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1. Fourth Grade Math Practice Test 1 Jefferson County Schools

2. What is one way to show that the number sentence below is true? • 8(4 + 2)= 48 • 8(4+2)=(8+4)+(8+2) • 8(4 + 2)=(8 + 4)×(8 + 2) • 8(4 + 2) = (8 × 4) + (8 × 2) • 8(4+2)=(8×4)×(8×2)

3. Each of the models below is shaded to represent a decimal number. Which list correctly shows these decimals in order from greatest to least? • 0.14, 0.22, 0.5 • 0.5, 0.14, 0.22 • 0.22, 0.14, 0.5 • 0.5, 0.22, 0.14

4. Roberto bought a can of fruit juice that cost \$1.25. He paid for the drink with \$2.00. Which set of coins shows the exact amount of change Roberto should have received?

5. Use the centimeter side of your ruler to help you solve this problem. What is the perimeter of this bookmark?

6. Adam has an eraser that is 2.54 centimeters long. How is the number 2.54 written in word form? • two and fifty-four hundredths • two and fifty-four hundreds • two and fifty-four tenths • two hundred fifty-four

7. In one season a basketball team had a total of three hundred seventy thousand, nine hundred thirty people attend its games. How is this number written in standard form? • 379,003 • 370,930 • 37,930 • 37,093

8. Which mixed number is best represented by Point X on the number line below?

9. What is the value of the 7 in 32,074? • 7 ones • 7 tens • 7 hundreds • 7 thousands

10. Which number is a common factor of 42 and 70? • 6 • 7 • 10 • 21

11. Each of these figures are shaded to represent a part of a whole. Which correctly compares the shaded parts of each figure?

12. Which figure is shaded to show a fraction equivalent to 2/3?

13. Which number sentence is true?

14. Which number is equivalent to 11/6?

16. Solve: 0.53−0.096= • 0.56 • 0.54 • 0.44 • 0.43

17. Manuel rode his bike a total of 12 miles in two days. On the first day, he rode his bike 7 1/2 miles. How many miles did Manuel ride his bike on the second day?

18. Tyrell ordered 18 boxes of T-shirts for his store. Each box had 24 T-shirts. What was the total number of T-shirts Tyrell ordered? • 108 • 302 • 432 • 756

19. Divide: 780 ÷ 12 • 60 • 62 • 65 • 66

20. There are p players on a school baseball team. The school football team has 5 more players than the baseball team. Which expression can be used to find the number of players on the football team? • p−5 • p+5 • p×5 • p÷5

21. Bethany used tiles to create the pattern shown below. • Bethany continues the pattern in the same way. How many tiles should Bethany use to create Figure 6? • 60 • 62 • 65 • 66

22. The numbers below follow a pattern. 39, 55, 71, 87, 103, . . . • The pattern will continue in the same way. Which 2 numbers should come next? • 119, 136 • 119, 135 • 120, 137 • 127, 151

23. Jennifer uses the same number of beads on each bracelet she makes. The table below shows the total number of beads Jennifer needs to make different numbers of bracelets. Based on this information, how many beads will Jennifer need to make 12 bracelets. • 165 • 180 • 195 • 240

24. Billy sells cases of water at his store. Each case has 30 bottles of water. Which table shows the relationship between the number of cases and the total number of bottles of water?

25. Vincent drew the 4 lines shown below on a piece of paper. Which 2 lines appear to be intersecting, but not perpendicular? • Lines s andt • Lines s and u • Lines r and t • Linesrand s

26. Four points are shown on the coordinate grid below. Which point is located at (3, 7)? • Point P • Point Q • Point R • Point S

27. Nick placed points that represent the vertices of a figure on the coordinate grid below. Which figure can be made by connecting the points alphabetically, starting and ending with Point P? • Pentagon • Hexagon • Octagon • Triangle

28. Four figures are shown below. Which of these figures appears to have all right angles? • Figure 1 • Figure 2 • Figure 3 • Figure 4

29. Two square pyramids were combined to make the new figure below. What is the total number of edges in the new figure? • 12 • 10 • 8 • 6

30. In which situation would measuring length to the nearest foot be most important? • measuring the length of a kitchen wall when buying wallpaper • measuring the length of a crayon when drawing a picture • measuring the length of a trail when hiking on a mountain • measuring the length of a parking lot when going to a store

31. Which measurement is closest to the length of a classroom wall? • 10 meters • 10 kilometers • 10 millimeters • 10 centimeters

32. Helen has a puppy that has a mass of 4 kilograms. What is the mass of Helen’s puppy in grams? • 40,000 grams • 4,000 grams • 400 grams • 40 grams

33. Bonita lifted a box of books that had a total weight of 240 ounces. What was the weight of this box of books in pounds? • 15 pounds • 24 pounds • 2,400 pounds • 3,840 pounds

34. Which rectangle has an area of 24 square units and a perimeter of 22 units?

35. Which pair of musical notes shows only a translation?

36. This graph shows the number of pumpkins Mrs. Jensen sold on each of 5 days on her farm. Which table correctly matches the information in the graph?

37. The table below shows the number of computers sold at a store during three days of a sale. According to the table, which is the best estimate of computers sold at the store during these three days? • 1,200 • 1,300 • 1,400 • 1,500

38. Blake is using the three number cards shown below to make a three-digit number. He will use each number card 1 time. Which list shows all the possible three-digit numbers Blake can make using each card 1 time? • 367 673 736 • 367 376 673 7368 • 367 376 637 636 737 773 • 367 376 637 673 736 763

39. The list below shows the number of hours Leticia read books during each of five weeks. What is the range of this list of numbers? • 14 • 11 • 8 • 7