# Numerical Expressions with Parentheses (Grade 5)

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## Numerical Expressions with Parentheses

1.

The Amphitheatre has 20 rows of seats with 18 seats in each row. Tickets cost $5. The theater's income in dollars if all seats are sold is [math](20 xx 18) xx 5[/math], which totals $1,800.

- True
- False

2.

Sonya buys 6 DVDs. Each DVD costs $12. Sonya receives a $4 discount on each DVD.

The following expression matches the above scenario:

[math](6 xx 12) - 4[/math]

The following expression matches the above scenario:

[math](6 xx 12) - 4[/math]

- True
- False

3.

Given the following expression: [math]8 - (7 xx 1)[/math], the answer is 1.

- True
- False

4.

Herman poured cupcake batter into 3 cupcake tins. Each tin holds 8 cupcakes. He kept 6 cupcakes and gave the rest to his friends. Which expression could be used to find the total number of cupcakes Herman gave to his friends?

- [math](3 xx 8) + 6[/math]
- [math](3 + 8)- 6[/math]
- [math](3 xx 8) - 6[/math]
- [math]3 xx (8 - 6)[/math]

5.

John displays his awards on 3 shelves in his room. He has 5 awards on each shelf and 2 on a fourth shelf. Which expression could John use to find the total number of awards displayed?

- [math](5 xx 3) - 2[/math]
- [math]5 xx (3 + 2)[/math]
- [math]5 + (3 xx 2)[/math]
- [math](5 xx 3) + 2[/math]

6.

Tom won 50 pencils in a contest. He gave away 30 pencils and then gave 5 more to his friend Ben. Which expression can Tom use to find how many pencils he has left?

- [math]50 - (30 + 5)[/math]
- [math]50 + (30 - 5)[/math]
- [math](50 + 30) + 5[/math]
- [math](50 - 30) - 5[/math]

7.

Michelle baked 120 cookies to give to 5 friends. She wants to put the same number of cookies in each bag. Which of the following can she use to find how many cookies to put in each bag?

- [math](5 xx 20) + (5 xx 4)[/math]
- [math](5 xx 10) + (5 xx 8)[/math]
- [math](5 xx 60) + (5 xx 2)[/math]
- [math](5 xx 15) + (5 xx 5)[/math]

8.

Jonathon has 96 books to arrange on 6 shelves of a bookcase. He wants each shelf to have the same number of books. Which of the following CANNOT be used to find how many books Jonathon can put on each shelf?

- [math](6 xx 10) + (6 xx 6)[/math]
- [math](6 xx 8) + (6 xx 8)[/math]
- [math](6 xx 4) + (6 xx 4)[/math]
- [math](6 xx 15) + (6 xx 1)[/math]

9.

Felicia baked 24 doughnuts. Her sister Katherine ate 3 doughnuts, and her brother Fred ate 2 doughnuts. Which expression can be used to find out how many doughnuts are left?

- [math]24 + (3 -2)[/math]
- [math]24- (3 + 2)[/math]
- [math](24 - 3) + 2[/math]
- [math](24 - 3) - 2[/math]

10.

Jessie baked 24 cupcakes. Her sister Mia ate 3 cupcakes, and her brother David ate 2 cupcakes. Which expression can Jessie use to find how many cupcakes are left?

- [math]24 + (3 - 2)[/math]
- [math]24 - (3 + 2)[/math]
- [math](24 - 3) + 2[/math]
- [math](24 - 3) - 2[/math]

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