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GRADE 5 ANYTIME PROBLEMS
U1L1
Jack has homework in math, language arts, and Spanish. In how many different orders can he complete his assignments?
U1L2
A florist divided 147 roses into bunches of 6. She had some roses left over, so she combined them with carnations to get a total of 6 flowers. How many carnations did she use?
U1L3
Walter saw a display of towers made from boxes. The first tower used 1 box, the second tower used 8 boxes, the third used 27 boxes, the fourth used 64 boxes, and so on. If this pattern continued, how many boxes were in the one hundredth tower?
U1L4
Asha, Barry, and Calli have change tin thier pockets. Asha has three times as much money as Barry and twice as much money as Calli. Together, they have .55. How much money does Barry have?
U1L5
Valerie made 1 lb of pizza dough. She cut the whole into 12 pieces and then placed it into packages. She sold one package and had 5/6 of the whole left. She sold another package and had 2/3 of the whole left. How much does the dough in each package weigh? How many packages were made? Explain.
U1L6
Cassie used a piece of wire to make a rectangle with side lengths 8 inches and 4 inches. Then she reshaped the wire to form a square. What was the area of the square?
U1L7
A pet store sells only cats and birds. They have twice as many birds as cats. Altogether the animals in the store have 40 legs. How many of each type of animal does the store have?
U1L8
Alfie had twice as many markers as Bart. Then Bart lost 5 markers. Now Alfie has three times as many markers as Bart. How many markers does each boy have now?
U1L9
On Saturday, Shante met a friend for lunch. She spent $2 to take a bus downtown. She spent half of the money she had left on lunch. Then she ran into another friend who returned $4 he owed her. She spent $2 on the bus ride home. When she arrived home, she had $8. How much did she have when she left the house.
U1L10
Rodney cut a long piece of wood into fourths. Then he cut each fourth in half. He gave away 6 of the pieces. The length of the two remaining pieces is 8 inches in all. How long was the original board?
U1L11
Write two fractions, using each of the numbers 2,3,4, and 7 only once. The sum of these fractions should simplify to 1 1/28.
U1L12
In how many different ways can you make a rectangle with 24 square tiles? Give the dimensions of each possible rectangle. Which has the greatest perimeter? Which has the least perimeter?
U1L13
One-half of the marbles in a box are blue, one-third are green, and the remaining 10 marbles are red. How many marbles are in the box?
U2L1
Each rectangular photograph in a series has different dimensions that follow a pattern. The 1st photo has a length that is half its width and an area of 8 sq in. The 2nd is a square with am area of 16 sq in. The 3rd has a width that is 2 inches less than the length and an area of 24 sq in. What are the dimensions and area of the fifth photo? Explain your answer.
U2L2
Ty needs $115 for a trip. He has $25 saved. To earn the rest, Ty works 3 hours per day 3 days per week. He received a $2 an hour raise and now earns $8 an hour. For taxes, $5 per day is subtracted from his earnings. If Ty works for one week, how many more days must he work to earn the money?
U2L3
Tyra and Kyle bought packages of paper plates. Each package had the same number of plates. Tyra bought a total of 32 plates and Kyle bought a total of 56 plates. How many paper plates could have been in each package? Explain how you found your answer.
U2L4
A rectangle has a perimeter of 10 cm and an area of 6 sq cm. If the length and width triple in length, will the perimeter also triple? Use the rectangles dimensions to show your answer is correct.
U2L5
The teacher had two pieces of fabric with equal lengths. She cut one into 10 equal pieces and the other into 100 equal pieces. Carla used 7 out of the 10 pieces. Each piece is 10 in. long. Rodrigo used 74 out of 100 pieces. Each piece is 1 in. long. Who had fewer inches of fabric remaining? Express this amount as a fraction and a decimal of the whole piece.
U2L6
Adam wanted to place a fence around his garden that measures 7.3 yd long and 2.5 yd wide. He found the perimeter to be 1.96 yd. He knows this amount must be incorrect. What happened? Give the correct perimeter.
U2L7
Each student needs 5 inches of string. Paul and Mari did not have any. The teacher gave Paul 1/4 of the string from the school supply closet. Then Paul gave 1/2 of this to Mari. Mari had just enough string. How much string is left in the school supply closet?
U2L8
Linh has red, white, and black shirts. She has khaki, black, and white pants. She does not wear the same color shirt and pants together, and does not wear white with black. Can she make 8 outfits? If not, what can she do so she will be able to?
U2L9
Tara earned twice as many point as Jermone. Jeromess points are exactly three times more than Wylies points. Altogether they have 40 points. How many points does each person have?
U2L10
The sum of three different unit fractions is 1. Name the fractions.
U3L1
Ben, Jen, and Len have made 17 sand castles. Ben and Jen made 8 castles. Ben and Len made 11 castles. How many castles did each make?
U3L2
Beth started to add the first 30 odd numbers and noticed a pattern that helped her find the sum quickly. What is the sum of the first 30 odd numbers?
U3L3
Find the number that is 0.001 greater than each of the numbers below. Then find the number that is 0.001 less than each number.
U3L4
Of 14 students waiting for the bus, 7 are wearing jackets, 6 are wearing gloves, and 3 are wearing both jackets and gloves. How many students are not wearing either jackets or gloves?
U3L5
Jamal and Kim bought supplies for the science club. They spent half of the supply fund on microscope sliders. Then they spent half of the remaining amount on staining solution. After this, $6.75 was left. How much was in the fund before they shopped?
U3L6
Zoey is a dog walker. She walks Maddie every 3 days. Daisy every 4 days, and Bosco every 6 days. She walked all three dogs today. In how many days will she walk all three dogs again?
U3L7
Paco wanted to make a frame for a rectangular plaque that measures 7 inches by 10 inches. He bought 34 one-inch cubes to glue around the outside edge of the plaque. He had not glued all the way around the plaque when he had used all his cubes. What went wrong?
U3L8
Paul has written notes to three friends, Al, Bud, and Chuck. He puts the notes into the addressed envelopes, but realizes he wasnt paying attention to matching notes with envelopes. In how many ways could none of the notes be in the right envelope?
U3L9
Mr. Goldstein is 4 times as old as his daughter Anna. In 4 years, he will be 3 times as old as Anna. How old is Anna now?
U3L10
Gina has 24 feet of fencing to fence four sides of a rectangular herb garden. If she makes all sides at least 3 feet long and all lengths whole numbers, what garden sizes can she make?
U3L11
Place plus signs(+) between the digits of 9876543 so the resulting sum is 150.
U3L12
The sum of three whole numbers in a row is 57. What are the three numbers?
U3L13
Mia has won 5 of 6 games of checkers with her mother. After 30 more games, Mia had won twice as many games as she had lost. How many more games did she win?
U3L14
The amount of flour that is needed to make two servings of a recipe is 1/4 cup. How many servings can be made from 1 1/2 cups of flour?
U4L1
Abby, Bill, Carl, and Devon are standing in line at the water fountain. Abby is right behind Carl, but not last. Bill is right in front of Devon. In what order, from first to last, are they standing in the line?
U4L2
Name four consecutive even numbers that have a sum of 100.
U4L3
Tina painted a wall in her bedroom. It was 10 feet high and 13 feet long. She said she painted more than 100 square feet. Ben said she painted less than 100 square feet. Who is right?
U4L4
Zack arranged his model cars according to a pattern. He put 15 cars in the first row, 16 in the second, and 17 in the third. How many cars are in the first 6 rows if the pattern continues?
U4L5
Pierre has a book with 500 pages. It is opened to two consecutive pages with page numbers that have a sum of 709. What are the two page numbers? Explain how you found your answer.
U4L6
Cory and Sam agreed to equally share expenses on a trip. Sam paid $124.70 for their 8 meals. Cory paid for 32 gallons of gas that cost $3.24 per gallon. What was each boys share of these expenses?
U4L7
Cartons of beads sell for $16.00 each. Bill predicts that the price will increases by 75 cents each year for the next decade. If his prediction is true, in how many years will the price be more than $20?
U4L8
Layla wants to buy grapes at $0.74 a pound. The scale says she has 0.5 pound of grapes. How much will she pay?
U4L9
At 7:34, as shown on a digital clock, the sum of the minute digits (3 and 4) equals the hour digit (7). How many times will the sum of the minute digits equal the hour digit when the hour digit is 9? When the hour is 11? When the hour digit is 1?
U4L10
Heather plans to mow lawns to earn extra money. She will charge $25.00 for each lawn she mows. She estimates she will be able to save all the money except for $3.00 per lawn. How many lawns will she need to mow in order to save $200?
U4L11
Derrick drove 15 miles at an average rate of 30 miles per hour. Beth drove 40 miles at an average rate of 50 miles per hour. Which person drove for a longer time?
U4L12
At a school supply store, the cost of two pencils is $0.25. If the storeowner pays $0.06 for each pencil, how much profit is earned if a shopper spends $3 for pencils?
U5L1
The number of marbles Marci has is 2/3 the number Tanya has. Together they have 40 marbles. How many marbles does Tanya have?
U5L2
Students are putting 3 muffins and 2 scones into each bag for a bake sale. They begin with 375 muffins and 240 scones. How many full bags can they make? How many muffins or scones will be left over?
U5L3
A rectangular garden has dimensions that are each a whole number of feet. The perimeter of the garden is 22 feet, and its length is 3 feet greater than its width. What is its area?
U5L4
Lee told Jorge he was thinking of a four-digit number that has a 3 in the thousands place. He said there are no ones and the number is divisible by 4. The digit in the tens place is twice the digit in the thousands place. What number might Lee be thinking of?
U5L5
James is building a fence around a 9 foot by 12 foot garden. He starts in one corner and puts a stake every 3 feet. How many stakes will he need?
U5L6
To ride his bike to school, Emilio rides 2 blocks west, 5 blocks north, and then 3 blocks west. To get home, he rides 5 blocks south, and then he rides east. How many blocks does he ride east to get back home?
U5L7
Lin wrote a report about her family. She wrote that her great-grandmother was born in November of 1897 and got married at the age of 23 in January of 1920. What is wrong with Lins statement?
U5L8
Mr. Garcias class is going on a field trip. The bus is scheduled to leave school at 8:30 a.m. and return at 4:15 p.m. For how many hours will Mr. Garcias class be away from the school?
U5L9
If you double both the length and the width of a rectangle, how does the area change? Test several examples and then make a conjecture.
U5L10
Tia starts the year with no money and then saves $5 a month. Mark starts the year with $100 and then spends $15 a month. After how many months will Tia and Mark have the same amount of money?
U5L11
A hiking trail is 2.4 miles long. Two hikers walked 2 3/8 miles along the trail. Did they walk the entire trail? Explain your thinking.
U6L1
In a toothpaste survey, 5 of the first 15 people surveyed preferred the same toothpaste. If 30 people will be surveyed altogether, predict the number of people who will prefer a different toothpaste. Give a reason to support your answer.
U6L2
Tyler, Kyra, and Emily finished a race in first, second, and third places. Tyler finished 1 second behind Emily. How many different ways could the three runners have finished the race? Explain how you found your answer.
U6L3
One-half the number of students in the Art Club is equal to three-fourths the number of students in the Math Club. If there are 8 students in the Math Club, how many students are in the Art Club? Explain how you founf your answer.
U6L4
Julissa saw people walking dogs in a park. Altogether, she counted 24 legs and 8 heads. How many people and dogs did Julissa see?
U6L5
Victoria will serve each of 58 guests one mini hamburger. Each hamburger uses 1/8 lb of meat and a roll. Meat costs $4.39 a pound and rolls cost $3.82 for a package of 6. About how much will cost to buy supplies for the guests? Explain your answer.
U6L6
A number is a prime number if it has only itself and 1 as factors. How many numbers greater than 90 and less than 100 are prime numbers? Write the numbers.
U6L7
A science class has 24 students. More than 2/3 but less than 3/4 of the class eared an A on the first quiz of the year. How many students earned and A?
U6L8
A number is a composite number if it has more than two factors. How many numbers greater than 40 and less than 50 are composite numbers? Write the numbers.
U6L9
Shawna sold 18 friendship bracelets for a profit of $45. How much profit was earned for the sale of each bracelet?
U6L10
Decide if each statement is true or false. If a statement is false, give a counterexample.
The sum of three consecutive whole numbers is an even number.
If the product of two factors is divisible by 8, then at least one of the factors must be divisible by 8.
U6L11
In the game of baseball, there are 3 outs per inning. A pitcher who pitches 4 innings and gets two batters out in the fifth inning is reported in newspapers as having pitched 4.2 innings. Is this correct? Explain your reasoning.
U7L1
A bike shop has 35 bicycles and tricycles with a total of 81 wheels. How many bicycles and how many tricycles are in the shop?
U7L2
Mr. Montero wants to withdraw money from the ATM, but he cant remember his 4-digit PIN number. He knows it has the digits 2,6,8,9. He remembers that the first digit is an even number and the last digit is 6. List all the PIN numbers that fit this description.
U7L3
Cassie has $3.63 left after buying 3 books for $5.79 each. How much money did she have before she bought the books?
U7L4
Marshall slices pizza for customers at a restaurant. He slices small pizzas into 4 slices and medium pizzas into 6 slices. Last night he sliced 6 more small pizzas than medium pizzas. How many pizzas of each size did he slice if he made a total of 144 slices?
U7L5
The community gym has 1,560 members. This is 1.5 times as many members as it had last year. How many members were there last year?
U7L6
What number that is less than 125 will all three students say if Alyssa counts aloud by 6s, Kai counts aloud by 8s, and Pedro counts aloud by 10s?
U7L7
Ms. Higgins baked a chicken for dinner. It has been cooling on the countertop for 15 minutes after baking for 1 hour and 50 minutes. Ms. Higgins preheated the oven for 10 minutes before putting the chicken in to bake. If it is 6 p.m. now, at what time did Ms. Higgins turn on the oven?
U8L1
Dani had 3 1/2 lb of flour. She used 1 3/4 lb. How much did she have left?
U8L2
Taylor bought 4.4 liters of paint to paint his room. If each of the 4 walls needs 975 milliliters of paint to cover it, how much paint will he have left?
U8L3
Kyle has to make a paint color using 2 colors and a base. The directions for making 0.75 liters of the paint call for 25 ml of cobalt blue pigment and 33 ml of crimson. The rest of the paint is the base. How much base does he need?
U8L4
Hugo has 12 red and 12 white square tiles. The area of each tile is 1 square inch. He uses the tiles to make a rectangle with a length that is 5 inches greater than the width. Each row in the rectangle has an equal number of red tiles and white tiles. Describe the rectangle. Sketch one possible arrangement of the tiles.
U8L5
Dani had 3 1/2 lb of flour. She used 1 5/7 lb. According to her calculation, she should have 2 3/14 lb left. She actually has 1 11/14 lb left. What mistake did she make?
U8L6
Charlie cut a whole piece of pipe into halves. Then he cut each half into thirds. He used four of these pieces for a project that needed a total of 36 cm of pipe. What was the original length of the pipe?
U8L7
Antwon wanted to pour all of his water samples into a 3 L bottle. He had two samples that were 629 mL, one that was 433 mL, and another that was 1.25 L. Can all the samples fir into the 3 L bottle? If so, how much more can he add, if not, how much extra does he have?
U8L8
Jamal is placing new baseboards in a closet. The length of the closet is 5 ft 8 in. Its width is 4 ft 10 in. Can Jamal estimate the number of feet of baseboard he needs or does he need an exact amount? Explain.
U8L9
Ivetta knitted 4 rows and placed a bead every fifth stitch. Each row had the same number of beads and ended with a bead. She used a pack with 14 beads and had 2 beads left. How many stitches were in each row?
U8L10
Mark has $4 more than Angel. Angel has $3 less than Kim. Kim has three times as much money as Frank has. Frank has $4. How much money does Mark have?
U8L11
Hoon bought two packages of paper. Each package has the same number of sheets. He used 16 sheets of paper from one package, leaving 1/3 of that package. How many sheets of paper did Hoon buy in all?
U8L12
Fabric is on sale for these prices: Orange, $3 per yard; blue, $4 per yard; yellow, $2.50 per yard; and white $1.50 per yard. Irma needs to buy 3 different colors of fabric with a total length of 2 yards. She has a budget of $6. What fabrics could she buy?
U8L13
Vitor has an old roll of fifty 0.34 stamps and two dozen 0.05 stamps. What combination of stamps will enable Vitor to place the exact postage on a large envelop that costs $2.35 to mail?
U8L14
Tell how many different rectangles can be formed with each number of square tiles.
8 tiles
12 tiles
11 tiles
24 tiles
U8L15
Marcel has 2/3 as many video games as Amelia. Together they have 25 video games. How many video games does Amelia have?
U8L16
In Mr. Singhs class, 17 students have a cat or a dog (or both). If 9 students have cats and 11 students have dogs, how many students have both a cat and a dog?
U8L17
Chets farther is 5 times as old as Chet. In 6 years, his father will only be 3 times as old. How old is Chet now?
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