This quiz illustrates the range of difficulty expected by the following Common Core State (CCS) standards:

Question | Common Core Standard # | CCSS Excerpt |

1 | 5.NF.1 | ...add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators... |

2 | 5.NF.1 | ...add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators... |

3 | 5.NF.2 | ...solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions... |

4 | 5.NF.3 | ...interpret a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator... |

5 | 5.NF.4 | ...multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction... |

6 | 5.NF.4 | ...multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction... |

7 | 5.NF.7c | ...solve real world problems involving division of unit fractions by whole numbers... |

8 | 5.NF.6 | ...solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions... |

9 | 5.NF.6 | ...solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions... |

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Question 3: One fifth of the people living in a town are 6'0" or taller than 6'0", and one sixth of the people living in the same town are 5'0" or shorter than 5'0". What fraction of the people of the town measure between 5'0" and 6'0"?

Question 4: If 12 people want to share 42 pounds of rice equally by weight, each person should get

Question 5: A store has a sale of a fixed number of shirts, during two consecutive days. In the first day, the store sells half of the shirts, and in the second day it sells one third of the remaining shirts. What fraction of the initial number of shirts is left in the store after the two days?

Question 6: (3/4)×(5/9) =

Question 7: How many 1/5-cup servings of peanuts are in 5 cups of peanuts?

Question 8: Square *ABCD* in the figure below has an area of 72 square centimeters and is divided into equal quarters. The upper right quarter is then divided into nine equal squares. Two of the nine squares are then colored in blue. What is the total area of the squares colored in blue?

Question 9: What is the weight of one half of two thirds of a sack of rice? The sack of rice weighs 99 kilograms.

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