4.NBT Practice

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Grade 4

Math

Georgia Standards of Excellence

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MGSE4.NBT.2

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- Q1Write this number in standard form: eight million, one hundred thirty-two thousand, six hundred eighty-five8, 132,6858,321,648813,6858,13230sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q2Write this number in standard form: eighty-three million, twenty-three thousand, seven83,023,0078,000 + 1,000 + 300 + 783,237,0008,230,00730sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q3Write this number in standard form: 50,000 + 6,000 + 100 + 20 + 550,625560,20515,62556,12530sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q4Write this number in standard form: 100,000 + 20,000 + 9,000 + 100+ 10 + 4129,1141,290,1141,290,100129,10430sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q5Compare using <,> or =. 5,990,052 ___________ five million, nine hundred one thousand, four hundred fifty-two>=<45sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q6Write this number in expanded form: 134,001100,000 + 30,000 + 4,000 + 145sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q7Write the number in standard form: One hundred thirteen thousand, six hundred seven.100,000 + 13,000 + 600 + 713,607113,000,607113,60730sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q8Which is not a way to represent 2,786?2 thousands + 7 hundreds + 8 tens + 6 ones278 tens + 6 onesb. 27 hundreds + 86 ones27 hundreds + 80 tens + 6 ones30sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q9Use < or > or = to compare. 143,206 99,999=I don't know<>30sMGSE4.NBT.2
- Q10Use < or > or = to compare. 34,789 34,800I don't know<<=30sMGSE4.NBT.2