾ meters C. How many meters of cloth were left? A. 5 2/4 C. N= 10 ½+ 5 3/4 C. A piece of ribbon 8 4/5 meters long. N= 10 ½ . 11 2/3 B. How much vinegar was left in the big bottle? A. 8 meters D. Elmie had 8 ¼ meters of white cloth. 2 1/12 liter C. 11 3/2 C. 7 ½ meters B. Ruben cut 3 5/6 meters of ribbon from 15 ½ meters of ribbon. How long is the remaining ribbon? A. 10 2/3 D. She cooked 1 ½ kg on Sunday and 2 1/3 kg on Sunday. 8 4/5 B. 2 2/12 liter D. 1 1/7 kg 66. A big bottle contained 4 2/3 liters of vinegar. 7 4/5 D. Mother bought 5 kg of meat. 7 ¼ meters 65. 2 3/4 B. N=10 ½ x 5 3/4 D. What is the correct answer? A. 2 1/6 kg B. 8 2/5 C. Cely poured 1 1/3 liters of vinegar into one bottle and 1 ¼ liters into another bottle.60. What is the measurement of the ribbon if 2/5 meters is cut-off from it? A.

1/3 x ¼ = 1/12 69. B. ¼ x ¾ = ¼ C. none D. 1/4 x ¾ = 1/5 A. . C. How much of the pizza was left? A. 1/3 x ¾ = ¼ D. B.67. Father brought home a pizza. Kate ate 1/3 of it and Claire ate 4/6. What is the mathematical equation of the illustration below? A. C. D. 1/100 68. Complete the illustration below. 1/10 B.

35/144 C. A. 5/9 + ¾ + 2/7 C. 16 3/3 72. 3 ¾ C. 16 4/3 71. 35/444 B. 16 2/3 C. 4 3/7 B. 5/9 of ¾ of 2/7 translated into equation is equal to? A. 36/261 D. A. 5/9 x ¾ x 2/7 73.2/7 D. What is the product 6 x 5/8? A. A. 1/14 C. 4 7/8 B. 16 1/3 D. 4 3/9 C. 35/142 D. what is the value of N? A. 5/9 ² ¾ . 3 5/6 B. ½ B. 11/87 76. 12/87 C. 2/12 75. 5/9 + ¾ -2/7 74. Multiply 7/8 x 5=__________. Solve for N= 5/6 x 20. 7/8 of ½ of 5/9 =_____. 1/12 D. 36/267 . A. 4 3/8 D.70. Give the product of 2/9 x 18/24 in simplest form. 3 6/8 B. 35/140 B. In the equation 2/3x1/2x1/4 =N. 3 5/8 D.

and 4/6 C. He sold 4/5 of them to the neighbors and brought the rest to the market. 36 30/35 C. amount of money earned D. 20 8/15 79.77. the answer would be ________. 45 kg and 5/4 B. 50 kg. What are the given facts? A. A. MangCelso caught 50 kilograms of fish. kilograms of fish sold in the market B. 36 32/36 B. 36 32/35 D. 50 kg and 4/5 D. 36 31/32 B. 7 ¼ 78. Solve: 6 4/5 x 5 3/7. 23 8/15 For questions 80-85 refer to the problem below. 9 1/5 D. If you multiply 12 and 6/10. 22 8/15 C. fraction of fish 81. How many kilograms of fish were sold in the market? 80. 8 1/5 C. What is asked? A. A. 21 8/15 D. 7 1/5 B. kilograms of fish caught C. 5 kg and 4/5 . What is the product of 5 2/3 and 3 4/5 in lowest terms? A.

rest C. market 83. 10 kg D. N=50 ²(50kg x 45) C. 7 1/3 B. What part of the house has she finished cleaning? A. 12 kg C. Nelia sold 5 ½ sacks of calamansi. 7 ¼ C. 7 ½ 87.82. How far can it go in 3 1/3 hours? A. division C. 5/1 . A car travels at a speed of 2 ¼ kph. What is the number sentence? A.0 kg B. kilograms B. N= 50kg ²(50 kg x 4/5) B. sold D. What is the word clue? A. multiplication and subtraction 86. She finished ½ of it. What operation will solve the problem? A. How many kilograms of calamansi did she sell if a sack weighed 4 ½ kilograms assuming that sacks have the same weight? A. 5/12 B. What is the correct answer? A. 7 3/6 D. 1. 23 B. 24 4/5 88. N=45 kg x 4/5 D. multiplication 84. 24 C. N=40 kg x 4/5 85. Lina has 5/6 of the house to clean. addition D. 6/12 D. 100 kg B. 24 ¾ D. 5/2 C.

Lucy·s mother worked in her boutique for 2 ½ hours each day for 2 weeks. Remy had ¾ meter long lace. She gave 1/3 of it to her classmate to decorate her Science project. How many hours did she work in all? A. ½ END OF TEST .89. 35 B. 30 D. 45 C. 1/5 D. 31 90. 1/3 B. What part of the lace was shared to her classmate? A. ¼ C.

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