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STAAR Test - 4th Grade Math (2015)

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 4
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Measures 23 skills from
Grade 4
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
4.2.A: Number and Operations
4.2.B: Number and Operations
4.2.G: Number and Operations
4.3.A: Number and Operations
4.3.B: Number and Operations
4.3.C: Number and Operations
4.3.D: Number and Operations
4.3.E: Number and Operations
4.3.F: Number and Operations
4.4.A: Number and Operations
4.4.H: Number and Operations
4.5.A: Algebraic Reasoning
4.5.B: Algebraic Reasoning
4.5.D: Algebraic Reasoning
4.7.C: - Geometry and Measurement
4.7.D: - Geometry and Measurement
4.7.E: - Geometry and Measurement
4.8.C: - Geometry and Measurement
4.9.A: Data Analysis
4.9.B: Data Analysis
4.10.B: Personal Financial Literacy
4.10.E: Personal Financial Literacy

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23 questions
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  • Q1
    Which figure cannot have parallel line segments?
    Triangle
    Square
    Pentagon
    Trapezoid
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q2
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    4.2.A: Number and Operations
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  • Q3
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    4.2.B: Number and Operations
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  • Q4
    Antwaan decorated $2.5$ cakes with chocolate icing. Which fraction is equivalent to this number?
    $2\tfrac{5}{100}$
    $\frac{25}{10}$
    $2\tfrac{5}{10}$
    $\frac{5}{10}$
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    4.2.G: Number and Operations
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  • Q5
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    4.3.A: Number and Operations
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  • Q6
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    4.3.B: Number and Operations
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  • Q7
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    4.3.C: Number and Operations
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  • Q8
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    4.3.D: Number and Operations
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  • Q9
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    4.3.E: Number and Operations
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  • Q10
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    4.3.F: Number and Operations
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  • Q11
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    4.4.A: Number and Operations
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  • Q12
    Kareem will use beads to make bracelets. He has 475 beads and needs to use 9 beads for each bracelet. What is the greatest number of bracelets Kareem can make with 475 beads?
    53
    52
    49
    45
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    4.4.H: Number and Operations
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  • Q13
    Madeline has 4 rolls of tape. Each roll contains 63 inches of tape. Madeline used 42 inches of tape for a project. Which diagram shows a way to find n, the number of inches of tape that Madeline has left?
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    4.5.A: Algebraic Reasoning
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  • Q14
    The table shows a relationship between the input numbers and the output numbers generated by a number machine. Which number machine shows the same relationship as the one shown in the table?
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    4.5.B: Algebraic Reasoning
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  • Q15
    The model shows a rectangular field with a length of 150 m. The perimeter of the field is 400 m. What is the width of the field in meters?
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    250 m
    50 m
    125 m
    100 m
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    4.5.D: Algebraic Reasoning
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  • Q16
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    4.7.C: - Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q17
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    4.7.D: - Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q18
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    4.7.E: - Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q19
    Vivian had a $5 bill, 3 quarters, 2 dimes, and 5 nickels. She paid for a poster that cost $5.36. How much money does she have left?
    $0.04
    $0.84
    $1.16
    $6.20
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    4.8.C: - Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q20
    The table shows the number of pets that each student in Mrs. Morris’s class owns. Which dot plot represents the data in the table?
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    4.9.A: Data Analysis
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