# 5th Grade Math Worksheets

The secret to becoming a math nerd lies in the practice offered by our printable 5th grade math worksheets featuring exercises like using the order of operations involving parentheses, brackets, and braces to solve expressions, generate two-rule patterns, perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers, and with decimals to hundredths, and fractions. Convert between different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system, make a line plot to display a data set, measure volume by counting unit cubes, graph points on the coordinate plane and much more. Give our free math worksheets for grade 5 a try and kick-start your practice!

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Explore 260+ Fifth Grade Volume and Surface Area Worksheets

Volume of Rectangular Prisms by Counting Unit Cubes

Count the unit cubes along the length, width, and height of the rectangular prisms, and multiply them to calculate their volume.

Surface Area by Counting Squares | Isometric Dot Paper

Find the surface area of the rectangular prisms depicted on a dotted grid by counting the unit squares in each face and adding them.

Plug the side length(a) of the cube rendered in integers in the formula V = a^{3} and calculate the volume.

Side length of a Cube using the Surface Area

Take the square root of the given surface area and divide it by 6 to obtain the length of the edges of a cube.

Surface Area using Nets | Counting Squares

Determine the surface area of cubes and prisms unfolded as a net by counting the squares on each face and add them up.

Assign the dimensions offered as integers ≤ 20 in the formula V = length x width x height and work out the volume.

Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms | Side Lengths

Apply the length(l), width(w), and height(h) of the rectangular prisms in the formula SA = 2(lw + wh + hl) and compute the surface area.

Decompose the L-blocks into two rectangular prisms; find the area of the L-face using their lengths and widths; multiply by the depth.

Surface Area of Non-Overlapping Rectangular Prisms

Break down the solids into two rectangular prisms, sum up their surface areas, and subtract the area of the overlapping rectangles.

Missing Measure of Rectangular Prisms using the Volume

Rearrange the formula for the volume of rectangular prisms to make the unknown the subject, substitute the values, and solve for x.