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### Are You Smarter than a 4th grade Mathematician?

Jody Sommerfeldt ITRT SPS

Sol Released Items Only

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following shows a reflection (flip) of the shaded shape across the heavy dotted line?

Math RI 2007 – Q21

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following shows a reflection (flip) of the shaded shape across the heavy dotted line?

Math RI 2007 – Q21

Measurement and Geometry Review

In the figure, point O is the center of the circle.

Which two points appear to make a diameter when connected with a straight

line?

F M and S

G T and R

H O and R

J N and S

Math RI 2007 – Q22

Measurement and Geometry Review

In the figure, point O is the center of the circle.

Which two points appear to make a diameter when connected with a straight

line?

F M and S

Math RI 2007 – Q22

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which unit could be used for measuring the amount of liquid needed to fill a small teacup?

A Gram

B Pound

C Meter

D Milliliter

Math RI 2007 – Q23

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which unit could be used for measuring the amount of liquid needed to fill a small teacup?

D Milliliter

Math RI 2007 – Q23

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 6 inches long and 4 inches wide?

F 10 inches

G 20 inches

H 24 inches

J 48 inches

Math RI 2007 – Q24

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 6 inches long and 4 inches wide?

G 20 inches

Math RI 2007 – Q24

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following has exactly 5 vertices?

Math RI 2007 – Q25

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following has exactly 5 vertices?

Math RI 2007 – Q25

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is closest to the measure of the angle?

F 25

G 45

H 80

J 90°

Math RI 2007 – Q26

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is closest to the measure of the angle?

G 45

Math RI 2007 – Q26

Measurement and Geometry Review

A Figure S

B Figure T

C Figure W

D Figure X

Math RI 2007 – Q27

Measurement and Geometry Review

D Figure X

Math RI 2007 – Q27

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which figure has an area of 8 and a perimeter of 12?

Math RI 2007 – Q28

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which figure has an area of 8 and a perimeter of 12?

Math RI 2007 – Q28

Measurement and Geometry Review

The map shows Frank’s flight path from Roanoke to Richmond, and then from Roanoke to Richmond.

Which best describes the angle formed by the two flight paths?

A Acute

B Obtuse

C Right

D Straight

Math RI 2007 – Q29

Measurement and Geometry Review

The map shows Frank’s flight path from Roanoke to Richmond, and then from Roanoke to Richmond.

Which best describes the angle formed by the two flight paths?

A Acute

Math RI 2007 – Q29

Measurement and Geometry Review

Tom left home at 7:15 a.m. to go to work. He returned home at 4:45 p.m.

What is the total amount of time Tom was away from home?

F 3 hours, 30 minutes

G 7 hours, 30 minutes

H 8 hours, 30 minutes

J 9 hours, 30 minutes

Math RI 2007 – Q30

Measurement and Geometry Review

Tom left home at 7:15 a.m. to go to work. He returned home at 4:45 p.m.

What is the total amount of time Tom was away from home?

J 9 hours, 30 minutes

Math RI 2007 – Q30

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which statement is true?

A A cone is a type of cylinder.

B A cube is a type of rectangular prism.

C A square-based pyramid is a type of cube.

D A rectangular prism is a type of cylinder.

Math RI 2007 – Q31

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which statement is true?

B A cube is a type of rectangular prism.

Math RI 2007 – Q31

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following units can be used to record the weight of a bicycle?

F Cups

G Gallons

H Miles

J Pounds

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q26

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the following units can be used to record the weight of a bicycle?

J Pounds

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q26

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is CLOSEST to the temperature shown on the thermometer?

F 80ºF

G 70ºF

H 65ºF

J 60ºF

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q28

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is CLOSEST to the temperature shown on the thermometer?

G 70ºF

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q28

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the correct name for the figure pictured below?

A Cone

B Cylinder

C Prism

D Pyramid

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q29

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the correct name for the figure pictured below?

A Cone

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q29

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is CLOSEST to the length of the scissors?

F 6 paper clips

G 7 paper clips

H 9 paper clips

J 11 paper clips

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q30

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which is CLOSEST to the length of the scissors?

G 7 paper clips

Math RI 2007 – GR3 – Q30

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which unit could be used for

measuring the weight of a rock?

A Square inch

B Mile

C Milliliter

D Kilogram

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q23

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which unit could be used for

measuring the weight of a rock?

D Kilogram

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q23

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the perimeter of the shaded

figure on the grid below?

F 20 units

G 21 units

H 22 units

J 24 units

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q24

Measurement and Geometry Review

What is the perimeter of the shaded

figure on the grid below?

J 24 units

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q24

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the solid shapes listed below

has no vertices?

A Sphere

B Pyramid

C Cube

D Cone

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q31

Measurement and Geometry Review

Which of the solid shapes listed below

has no vertices?

A Sphere

Math RI 2005 – GR5 – Q31