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  1. MATH MEAP PRACTICE5thgrade MEAP Test Released Items With Data Correlations (4th grade GLCE’s)

  2. GLCE: N.ME.04.05List the first ten multiples of a given one-digit whole number; determine if a whole number is a multiple of a given one-digit whole number.* • 1. Which list contains the first ten non-negative multiples of 5? • 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 • 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 • 5, 10, 15, 25, 35, 45, 55, 65, 75, 85, 95

  3. GLCE: N.ME.04.05List the first ten multiples of a given one-digit whole number; determine if a whole number is a multiple of a given one-digit whole number.* • 2. Which number is a multiple of 9? • 3 • 19 • 54 • 91

  4. GLCE: N.ME.04.05List the first ten multiples of a given one-digit whole number; determine if a whole number is a multiple of a given one-digit whole number.* • 3. Mark made a list of the first ten whole number multiples of a number. • 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 • What was Mark’s Number? • 0 • 3 • 27 • 30

  5. GLCE: N.MR.04.07 Use factors and multiples to compose and decompose whole numbers.* • 4. Which of these numbers has exactly two factors? • 4 • 12 • 22 • 31

  6. GLCE: N.MR.04.07 Use factors and multiples to compose and decompose whole numbers.* • 5. Which of these numbers is a multiple of 2 and also a multiple 9? • 27 • 29 • 36 • 92

  7. GLCE: N.MR.04.07 Use factors and multiples to compose and decompose whole numbers.* • 6. Taylor says, “I am thinking of a number that is a factor of 50 and a multiple of 5.” Which of these numbers could be Taylor’s number? • 10 • 45 • 55 • 250

  8. GLCE: N.ME.04.09 Multiply two-digit numbers by 2, 3, 4, and 5 using the distributive property, e.g., 21 x 3 = (1 + 20) x 3 = (1 x 3) + (20 x 3) = 3 + 60 = 63. • 7. Which number goes in the box to make the number sentence true? • (3 x 5) + (3 x 20) = 3 x □ • 4 • 15 • 25 • 100

  9. GLCE: N.ME.04.09 Multiply two-digit numbers by 2, 3, 4, and 5 using the distributive property, e.g., 21 x 3 = (1 + 20) x 3 = (1 x 3) + (20 x 3) = 3 + 60 = 63. • 8. Which expression is equal to 4 x 87? • (4 x 8) + (4 x 7) • (4 + 80) x (4 + 7) • (4 x 80) + (4 x 7) • (4 + 80) + (4 + 7)

  10. GLCE: N.ME.04.09 Multiply two-digit numbers by 2, 3, 4, and 5 using the distributive property, e.g., 21 x 3 = (1 + 20) x 3 = (1 x 3) + (20 x 3) = 3 + 60 = 63. • 9. Which correctly completes the number sentence? • 2 x 64 = (2 x 60) + (2 ____ ) • + 2 • x 2 • + 4 • x 4

  11. GLCE: N.FL.04.11 Divide numbers up to four-digits by one-digit numbers and by 10. • 10. At a factory, 8,292 boxes were placed in 4 containers. If the same number of boxes were put in each container, how many boxes were in 1 container? • 273 • 2,020 • 2,073 • 8,288

  12. GLCE: N.FL.04.11 Divide numbers up to four-digits by one-digit numbers and by 10. • 11. Lisa wants to divide 765 pieces of candy evenly among 10 bags. What is 756 divided by 10? • 76 • 76 R 5 • 706 R 5 • 760 R 5

  13. GLCE: N.FL.04.11 Divide numbers up to four-digits by one-digit numbers and by 10. • 12. On a field trip, 144 students rode on a 4 buses. There were an equal number of students on each bus. How many students rode on each bus? • 11 • 36 • 140 • 148

  14. GLCE: N.FL.04.12 Find the value of the unknowns in equations such as a ÷ 10 = 25; 125 ÷ b = 25.* • 13. Which value of w makes the number sentence below true? • w ÷ 7 = 7 • 0 • 1 • 49 • 77

  15. GLCE: N.FL.04.12 Find the value of the unknowns in equations such as a ÷ 10 = 25; 125 ÷ b = 25.* • 14. Which value of r makes the number sentence below true? • 132 ÷ r = 33 • 4 • 11 • 99 • 165

  16. GLCE: N.FL.04.12 Find the value of the unknowns in equations such as a ÷ 10 = 25; 125 ÷ b = 25.* • 15. Which value of m makes the number sentence below true? • 456 ÷ m = 57 • 7 • 8 • 399 • 513

  17. GLCE: N.MR.04.19 Write tenths and hundredths in decimal and fraction forms, and know the decimal equivalents for halves and fourths. • 16. Which number equals ? • 0.0036 • 0.10036 • 0.36 • 0.361

  18. GLCE: N.MR.04.19 Write tenths and hundredths in decimal and fraction forms, and know the decimal equivalents for halves and fourths. • 17. Which decimal below is equal to six tenths? • 61.0 • 6.1 • 0.6 • 0.06

  19. GLCE: N.MR.04.19 Write tenths and hundredths in decimal and fraction forms, and know the decimal equivalents for halves and fourths. • 18. Which is equivalent to ¾? • 0.75 • 4 - 3 • D. Three and one-fourth

  20. GLCE: N.ME.04.15Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. • 19. Which list is in order from least to greatest? • 2.1, 2.3, 2.01, 2.11 • 2.01, 2.1, 2.11, 2.3 • 2.01, 2.11, 2.1, 2.3 • D. 2.1, 2.01, 2.11, 2.3

  21. GLCE: N.ME.04.15 Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. • 20. Which number is equal to four and nine hundredths? • 0.013 • 0.13 • 4.09 • D. 4.9

  22. GLCE: N.ME.04.15 Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. • 21. Kara has 2 one-dollar bills, some dimes, and 3 pennies in her pocket. The total amount of money she has in her pocket is $2.43. How many dimes does Kara have in her pocket? • 4 • 24 • 40 • D. 240

  23. GLCE: N.FL.04.35 Know when approximation is appropriate and use it to check the reasonableness of answers; be familiar with common place-value errors in calculations. • 22. Martin estimates the difference 498 – 304 is about 100. Does Martin’s estimate makes sense? • No, because 400 – 400 = 0. • B. No, because 500 – 300 = 200. • C. Yes, because 500 – 400 = 100. • D. Yes, because 400 – 300 = 100.

  24. GLCE: N.FL.04.35 Know when approximation is appropriate and use it to check the reasonableness of answers; be familiar with common place-value errors in calculations. 23. Manny needed to estimate the sum of the numbers below using mental math. Which method would be most reasonable for him to use? A. Round each number to the nearest hundred. Add the numbers. B. Add all the numbers in the hundreds place. Add all the numbers in the ones place. Then add these two sums. C. Add all the numbers in the hundreds place. Add all the numbers in the ones place. Put a 0 between these two sums. D. Add all the numbers in the hundreds place. Add all the numbers in the ones place. Then subtract the two sums.

  25. GLCE: N.FL.04.35 Know when approximation is appropriate and use it to check the reasonableness of answers; be familiar with common place-value errors in calculations. • 24. A customer returned four shirts to a clothing store. • Shirt Prices • $19.10 • $21.95 • $12.89 • $15.47 • Which method would be best for the cashier to use to determine the amount of money to give back to the customer? • guess and check • work backward • use a calculator • draw a picture

  26. GLCE: M.PS.04.02Give answers to a reasonable degree of precision in the context of a given problem. • 25. Which of the following is closest to the weight of a bicycle? • 2 ounces • 10 pounds • 2 ton • 10 ounces

  27. GLCE: M.PS.04.02Give answers to a reasonable degree of precision in the context of a given problem. 26. Roy is driving a truck carrying sand. He stops in front of a bridge to read this sign. • Roy knows that the empty truck weights 4,000 pounds including the driver. What else does Roy need to know before he decides whether to drive over the bridge? • the weight of the bridge • how many more loads of sand he needs • the weight of the sand in the truck • how many trucks have driven over the bridge

  28. GLCE: M.PS.04.02Give answers to a reasonable degree of precision in the context of a given problem. • 27. Delia has some tropical fish in a tank. The water should be kept between 72°F and 80°F. Delia keeps a thermometer in the tank to measure the temperature of the water. Which is the most reasonable description of a desirable water temperature for the fish? • between 15°F and 95°F • between 55°F and 65°F • between 73°F and 79°F • between 86°F and 106°F

  29. GLCE: M.TE.04.06 Know and understand the formulas for perimeter and area of a square and a rectangle; calculate the perimeters and areas of these shapes and combinations of these shapes using the formulas. • 28. Each square in the drawing below is the same size. What is the perimeter of the shape? • 6 units • 9 units • 12 units • 18 units

  30. GLCE: M.TE.04.06 Know and understand the formulas for perimeter and area of a square and a rectangle; calculate the perimeters and areas of these shapes and combinations of these shapes using the formulas. • 29. What is the perimeter of the rectangle below? • 4 m • 5 m • 8 m • 10 m

  31. GLCE: M.TE.04.06 Know and understand the formulas for perimeter and area of a square and a rectangle; calculate the perimeters and areas of these shapes and combinations of these shapes using the formulas. • 30. What is the area of the “C” shape below? • 14 sq units • 18 sq units • 22 sq units • 26 sq units

  32. GLCE: G.GS.04.02 Identify basic geometric shapes including isosceles, equilateral, and right triangles, and use their properties to solve problems. 31. Which appears to be an equilateral triangle?

  33. GLCE: G.GS.04.02 Identify basic geometric shapes including isosceles, equilateral, and right triangles, and use their properties to solve problems. • 32. Tina drew the isosceles triangle below. • What is the perimeter of • this triangle? • 10 inches • 14 inches • 16 inches • 24 inches

  34. GLCE: G.GS.04.02 Identify basic geometric shapes including isosceles, equilateral, and right triangles, and use their properties to solve problems. • 33. Which statement is true about right triangles? • Some right triangles are isosceles. • Some right triangles are equilateral. • Some right triangles have two right angles. • Some right triangles may also have an obtuse angle.

  35. GLCE: G.TR.04.05 Recognize rigid motion transformations (flips, slides, turns) of a two-dimensional object. 34. Which shows the numeral 2 after a slide across the dashed line segment? A B C D

  36. GLCE: G.TR.04.05 Recognize rigid motion transformations (flips, slides, turns) of a two-dimensional object. • 35. Ron turns the arrow 90 degrees clockwise. To which color will the point after the turn? • red • blue • green • yellow

  37. GLCE: G.TR.04.05 Recognize rigid motion transformations (flips, slides, turns) of a two-dimensional object. 36. Mari moved the from Position 1 to Position 2. Which best describes how Mari moved the paper? • flip • turn • slide • cover

  38. GLCE: D.RE.04.02 Order a given set of data, find the median, and specify the range of values. • 37. What is the range for the data given below? • 32, 18, 42, 37, 25 • 42 • 34 • 24 • 18

  39. GLCE: D.RE.04.02 Order a given set of data, find the median, and specify the range of values. • 38. The Byson Middle School girls’ basketball team made the following scores on their last 5 games: 28, 32, 24, 42, and 25. What is the median score for these games? • 24 • 28 • 30 • 41

  40. GLCE: D.RE.04.02 Order a given set of data, find the median, and specify the range of values. • 39.What is the range of the group of numbers below? • 22, 10, 17, 8, 15, 6, 16 • 6 • 8 • 15 • 16

  41. GLCE: N.MR.04.22 Locate fractions with denominators of 12 or less on the number line; include mixed numbers.* 40. Which best represents the value at point R? A. 2/5 B. 2/3 C. 3/2 D. 5/2

  42. GLCE: N.MR.04.22 Locate fractions with denominators of 12 or less on the number line; include mixed numbers.* 41. Which letter appears to be on a value that is greater than 9/4? • P • Q • R • S

  43. GLCE: N.MR.04.22 Locate fractions with denominators of 12 or less on the number line; include mixed numbers.* 42. Which best represents the value at point G? • 2 ½ • 2 ¾ • 12/4 • 11

  44. GLCE: M.UN.04.01 Measure using common tools and select appropriate units of measure. 43. Use the inch ruler to measure the perimeter of this envelope. • Which best represents the perimeter of the envelope? • 8 inches B. 15 inches • C. 16 inches D. 18 inches

  45. GLCE: M.UN.04.01 Measure using common tools and select appropriate units of measure. • 44. Which type of units are used to measure the area of a rug? • cubic units • linear units • square units • it depends on the size of the rug

  46. GLCE: M.UN.04.01 Measure using common tools and select appropriate units of measure. • 45. Marilee wanted to know the width of her bedroom door. Which measuring tool should she use to find the width of the door? • a ruler • a balance • a thermometer • a measuring cup

  47. GLCE: M.UN.04.03 Measure and compare integer temperatures in degrees. • 46. Which lists the temperatures from coldest to warmest? • -2°F, 3°F, 22°F, -33°F • -33°F, 22°F, 3°F, -2°F • -2°F, -33°F, 3°F, 22°F • -33°F, -2°F, 3°F, 22°F

  48. GLCE: M.UN.04.03 Measure and compare integer temperatures in degrees. • 47. Which is the coldest temperature? • 0°C • -12°C • -8°C • 16°C

  49. GLCE: M.UN.04.03 Measure and compare integer temperatures in degrees. • 48. Which is the warmest temperature? • 0°F • -2°F • 5°F • -10°F

  50. GLCE: M.TE.04.07 Find one dimension of a rectangle given the other dimension and its perimeter or area. • 49. The drawing below represents a rectangle with a width of 10 millimeters and a perimeter of 100 millimeters. What is the length of the rectangle? • 10 millimeters • 40 millimeters • 80 millimeters • 90 millimeters