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180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade Answers Key Day 136
Directions: Solve each problem.
Question 1.
Answer:
12
Explanation:
The subtraction of given two numbers is 12
Question 2.
Color the two factors that give the central product.
Answer:
The two factors are 12 and 4.
Explanation:
The two factors that give the central product is 12 and 4 which makes the product as 48.
Question 3.
Answer:
Question 4.
Arrange the numbers in descending order.
3,681; 3,816; 3,618
Answer:
3,816, 3,681, 3,618
Explanation:
The numbers that are arranged in descending order are 3,816, 3,681, 3,618.
Question 5.
Write 0.48 as a percentage.
Answer:
48%
Explanation:
Question 6.
10 × (50 ÷ 2) = __________
Answer:
250
Explanation:
Now let us solve the given expression
50 ÷ 2 = 25
10 × 25
250
Question 7.
15 ÷ = 5
Answer:
3
Explanation:
Let us assume the given box as X.
Therefore 15 ÷ X = 5
\(\frac{15}{X}\) = 5
15 = 5X
X = \(\frac{15}{5}\)
X = 3
Question 8.
Is 7:46 at night the same as 7:46 P.M.?
Answer:
Yes
Explanation:
Yes, 7:46 at night the same as 7:46 P.M.
Question 9.
How many faces does the cone have?
Answer:
2 faces
Explanation:
A cone has 2 faces.
Question 10.
Gary has 23 quarters and 15 dimes in his bank. He saves 4 more quarters each week. He saves 5 more dimes each week. What will the total value of Gary’s bank be after 4 weeks?
Start 
Week 1  Week 2  Week 3 
Week 4 

Quarters  23  27  31  35  39 
Dimes  15  20  25  30  35 
Answer:
The total value of Gary’s bank after 4 weeks is $13.25.
Explanation:
Gary has 23 quarters and 15 dimes in a bank.
Quarters Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
23 27 31 35 39
15 20 25 30 35
The total number of Quarters is 39
1 quarter = 25 cents
132 quarters = 25 × 39
= 975 cents
1 dime = 10 cents
110 dimes = 10 × 35
= 350 cents
the total value of Gary bank is 1325 cents.
Now, convert the cents to dollar
The total value of Gary’s bank after 4 weeks is $13.25.
Question 11.
In a game, the probability that a spinner will land on red is \(\frac{3}{4}\). How many times would you expect a red if you spin the spinner 8 times?
Answer:
6 times.
Explanation:
\(\frac{3}{4}\) × 8
3 × 2
6
Question 12.
If you divide me by 42, the quotient is 56. What number am I?
Answer:
2352
Explanation:
Let us assume the number as X.
X ÷ 42 = 56
\(\frac{X}{42}\) = 56
X = 56 × 42
X = 2352