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Common Core
Math
Assessments for
Standards Based
Report Cards
Fraction Sample:
5.NF1

How to use the Assessments:

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Common Core Math Assessment: 5.NF.1

Name:

Score:

⅔ + ¾ =
On a cooking show, the host has
⅓ cup of sugar in bowl #1, ¼ cup
of sugar in bowl #2, and ⅔ cup
of sugar in bowl #3. How much
sugar does the host have altogether?
A family baked 2 pies for dessert.
On Monday, they ate 2/5 of a pie.
On Wednesday, they ate 2/3 more.
How much pie do they have left?
1 ¾ - 1 ½ =
Steven ordered 4 pizzas for his birthday party. ¾ of the pepperoni pizza was
eaten, ⅕ of the anchovy pizza was eaten. ½ of the mushroom pizza was
eaten, and ⅗ of the cheese was eaten. If Steven combines what was eaten
of the pepperoni and the anchovy, what percentage of a whole pizza was eaten?

Common Core Math Assessment: 5.NF.1

Name:

KEY

Score:

⅔ + ¾ =
1 5/12
⅔ & ¾ have a common multiple of 12.
⅔ = 8/12.
¾ = 9/12.
On a cooking show, the host has
⅓ cup of sugar in bowl #1, ¼ cup
of sugar in bowl #2, and ⅔ cup
of sugar in bowl #3. How much
sugar does the host have altogether?
1/3 + ¼ + 2/3 =
Combine 1/3 + 2/3 = 3/3 or 1 whole
8/12 + 9/12 = 17/12
1 + ¼ =
1 ¼
Simplify:
17/12 = 1 5/12
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A family baked 2 pies for dessert.
On Monday, they ate 2/5 of a pie.
On Wednesday, they ate 2/3 more.
How much pie do they have left?
2 – (2/5 + 2/3) =
1 ¾ - 1 ½ =
¼
Subtract the whole numbers first.
Solve (_) first.
2/5 = 6/15
1
– 1
=
0
2/3 = 10/15
6/15 + 10/15 = 16/15 or 1 1/15
2 – 1 1/15 = 14/15 left
3/4 and ½ have the common
multiple of 4. Change ½ to 2/4.
¾ - 2/4 = 1/4
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Steven ordered 4 pizzas for his birthday party. ¾ of the pepperoni pizza was
eaten, ⅕ of the anchovy pizza was eaten. ½ of the mushroom pizza was
eaten, and ⅗ of the cheese was eaten. If Steven combines what was eaten
Of the pepperoni and the anchovy, what percentage of a pizza was eaten?
75% of pepperoni. 25% of anchovy, 50% of mushroom, 60% of cheese
75 % + 20 % = 95%
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