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# Category: Grade Five Mathematics

## Grade 5 Math Worksheets – Thousands!!

Algebra Addition and subtraction in columns Multiplication Division Factoring Place value & rounding Decimal subtraction Decimal multiplication Decimal division Measuring units Write fractions as mixed numbers or vice versa Simplify & equivalent fractions Fraction addition & subtraction Fraction multiplication Fraction division Fractions to Decimals Coordinate grid Geometry Read more →...

## 5th Grade LESSONS and EXERCISES

Categories / Description MATH LESSONS: 5th Grade Didn’t understand something in school, check out these video explanations. MATH EXERCISES: 5th Grade Put the lessons you learn into practice. Try these animated exercises. LANGUAGE ARTS LESSONS: 5th Grade Need more tutorial in English? Check out these lessons. LANGUAGE ARTS EXERCISES: 5th Grade Put the lessons you…...

## Grade Five Math Interactive Games

Place values and number sense A.1Place values A.2Convert between place values A.3Compare numbers up to billions A.4Word names for numbers A.5Roman numerals A.6Rounding A.7Even and odd arithmetic patterns A.8Understanding integers A.9Compare integers A.10Put integers in order A.11Scientific notation Addition and subtraction B.1Add and subtract whole numbers up to billions B.2Add and subtract whole numbers: word…...

## GSAT Mathematics Review

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## Mathematics Worksheet–Jan 2016

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## Fraction problem generator, thousands of questions

Select your worksheet topic: What is a fraction? (Basic introduction to fractions) Equivalent Fractions & Simplifying Fractions Proper Fractions, Improper Fractions and Mixed Fractions The Highest Common Factor (HCF) and the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) Comparing Common Fractions Adding and Subtracting Fractions Multiplying Fractions Dividing Fractions Finding a fraction of a quantity Read more →...

## Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple

HCF Example Consider the numbers 12 and 15: The factors of 12 are : 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12. The factors of 15 are : 1, 3, 5, 15. 1 and 3 are the only common factors (numbers which are factors of both 12 and 15). Therefore, the highest common factor of 12 and…...

## St. Vincent 2006 – 2011 Mathematics Past Papers

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## Multiplying Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers

Example Completing problems like the one above is pretty straightforward as long as both numbers can be expressed as factors. Read more →...

## Adding Mixed Numbers that have Unlike Denominators

Example Once we have re written the question in this format, it should be a little easier to see and work from this point. All we do at this point is add the respective parts. 19 + 18 is straightforward, but to find 3/18 + 2/3 we must find the common denominator. To do this…...

## Adding Fractions: Common Denominator Part 2

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## Adding Fractions: Common Denominator

Solve: To add these two fractions we need to find a common denominator. IT will be the LCM of 11 and 13. However, 11 and 13 don’t share a common factor so their LCM will be the product of 11 and 13. 11 x 13 = 143 Therefore: For the fraction, 4/11, since we multiplied…...

## Math Quiz

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## Math Worksheet–March 19, 2015

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## Comparing Decimals–Jan. 29, 2013

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## Short Math Quiz-January 23rd 2015

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## Math Quiz–January 15, 2015

Read each question carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. Find the missing multiple: 1. 18, 27, 36, ______, 54 2. ______, 68, 85, 102, 119 3. 24, 28, 32, ______, 40 4. 55, 66, ______, 88, 99 5. 35, 40, 45, 50, ______ 6. 56, 70, ______, 98, 112 Complete the word problems below: 7. Amber…...

## Math Quiz–December 23, 2014

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## Math Worksheet–December 17, 2014

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## Dividing Decimals with Hundredths

Example Divide 30.24 by 0.42 Write the problem in the proper order. Multiply or divide both numbers by the same thing. The value of the fraction and the numbers remains the same. Now we divide as usual. Therefore: The answer is 72. Read more →...

## Statistics Quiz–November 21, 2014

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## More Division of Decimals!!!

Dividing a Decimal by a Whole Number Example Divide 5.005 by 7 Rewrite in the proper form for division. Remember to keep track of the decimal! All you have to do now is treat the problem as you would a regular long division problem. The answer is .715. Dividing a Whole Number by a Decimal…...

## Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Example Find the sum and write the answer as a mixed number. Here we have two fractions but different denominators. The first thing that should be done when working with fractions is to check is there is a common denominator. If there is no common denominator then we need to give them the same denominator.…...

## Mathematics Practice Paper–September 24, 2014

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