Topic Review: Number and Operations (Parts 1 & 2)

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Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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### Measures 21 skills fromGrade 4MathematicsTexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

4.2.B: Number and Operations
4.3.D: Number and Operations
4.2.A: 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.E: Number and Operations
4.3.F: Number and Operations
4.4.A: Number and Operations
4.4.H: Number and Operations
4.4.D: Number and Operations
4.2.D: Number and Operations
4.3.G: Number and Operations
4.4.G: Number and Operations
4.4.F: Number and Operations
4.2.C: Number and Operations
4.4.B: Number and Operations
4.2.F: Number and Operations
4.2.E: Number and Operations
4.2.H: Number and Operations

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52 questions
• Q1
Which statement about the number 726,483.19 is true?
The digit 9 has a value of (9 × 100)
The digit 4 has a value of (4 × 100)
The digit 2 has a value of (2 × 10)
The digit 8 has a value of (8 × 0.1)
60s
4.2.B: Number and Operations
• Q2
Which comparison is true?
2/3<1/2
1/5<2/4
1/3<2/7
1/4<2/10
60s
4.3.D: Number and Operations
• Q3
In the number shown: 7 ⑦,000 Which statement about the circled digit is true?
Its value is 1/70 the value of the first digit.
Its value is 10 times greater than the value of the first digit.
Its value is 1/10 the value of the first digit.
Its value is 70 times the value of the first digit.
60s
4.2.A: Number and Operations
• Q4
Lillian paid sixty-one dollars and thirty-nine cents for groceries. The digit 3 in this number has a value of —
( 3 × 0.1) dollar
(3×10 ) dollars
(3×1 ) dollars
( 3×0.01) dollar
60s
4.2.B: Number and Operations
• Q5
Antwaan decorated 2.5 cakes with chocolate icing. Which fraction is equivalent to this number?
\$2\tfrac{5}{100}\$
25/10
\$2\tfrac{5}{10}\$
5/10
60s
4.2.G: Number and Operations
• Q6
Which expression is equivalent to 6/5?
1/6+1/5
1/5+1/5+1/5+1/5+1/5+1/5
1/5+1/6
1/6+1/6+1/6+1/6+1/6
60s
4.3.A: Number and Operations
• Q7
The two models are shaded to represent the same fraction, 5/7 Which equation shows that the two models represent the same fraction?
1/2+1/3=1/5+1/1
2/7+3/7=5/7+1/7
1/2+1/3=1/4+1/1
2/7+3/7=4/7+1/7
60s
4.3.B: Number and Operations
• Q8
Which statement about the fractions 5/10 and 6/12 is true?
These fractions are equivalent, because their denominators are half their numerators.
These fractions are both greater than 1, because their denominators are greater than their numerators.
These fractions are equivalent, because their denominators are twice their numerators.
These fractions are both equal to 1, because their denominators are greater than their numerators.
60s
4.3.C: Number and Operations
• Q9
Faith has completed 6/18 of her math homework. Olivia has completed 4/9 of her 18 9 math homework. Which of these girls has completed a greater fraction of her math homework?
Olivia, because 4/9<6/18
Faith, because 6/18<4/9
Olivia, because 4/9>6/18
Faith, because 6/18>4/9
60s
4.3.D: Number and Operations
• Q10
Cara and Elena used fabric to make costumes for a talent show. Cara used 4/8 of the fabric for her costume. The girls used 6/8 of the fabric altogether. What fraction of the fabric did Elena use?
10/16
2/8
1/2
10/8
60s
4.3.E: Number and Operations
• Q11
Hailey and Wendy painted an entire wall together. Hailey painted 3/7 of the wall, and Wendy painted the rest. Which statement is true?
Each girl painted less than half the wall.
Hailey painted less than half the wall, and Wendy painted more than half the wall.
Each girl painted more than half the wall.
Hailey painted more than half the wall, and Wendy painted less than half the wall.
60s
4.3.F: Number and Operations
• Q12
The locations and lengths of three of the longest tunnels in the world are listed. • Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland, 57.07 km • Seikan Tunnel in Japan, 53.85 km • Channel Tunnel between England and France, 50.45 km What is the difference between the length of the Channel Tunnel and the length of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in kilometers?
7.62 km
6.62 km
3.22 km
7.42 km
60s
4.4.A: Number and Operations
• Q13
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
60s
4.4.H: Number and Operations
• Q14
Larry has written 6/10 of his book report. Which decimal represents the part of the book report he has written?
0.6
6.01
0.06
6.1
60s
4.2.G: Number and Operations
• Q15
Quinlyn described a number using these clues. • The value of the digit 7 is (7 × 10). • The value of the digit 3 is (3 × 1,000). • The value of the digit 1 is (1 × 100). Which number could fit Quinlyn’s description?
3,175.02
3,651.70
9,372.01
93,075.01
60s
4.2.B: Number and Operations

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