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## 4 th Grade PASS Review- Math

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**4th Grade PASS Review-Math**2013-2014**What is the word form of 8,350,001?A. eight thousand, three**hundred fifty-oneB. eight million, three hundred fifty thousand, oneC. eight million, three hundred fifty-thousand, one hundredD. eight billion, three hundred fifty-million, one**Which shows the word form for 7,000,000,000?A. seven hundred**thousandB. seven thousandC. seven millionD. seven billion**The art teacher has 8 packages of poster board. There are 45**pieces of poster board in each package. How many pieces of poster board does the art teacher have? A. 320B. 340C. 360D. 380**Orlando, Florida is 486 miles from Anderson, SC. If I make 4**one-way trips from Anderson to Orlando, how many miles will I have traveled? A. 1,944 milesB. 1,924 milesC. 1,644 milesD. 1,834 miles**Which has the same value as 5x7?A. 7+7+7+7+7B. 5+5+5+5+5C.**5+7D. 7+7+7+7+7+5**Which number makes the number sentence true? 8 x 7 = x**8A. 1B. 7C. 8D. 9**Jen lived in five different houses growing up. Below are the**five numbers of the houses where she lived. If the pattern continues, what are the next three numbers of the houses she will live in? 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, , , A. 56, 62, 72B. 56, 63, 70C. 55, 63, 70D. 63, 70, 77**Which number sentence is in the same fact family as the one**below? 27 ÷ 9 = A. 9 x = 27B. 9 + = 27C. 27 - = 9D. 27 + 9 =**The numbers below form a pattern. 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, …What**is the rule for this pattern? A. Add 2B. Subtract 2C. Multiply by 2D. Multiply by 4**Lauren wrote the following pattern on the board. What are**the next three numbers in the pattern? A. 5, 3, 7B. 3, 7, 9C. 7, 5, 3D. 7, 9, 5 3 7 9 5 3 7 9 5 3**What rule can be used to find the number of wheels on 7**tricycles? Add 3 Subtract 3 Multiply by 3 Divide by 3**Mr. Chen buys boxes of crayons for his students. The chart**shows the different prices for the boxes of crayons. What is the total price for boxes of crayons? A. $20 C. $32B. $24 D. $48**Emily read a book with 210 pages in 7 days. She read the**same number of pages each day. Which number sentence shows how to find the number of pages Emily read each day? A. 210 + 7 = B. 210 – 7 =C. 210 x 7 =D. 210 ÷ 7 =**What is the number below written in standard form? 900,000 +**10,000 + 4,000 + 700 + 30A. 9,473B. 91,473C. 914,730D. 9,147,300**What is the value of the 8 in 897,350,251? A.**800,000,000B.8,000,000C. 8,000D. 8**Which symbol makes the statement true? 14,789 14,798A.**>B. <C. =D. +**Which list shows the numbers in order from least to**greatest? A. 1,105 1,155 1,205 1,502B. 1,105 1,205 1,155 1,502C. 2,205 2,155 2,502 2,105D. 1,502 2,205 1,155 1,105**At the baseball stadium, 10,265 cars can park in the parking**lot. At the football stadium, 12,898 cars can park. How many cars can park in all? A. 22,053B. 22,163C. 22,153D. 23,163**Jerry had 1,272 baseball cards. He donated 685 of them to a**children’s hospital. How many baseball cards does he have left? A. 587 cardsB. 613 cardsC. 693 cardsD. 1,487 cards**In one week, 678 cars are washed at City Car Wash. If the**same number of cars are washed each week, how many cars are washed in 5 weeks? A. 3,350B. 3,040C. 3,390D. 2,678**A student made 8 round trips traveling to and from college.**If each round trip was 214 miles, about how many miles did the student drive in all? A. 200B. 400C. 2,000D. 4,000**The cafeteria sold 45 salads, 28 cheese sandwiches, and 4**times as many ham sandwiches as cheese sandwiches. How many sandwiches were sold? A. 185B. 140C. 112D. 73**Ms. Jones drinks 10 glasses of water every day. How many**glasses of water will she drink in 30 days? A. 10B. 100C. 300D. 30**Mr. Sun’s students are using part of their field trip fund**to see a play. The tickets cost $12 each. If 23 students go, how much will the class spend on tickets? A. $216B. $ 230C. $ 253D. $ 276**Ms. Mitchell uses 186 tubes of paint to make supply packs**for her art class. She puts 8 tubes in each pack. How many supply packs will she make, and how many tubes of paint will be left over? A. 20 packs, 6 left overB. 22 packs, 3 left overC. 23 packs, 1 left overD. 23 packs, 2 left over