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4 th Grade PASS Review- Math 2013-2014

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What is the word form of 8,350,001? A. eight thousand, three hundred fifty-one B. eight million, three hundred fifty thousand, one C. eight million, three hundred fifty-thousand, one hundred D. eight billion, three hundred fifty-million, one

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B. eight million, three hundred fifty thousand, one

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Which shows the word form for 7,000,000,000? A. seven hundred thousand B. seven thousand C. seven million D. seven billion

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D. seven billion

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The art teacher has 8 packages of poster board. There are 45 pieces of poster board in each package. How many pieces of poster board does the art teacher have? A. 320 B. 340 C. 360 D. 380

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C. 360

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Orlando, Florida is 486 miles from Anderson, SC. If I make 4 one-way trips from Anderson to Orlando, how many miles will I have traveled? A. 1,944 miles B. 1,924 miles C. 1,644 miles D. 1,834 miles

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A. 1,944 miles

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Which has the same value as 5x7? A. 7+7+7+7+7 B. 5+5+5+5+5 C. 5+7 D. 7+7+7+7+7+5

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A. 7+7+7+7+7

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Which number makes the number sentence true? 8 x 7 = x 8 A. 1 B. 7 C. 8 D. 9

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B. 7

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Jen lived in five different houses growing up. Below are the five numbers of the houses where she lived. If the pattern continues, what are the next three numbers of the houses she will live in? 21, 28, 35, 42, 49,,, A. 56, 62, 72 B. 56, 63, 70 C. 55, 63, 70 D. 63, 70, 77

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B. 56, 63, 70

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Which number sentence is in the same fact family as the one below? 27 ÷ 9 = A. 9 x = 27 B. 9 + = 27 C. 27 - = 9 D. 27 + 9 =

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A. 9 x = 27

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The numbers below form a pattern. 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, … What is the rule for this pattern? A. Add 2 B. Subtract 2 C. Multiply by 2 D. Multiply by 4

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C. Multiply by 2

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Lauren wrote the following pattern on the board. What are the next three numbers in the pattern? A. 5, 3, 7 B. 3, 7, 9 C. 7, 5, 3 D. 7, 9, 5 5 3 7 9 5 3 7 9 5 3

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D. 7, 9, 5

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What rule can be used to find the number of wheels on 7 tricycles? Number of Tricycles 3579 Number of Wheels 915?27 A.Add 3 B.Subtract 3 C.Multiply by 3 D.Divide by 3

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C. Multiply by 3

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Mr. Chen buys boxes of crayons for his students. The chart shows the different prices for the boxes of crayons. What is the total price for boxes of crayons? Total Number of BoxesTotal Price 2$8 4$16 8? 10$40 A. $20C. $32 B. $24D. $48

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C. $32

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Emily read a book with 210 pages in 7 days. She read the same number of pages each day. Which number sentence shows how to find the number of pages Emily read each day? A. 210 + 7 = B. 210 – 7 = C. 210 x 7 = D. 210 ÷ 7 =

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D. 210 ÷ 7 =

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What is the number below written in standard form? 900,000 + 10,000 + 4,000 + 700 + 30 A. 9,473 B. 91,473 C. 914,730 D. 9,147,300

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C. 914,730

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What is the value of the 8 in 897,350,251? A. 800,000,000 B.8,000,000 C. 8,000 D. 8

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A. 800,000,000

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Which symbol makes the statement true? 14,789 14,798 A. > B. < C. = D. +

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B. <

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Which list shows the numbers in order from least to greatest? A. 1,1051,1551,2051,502 B. 1,1051,2051,1551,502 C. 2,2052,1552,5022,105 D. 1,5022,2051,1551,105

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A. 1,1051,1551,2051,502

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At the baseball stadium, 10,265 cars can park in the parking lot. At the football stadium, 12,898 cars can park. How many cars can park in all? A. 22,053 B. 22,163 C. 22,153 D. 23,163

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D. 23,163

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Jerry had 1,272 baseball cards. He donated 685 of them to a children’s hospital. How many baseball cards does he have left? A. 587 cards B. 613 cards C. 693 cards D. 1,487 cards

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A. 587 cards

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In one week, 678 cars are washed at City Car Wash. If the same number of cars are washed each week, how many cars are washed in 5 weeks? A. 3,350 B. 3,040 C. 3,390 D. 2,678

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C. 3,390

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A student made 8 round trips traveling to and from college. If each round trip was 214 miles, about how many miles did the student drive in all? A. 200 B. 400 C. 2,000 D. 4,000

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C. 2,000

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The cafeteria sold 45 salads, 28 cheese sandwiches, and 4 times as many ham sandwiches as cheese sandwiches. How many sandwiches were sold? A. 185 B. 140 C. 112 D. 73

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A. 185

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Ms. Jones drinks 10 glasses of water every day. How many glasses of water will she drink in 30 days? A. 10 B. 100 C. 300 D. 30

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C. 300

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Mr. Sun’s students are using part of their field trip fund to see a play. The tickets cost $12 each. If 23 students go, how much will the class spend on tickets? A. $216 B. $ 230 C. $ 253 D. $ 276

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D. $ 276

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Ms. Mitchell uses 186 tubes of paint to make supply packs for her art class. She puts 8 tubes in each pack. How many supply packs will she make, and how many tubes of paint will be left over? A. 20 packs, 6 left over B. 22 packs, 3 left over C. 23 packs, 1 left over D. 23 packs, 2 left over

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D. 23 packs, 2 left over

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Jason counted 284 marbles in a bag. If each bag contains the same number of marbles, how many marbles would be in 6 bags? A. 1,684 B. 1,704 C. 1,884 D. 1,948

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B. 1,704

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Nikki has 96 sequins to sew on a flag. She wants to sew them in 6 rows. How many sequins should she sew in each row? A. 16 B. 20 C. 90 D. 120

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A. 16

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Which shows all the factors of 38? A. 1, 38 B. 1, 2, 38 C. 1, 2, 16, 38 D. 1, 2, 19, 38

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D. 1, 2, 19, 38

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Nehemiah took 10 photos at a party. His mother was in 4/10 of the photos. Which fraction is equivalent to 4/10 ? A. 1/5 B. 2/5 C. 3/5 D. 4/5

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B. 2/5

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Which fraction below is not equivalent to the shaded part of this rectangle? A. 2/3 B. 4/6 C. 8/12 D. 10/20

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D. 10/20

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Which of the following compares the parts of the circles with stars? A. 3/8 > 1/4 B. 3/8 5/8

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A. 3/8 > 1/4

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Ken ate 5/3 containers of yogurt. What is 5/3 expressed as a mixed number? A. 5 1/3 B. 2 3/5 C. 1 2/3 D. 1 1/3

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C. 1 2/3

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Mike needs 1 4/8 cups of flour to make a cake and 1 7/8 cups of flour to make a pie crust. How much flour does Mike need for the cake and pie crust? A. 1 3/8 cups B. 2 cups C. 2 8/10 cups D. 3 3/8 cups

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D. 3 3/8 cups

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_______ weeks = 1 year A. 12 B. 52 C. 60 C. 365

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B. 52

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Vincent turned 9 years old today. What is his age in months? A. 27 months B. 108 months C. 118 months D. 468 months

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B. 108 months

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In 2007, Oklahoma celebrated its 100 th birthday. How many months are in 100 years? A. 600 months B. 1,200 months C. 1,800 months D. 2,400 months

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B. 1,200 months

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Lara’s bed is 5 feet long. How many inches long is the bed? A. 1 yard B. 48 inches C. 60 inches D. 72 inches

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C. 60 inches

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A movie starts at 12:55 P.M. and ends at 2:42 P.M. How long does the movie last? A. 1 hour 47 minutes B. 2 hours C. 2 hours 47 minutes D. 2 hours 42 minutes

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A. 1 hour 47 minutes

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It takes Bill 3 hours and 24 minutes to drive to his brother’s house. If he leaves at 6:40 P.M., what time will it be when he arrives? A. 3:16 P.M. B. 9:40 P.M. C. 9:54 P.M. D. 10:04 P.M.

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D. 10:04 P.M.

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Ronda took a nap that began at 3:15 P.M. Her alarm woke her at 4:45 P.M. How many minutes did she nap? A. 90 minutes B. 85 minutes C. 75 minutes D. 60 minutes

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A. 90 minutes

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Which best describes the measure of angle ABC? A. less than 45° B. between 45° and 90° C. between 90° and 180° D. more than 180° C B A

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B. between 45° and 90°

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Which is the best estimate for the measure of angle JKL? A. 40° B. 85° C. 135° D. 185° JK L

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C. 135°

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A packet of spices contains 0.52 ounces of garlic powder, 0.36 ounces of salt, and 0.6 ounces of red pepper flakes, and 0.25 ounces of oregano. Which spice does the packet have the most of? A. garlic powder B. salt C. red pepper flakes D. oregano

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C. red pepper flakes

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Kevin measured that it was 45 feet from the door of his classroom to the principal’s office. What is that distance in yards? A. 3 yards B. 15 yards C. 42 yards D. 135 yards

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B. 15 yards

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Kelly’s class collected 3,129 pennies in 7 months. If they collected the same number of pennies each month, how many pennies did they collect in one month? A. 304 R1 B. 407 C. 432 R5 D. 447

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D. 447

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Which of the following has a 2 in the hundredths place? A. 16.29 B. 18.32 C. 22.83 D. 239.2

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B. 18.32

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A family membership at a museum costs $85 per year. What is the total cost of 29 family memberships? A. $885 B. $935 C. $2,325 D. $2,465

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D. $2,465

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Peter wrote the following numbers: 9, 16, 23, 30 If the pattern continues, what three numbers will come next? A. 36, 42, 48 B. 37, 44, 51 C. 37, 42, 49 D. 42, 54, 66

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B. 37, 44, 51

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