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Preview Questions for Test: 5  NBT Summative Computerized Adaptive Test  1
Assessment Level: Most Challenging
Blooms' Taxonomy
# of questions @ Level I
# of questions @ Level I & II
# of questions @ Level II
Objective
0
5
7
Question
#1 5.NBT.5  6 numbers and operation i n base ten  37 (constructed  level II)
Mrs. Starr bought 2 boxes of crayons at the store to share with her students. Each box contained a total of 35 crayons.
What is the total number of crayons Mrs. Starr bought at the store?
crayons
Mrs. Starr wants to give each of her students an equal number of the crayons she bought. There are 14 students in Mrs. Starr's class.
How many crayons should each student get?
crayons
How many more boxes of crayons does Mrs. Starr need if she wants each of her students to get 10 crayons?
boxes of crayons
show your work here
#2 5.NBT.1  place value  3 (constructed  level II)
Solve:
90,000 ÷ 30 =
#3 5.NBT.3.a  read decimals  14 (constructed  level II)
What is the number that is represented in this expanded form?
3 x 1 + 0 x (1/10) + 3 x (1/100) + 4 x (1/1000)
=
show your work here
#4 5.NBT.3.a  read decimals  15 (constructed  level II)
What is the number that is represented in this expanded form?
0 x 1 + 3 x (1/10) + 7 x (1/100) + 7 x (1/1000)
=
show your work here
#5 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  5 (constructed  level II)
The price of 5Kg of apples is $50.
What is the price of 100 grams of apples?
$
show your work here
#6 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  6 (constructed  level II)
If each gift bag can have 10 toys.
How many gift bags are needed when there are 450 toys?
gift bags
show your work here
#7 NAnot alignedprerequisite place value  14 (constructed  level II)
Solve:
700,000 + 50,000 + 4,000 + 300 + 70 + 1
#8 5.NBT.5  4 multiply multidigit whole numbers  6 (selected  level I & II)
Select the estimate for 5 x $33.21
5 x $33
5 x $32
5 x $34
5 x $30
#9 5.NBT.3  place value blocks  52 (constructed  level I & II)
Answer the following about this number
How many 0.1 does this number have?
How many 0.01 does this number have?
How many 0.001 does this number have?
Then what is the number adding all parts?
show your work here
#10 NAnot alignedprerequisite power of 10  1 (constructed  level I & II)
Solve
0.05 x 1,000 =
#11 5.NBT.5  multiply multidigit whole numbers  2 (constructed  level I & II)
Solve:
31 x 11 =
show your work here
#12 NAnot alignedprerequisite multiply whole numbers  5 (selected  level I & II)
What is the best estimate for
112 x 91
100 x 90
200 x 90
100 x 100
200 x 100
Assessment Level: Average Challenge
Blooms' Taxonomy
# of questions @ Level I
# of questions @ Level I & II
# of questions @ Level II
Objective
1
7
4
Question
#1 5.NBT.5  6 numbers and operation i n base ten  37 (constructed  level II)
Mrs. Starr bought 2 boxes of crayons at the store to share with her students. Each box contained a total of 35 crayons.
What is the total number of crayons Mrs. Starr bought at the store?
crayons
Mrs. Starr wants to give each of her students an equal number of the crayons she bought. There are 14 students in Mrs. Starr's class.
How many crayons should each student get?
crayons
How many more boxes of crayons does Mrs. Starr need if she wants each of her students to get 10 crayons?
boxes of crayons
show your work here
#2 5.NBT.1  place value  3 (constructed  level II)
Solve:
90,000 ÷ 30 =
#3 5.NBT.3.a  read decimals  14 (constructed  level II)
What is the number that is represented in this expanded form?
3 x 1 + 0 x (1/10) + 3 x (1/100) + 4 x (1/1000)
=
show your work here
#4 NAnot alignedprerequisite power of 10  2 (constructed  level I & II)
Solve:
34 x 10,000 =
#5 NAnot alignedprerequisite multiply whole numbers  5 (selected  level I & II)
What is the best estimate for
112 x 91
100 x 90
200 x 90
100 x 100
200 x 100
#6 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  5 (constructed  level II)
The price of 5Kg of apples is $50.
What is the price of 100 grams of apples?
$
show your work here
#7 5.NBT.3  place value blocks  52 (constructed  level I & II)
Answer the following about this number
How many 0.1 does this number have?
How many 0.01 does this number have?
How many 0.001 does this number have?
Then what is the number adding all parts?
show your work here
#8 5.NBT.5  multiply multidigit whole numbers  2 (constructed  level I & II)
Solve:
31 x 11 =
show your work here
#9 5.NBT.7  decimals to hundredths 11 (constructed  level I & II)
The price of 1 pizza is $8.50
What is the price of 5 pizzas?
$
The price of 1 hamburger is $5.75
What is the price of 5 pizzas and 8 hamburgers?
$
show your work here
#10 5.NBT.3  place value blocks  51 (constructed  level I & II)
Answer the following about this number
How many 1 does this number have?
How many 0.1 does this number have?
How many 0.01 does this number have?
Then what is the number adding all parts?
show your work here
#11 5.NBT.5  4 multiply multidigit whole numbers  6 (selected  level I & II)
Select the estimate for 5 x $33.21
5 x $33
5 x $32
5 x $34
5 x $30
#12 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  2 (constructed  level I)
Solve
900 ÷ 20 =
show your work here
Assessment Level: Least Challenging
Blooms' Taxonomy
# of questions @ Level I
# of questions @ Level I & II
# of questions @ Level II
Objective
6
2
4
Question
#1 5.NBT.5  6 numbers and operation i n base ten  37 (constructed  level II)
Mrs. Starr bought 2 boxes of crayons at the store to share with her students. Each box contained a total of 35 crayons.
What is the total number of crayons Mrs. Starr bought at the store?
crayons
Mrs. Starr wants to give each of her students an equal number of the crayons she bought. There are 14 students in Mrs. Starr's class.
How many crayons should each student get?
crayons
How many more boxes of crayons does Mrs. Starr need if she wants each of her students to get 10 crayons?
boxes of crayons
show your work here
#2 5.NBT.1  place value  3 (constructed  level II)
Solve:
90,000 ÷ 30 =
#3 5.NBT.3.a  read decimals  14 (constructed  level II)
What is the number that is represented in this expanded form?
3 x 1 + 0 x (1/10) + 3 x (1/100) + 4 x (1/1000)
=
show your work here
#4 NAnot alignedprerequisite power of 10  2 (constructed  level I & II)
Solve:
34 x 10,000 =
#5 NAnot alignedprerequisite multiply whole numbers  5 (selected  level I & II)
What is the best estimate for
112 x 91
100 x 90
200 x 90
100 x 100
200 x 100
#6 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  5 (constructed  level II)
The price of 5Kg of apples is $50.
What is the price of 100 grams of apples?
$
show your work here
#7 5.NBT.3.b  compare decimals  1 (selected  level I)
Which decimal number is the same as
45.010
?
45,010
45,01
45.01
45.0
45
#8 5.NBT.3.b  compare decimals  5 (selected  level I)
Select the correct order from least to greatest from the following Number sequences
56.3 , 65.2 , 6.73 , 5.23
5.26 , 6.73 , 56.2 , 65.2
5.26 , 6.73 , 65.2 , 56.2
65.2 , 6.73 , 56.2 , 5.23
#9 5.NBT.4  round decimals  6 (selected  level I)
Rounding to the ones place, which choice shows the best estimate for:
40.25  19.62
40  20 = 20
41  20 = 21
41  19 = 22
40  19 = 21
#10 5.NBT.6  divide multidigit whole numbers  2 (constructed  level I)
Solve
900 ÷ 20 =
show your work here
#11 5.NBT.3.b  compare decimals  4 (selected  level I)
Select
>
,
<
or
=
to make this statement true
5.428
choose..
>
=
<
5.333
#12 NAnot alignedrelated place value  18 (selected  level I)
What is the place value for the highlighted digit in 7
5
5,863?
hundreds place
thousands place
ten thousands place
hundred thousands place
millions place
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