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```					4th Grade Review Test
WHAT IS THE STANDARD FORM FOR
TWO THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED FIVE?

1.        26,005
2.        260,005
3.        2,605
4.        265

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YOU TAKE \$20.00 TO THE STORE AND SPEND \$6.78.
HOW MUCH CHANGE DO YOU RECEIVE?

1. \$13.22
2. \$14.18
3. \$12.82

33%            33%             33%

0%

1     2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18    19      20
21    22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30        \$13.22          \$14.18             \$12.82
2.010 + .025 =

1. 2.035
2. .451
3. 1.985

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WHAT IS 18,637 ROUNDED TO THE
NEAREST THOUSAND?

1. 18,600
2. 18,000
3. 19,000

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5.69 + .963 =

1. 1532
2. 15.32
3. 6.653

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FIND THE FRACTIONS WITH COMMON
DENOMINATORS FOR 4/12 AND 3/6.

1. 2/3 AND 1/3
2. 4/12 AND 3/12
3. 4/12 AND 6/12

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SILVERWARE COMES IN SETS OF 8. IF 20 PEOPLE
WILL BE EATING, WHAT NUMBER OF SETS IS
REASONABLE?

1.        2 SETS OF EIGHT
2.        3 SETS OF EIGHT
3.        4 SETS OF EIGHT
4.        20 SETS OF EIGHT
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YOU HAVE \$12.83 IN ONE PIGGY BANK AND \$15.27 IN
ANOTHER. HOW MUCH MONEY IS THERE IN TOTAL?

1. \$27.34
2. \$27.50
3. \$28.10

33%            33%             33%

0%

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21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30        \$27.34          \$27.50             \$28.10
56 x 3 =

1. 204
2. 168
3. 148

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81 ÷ 9 =

1. 8
2. 11
3. 9

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REDUCE TO LOWEST TERMS: 2/23 + 3/4
=

1. 77/92
2. 5/92
3. 5/27

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77

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2 DOLLAR BILLS, 5 QUARTERS, AND 3
NICKELS EQUAL HOW MUCH?

1. \$3.85
2. \$2.95
3. \$3.40

33%               33%                33%

0%

1     2   3    4    5    6    7    8    9    10   11   12      13   14   15      16   17   18    19     20
21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30        \$3.85                  \$2.95             \$3.40
6, 10, 14, 18, ___, 26 THE MISSING
NUMBER FOR THIS PATTERN IS:

1.        20
2.        22
3.        24
4.        25

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SALLY IS COUNTING NICKLES. WHICH
NUMBER FITS THIS PATTERN? 5, 10, 15, __, 25

1.        17
2.        19
3.        20
4.        23

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0%

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ADAM COLLECTED 5,013 CANS AND TURNED IN 999
OF THEM. HOW MANY DID HE HAVE LEFT?

1. 4,014
2. 4,114
3. 3,124

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FRED BOUGHT 5 APPLES, 2 COOKIES, AND 15
PLUMS. HOW MANY ITEMS DID HE BUY ALL
TOGETHER?

1. 8
2. 22
3. 23

33%                33%             33%

0%

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23
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0 + 8 = 8 DEMONSTRATES WHICH
PROPERTY?

1.        IDENTITY PROPERTY
OF ZERO
2.        COMMUTATIVE
PROPERTY
3.        IDENTITY PROPERTY
OF ONE                                                               25% 25% 25% 25%
4.        ASSOCIATIVE
PROPERTY

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6 + 3 = 3 + 6 DEMONSTRATES WHICH
PROPERTY?

1.        IDENTITY PROPERTY
OF ZERO
2.        COMMUTATIVE
PROPERTY
3.        ASSOCIATIVE
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4.        IDENTITY PROPERTY
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TO MEASURE THE LENGTH OF YOUR
FINGER, YOU WOULD USE:

1.        KILOMETERS
2.        METERS
3.        CENTIMETERS
4.        MILLIMETERS
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1 POUND = 16 OUNCES. USING THIS
INFORMATION, WHICH OF THESE IS TRUE?

1. 2 POUNDS = 33
OUNCES
2. 2 POUNDS > 30
OUNCES                                                                        33% 33% 33%
3. 5 POUNDS = 64
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TO MEASURE THE LENGTH OF A CAR,
USE:

1.        KILOMETERS
2.        METERS
3.        CENTIMETERS
4.        MILLIMETERS
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TO MEASURE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN
CITIES, YOU WOULD USE:

1.        KILOMETERS
2.        METERS
3.        CENTIMETERS
4.        MILLIMETERS
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TOM GETS UP AT 7:15 A.M. HE HAS TO LEAVE HOME
45 MINUTES LATER. WHAT TIME IS IT WHEN HE
LEAVES?

1.        7:45 A.M.
2.        8:15 A.M.
3.        8:00 A.M.
4.        8:30 A.M.
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Which would be the best purchase for the
same price?

1.        A 4000 mg box of
cereal
2.        A 450 g box of cereal
3.        A .5 kg box of cereal
4.        They are all the same
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YOU GAVE THE CLERK \$2.00 FOR A TOY THAT COST
\$1.35. HOW MUCH CHANGE DID YOU GET BACK?

1. \$0.55
2. \$0.65
3. \$1.85

33%               33%                33%

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21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30        \$0.55                  \$0.65             \$1.85
YOU HAVE 6 QUARTERS AND 2 NICKELS IN
YOUR POCKET. HOW MUCH DO YOU HAVE?

1. \$1.10
2. \$1.70
3. \$1.60

33%               33%                33%

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21    22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30        \$1.10                  \$1.70             \$1.60
SANDY HAD 98 FLOWERS TO SHARE WITH 13 OTHER
GIRLS. INCLUDING SANDY, EACH GIRL WOULD GET:

1.        3 FLOWERS
2.        7 FLOWERS
3.        10 FLOWERS
4.        9 FLOWERS
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A SQUARE WITH A SIDE MEASURING 7 INCHES HAS A
PERIMETER OF ___. NUMBER SENTENCE IS:

1.        P=4-S
2.        P = 4S
3.        P = 4/S
4.        P = 3S

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EVERY HEXAGON HAS:

1.        5 SIDES, 5 ANGLES
2.        6 SIDES, 6 ANGLES
3.        7 SIDES, 7 ANGLES
4.        8 SIDES, 8 ANGLES

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EVERY TRIANGLE HAS:

1. 1 SIDE, 1 ANGLE
2. 2 SIDES, 2
ANGLES
3. 3 SIDES, 3
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MR COLLINS' MATH QUIZ HAS 10 QUESTIONS WORTH
10 POINTS EACH. WHICH SCORE IS NOT POSSIBLE?

1.        10 CORRECT - 100
POINTS
2.        9 CORRECT - 90
POINTS
3.        8 CORRECT - 85
POINTS                                                                  25% 25% 25% 25%
4.        7 CORRECT - 70
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THE LIKELIHOOD, OR PROBABILITY, OF
A COIN FLIP COMING UP HEADS IS:

SIDES = 1/2
2. DEPENDS ON
NUMBER OF FLIPS
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WHICH NUMBER COMPLETES THIS
PATTERN? 3, 7, 11, __, 19, 23

1.        12
2.        15
3.        17
4.        13

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A TRAIN COMES INTO THE STATION REGULARLY:
1:04, 1:15, 1:26, 1:37. THE NEXT TRAIN WILL ARRIVE:

1.        AT 1:44
2.        AT 1:47
3.        AT 1:48
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MS. NELSON'S CLASS IS ROOM 205, MR. FRANKLIN'S
IS 216. WHICH CLASSROOM IS BETWEEN THEIR
ROOMS?

1.        MRS. BUTLER'S
ROOM 202
2.        COACH SEARS'
ROOM 208
3.        DR. JONES' ROOM
218                                                                        25% 25% 25% 25%
4.        MS. FORDHAM'S
ROOM 225

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PERIMETER OF A RECTANGLE WITH A 3 FOOT
LENGTH AND A 2 FOOT WIDTH IS ___? NUMBER
SENTENCE IS:

1.        P=2+L+W
2.        P = 2(L - W)
3.        P = 2(L + W)
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