# 4th Grade GMAS Review Questions: Extended Constructed Response

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4th Grade GMAS Review Questions: Extended Constructed Response
These questions were pulled from numerous state websites and coach book type materials.

Use the information provided to answer Part A and Part B.

The table shows the number of computers sold at a store in three different months. Part A: What is the total number of computers sold at the store in the three months? Part B: How many more computers were sold at the store in January than in both February and March combined? OA

OA and NBT

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NF

NF

NF

NF

NF

OA

Part B: How many points did the rest of the team score?
In the last basketball game, the Panthers scored 63 points. This was seven times the number of points that Reilly scored. Part A: Write and solve an equation to find the number of points Reilly scored. Part B: How many points did the rest of the team score? OA

NF

NF

OA and NBT

OA and NBT

G

Congaree, South Carolina 26,546 Pinnacles, California 26,606
This table shows the acres of land that some national parks cover. Part A: Write the acre numbers in order from least to greatest. Part B: Ellen rounded the numbers and found that all three parks have about the same amount of land. Jack rounded the numbers and found that only two of the three parks have about the same amount of land. Can Ellen and Jack both be correct? Explain how you know. Part C: Another national park covers 29,100 acres when rounded to the nearest hundred. What could be the greatest actual number of acres in the park? Explain how you know. National Park Acres of Land Wind Cave, South Dakota 28,295 Congaree, South Carolina 26,546 Pinnacles, California 26,606 NBT

MD

June made 18 liters of fruit punch for a birthday party
June made 18 liters of fruit punch for a birthday party. One third of the punch was orange juice, 4 liters of the punch was pineapple juice, and the rest was club soda. Part A: how many liters of club soda did June use? Part B: June served 4/9 of the fruit punch. How many liters does she have left? MD and NF

Part A: What fraction of the scarf will be blue
Part A: What fraction of the scarf will be blue? Part B: How much more of the scarf is red than white? Part C: How much more of the scarf is red and green than white and blue? NF

NF

OA and NBT

NF

NBT and OA

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OA and NBT

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NF

MD

OA