Grade 4 math tennessee 09 practice test

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Mathematics Part 1 Add: 0.3 + 0.18 = A 0.48 B 0.21 C 0.15 D 0.12 TNM20032 Which rule could be used to find each number after the first in the pattern shown below? 6, 12, 24, 48, F add G add 24 H multiply by J multiply by TNM20817 Grade Mathematics | Page 47 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd47 47 11/16/2009 5:09:47 PM In the year 2006, there were about nineteen thousand, four hundred five people living in Haywood County, Tennessee How is the number nineteen thousand, four hundred five written in standard form? A 194,005 B 19,405 C 19,045 D 1,945 TNM21116 Misty bought a volleyball that cost $12.52 She gave the cashier $20.00 for the volleyball How much change should Misty have received? F $18.52 G $12.32 H $8.58 J $7.48 TNM20028 Page 48 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd48 48 11/16/2009 5:09:50 PM The graph below shows the number of canoes rented at a lake Number of Canoes Canoes Rented 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 Week According to the graph, about how many more canoes were rented in Week than in Week 1? A 30 B 40 C 50 D 70 TNM20259 Paula has c baseball cards She separates them into equal groups Which expression can be used to find the number of cards in each of Paula’s groups? F c −3 G c÷3 H c +3 J c ×3 TNM20220 Grade Mathematics | Page 49 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd49 49 11/16/2009 5:09:50 PM Devon drew an angle, as shown below 180 1100 100 80 90 80 100 1100 12 0 1350 0 10 20 170 180 30 16 15 4040 170 1 60 15 30 40 0 1350 12 Sarah drew an angle that was twice the measure of Devon’s angle Which of these shows the measure of Sarah’s angle? A 20° B 70° C 80° D 280° TNM20232 Page 50 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd50 50 11/16/2009 5:09:52 PM Michelle plotted points on a coordinate grid, as shown below y 10 P Q U R T S x 10 Which figure can be created by connecting the points alphabetically, starting and ending with Point P? F square G triangle H octagon J hexagon TNM20784 Grade Mathematics | Page 51 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd51 51 11/16/2009 5:09:54 PM Each model is shaded to represent a decimal number Which number sentence correctly compares two of these decimal numbers? A 0.2 > 0.49 B > C 0.49 < 0.2 D 0.49 < 0.6 TNM21085 10 What is the value of the in 63,152? F ten-thousands G thousands H tens J ones TNM21415 11 Which number sentence can be used to check that + (8 + 7) = 14 + ? A + (8 + 7) = + (14 + 7) B + (8 + 7) = (6 + 14) × C + (8 + 7) = (6 + 8) + D + (8 + 7) = (6 + 8) × TNM20806 Page 52 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd52 52 11/16/2009 5:09:56 PM 12 Rashaad measured the length of his writing pen Which unit is most reasonable to use to find the length of his pen? F mile G meter H foot J centimeter TNM20787 13 Meena drank 5,000 milliliters of water during a camping trip How many liters are equal to 5,000 milliliters? liter = 1,000 milliliters A liters B 50 liters C 500 liters D 5,000 liters TNM21098 Grade Mathematics | Page 53 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd53 53 11/16/2009 5:09:58 PM 14 Mr Lutrick planted a total of 516 trees in parks He planted an equal number of trees in each park Exactly how many trees did Mr Lutrick plant in each park? F 96 G 93 H 86 J 81 TNM21094 15 The table below shows the total number of servings of cereal in different numbers of boxes Boxes of Cereal Number of Boxes Total Number of Servings 16 24 32 According to the pattern in the table, what is the total number of servings of cereal in boxes? A 38 B 40 C 48 D 64 TNM20042 Page 54 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd54 54 11/16/2009 5:09:58 PM 16 Mrs Wellman is buying a shirt The sizes and designs available are shown below Sizes Small Designs Tiger Lion Medium Eagle Large Bear Mrs Wellman will choose size and design for the shirt The list below shows some of the possible outcomes • • • • • • • • • • • Small – Tiger Small – Lion Small – Eagle Small – Bear Medium – Tiger Medium – Eagle Medium – Bear Large – Tiger Large – Lion Large – Eagle Large – Bear Which possible outcome is missing from the list? F Medium – Lion G Small – Bear H Tiger – Lion J Medium – Eagle TNM20792 Grade Mathematics | Page 55 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd55 55 11/16/2009 5:10:00 PM 17 Which pair of lines appears to be parallel? A B C D TNM00292 Page 56 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd56 56 11/16/2009 5:10:02 PM 45 At a hobby shop, Terrence is buying a model kit His choices of model kits and types of material are shown below Model Kits Types of Material Train Wood Car Plastic Airplane Which list shows all the possible combinations of model kit and type of material? A Train – Wood Car – Plastic Airplane – Wood B Train – Wood Train – Plastic Car – Airplane C Train – Wood Train – Plastic Car – Wood Car – Plastic Airplane – Wood Airplane – Plastic D Train – Wood Train – Plastic Car – Wood Car – Plastic Airplane – Train Airplane – Car TNM20041 Grade Mathematics | Page 77 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd77 77 11/16/2009 5:11:10 PM 46 How many angles on the figure below appear to be acute? F G H J TNM20037 Page 78 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd78 78 11/16/2009 5:11:12 PM 47 Which mixed number does Point K best represent on the number line below? K A B 5 C D 5 TNM20795 48 Subtract: − = 12 F 12 G H 12 J TNM21072 Grade Mathematics | Page 79 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd79 79 11/16/2009 5:11:14 PM 49 A table in Mr Prieto’s workshop is exactly feet long How long is this table, in inches? foot = 12 inches A inches B 18 inches C 62 inches D 72 inches TNM20222 50 Which of these numbers is a common multiple of and 8? F 16 G 24 H 36 J 56 TNM20252 Page 80 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd80 80 11/16/2009 5:11:16 PM 51 Use the centimeter side of your ruler to help you solve this problem Sonia drew a triangle with a length of centimeters on each side Quentin drew a triangle with a length that was centimeters longer on each side Which of these triangles could be Quentin’s? A C B D TNM21062 Grade Mathematics | Page 81 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd81 81 11/16/2009 5:11:16 PM 52 A city received a total of 12.4 centimeters of rain in week How is the number 12.4 written in words? F twelve and four hundredths G one and twenty-four tenths H one hundred twenty-four J twelve and four tenths TNM21119 53 The table below shows the number of park benches in each of parks Park Benches T U V Number of Benches 12 24 15 W X Y 11 18 24 Z 21 Park What is the median number of benches in these parks? A 11 B 13 C 18 D 24 TNM21077 Page 82 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd82 82 11/16/2009 5:11:25 PM 54 Which number sentence is correct? F 4 = G = H = J = 6 TNM20809 55 In which situation would measuring volume to the nearest milliliter be most important? A measuring the volume of water in a bathtub when taking a bath B measuring the volume of water in a beaker for a science project C measuring the volume of water in a lake when going boating D measuring the volume of water in a sink for washing dishes TNM21126 Grade Mathematics | Page 83 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd83 83 11/16/2009 5:11:27 PM 56 The table below shows the total number of batteries in different numbers of packages Packages of Batteries Number of Packages Total Number of Batteries 12 24 36 12 48 Based on the table, what is one way to find the total number of batteries in 15 packages? F multiply 15 by G multiply 15 by H add 15 and J add 15 and TNM20044 57 Marco wants to save $75 to buy a tennis racket If he saves $5 each week, how many weeks will it take Marco to save $75? A 80 weeks B 70 weeks C 15 weeks D 11 weeks TNM20802 Page 84 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd84 84 11/16/2009 5:11:27 PM 58 Marie combined two geometric figures to make the new figure below Exactly how many edges does this new figure have? F 12 G 14 H 16 J 20 TNM00301 59 Linda measured the weight of a banana Which of these is closest to the weight of a banana? A ounces B pounds C grams D kilograms TNM20788 Grade Mathematics | Page 85 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd85 85 11/16/2009 5:11:29 PM 60 Zack spent a total of $2.56 for pencils at a store He paid with $5.00 Which set of money shows the exact amount of change Zack should have received? F G H J TNM20027 Page 86 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd86 86 11/16/2009 5:11:31 PM 61 Which number is equivalent to ? 59 A B 31 C 29 D 18 TNM20274 62 The figures below follow a pattern The pattern will continue in the same way Which figure should come next? F G H J TNM20813 Grade Mathematics | Page 87 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd87 87 11/16/2009 5:11:53 PM 63 A cook uses gallons of chicken broth to make a pot of soup How many quarts of chicken broth does the cook use? gallon = quarts A quarts B quarts C 12 quarts D 13 quarts TNM00306 64 Which number sentence can be used to check that 11× = 70 + ? F 11× = (10 × 7) × (1× 7) G 11× = (10 × 7) + (1× 7) H 11× = (10 + 7) × (1 + 7) J 11× = (10 + 7) + (1 + 7) TNM21074 Page 88 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd88 88 11/16/2009 5:12:01 PM 65 Multiply: 74 × 35 = A 2,670 B 2,590 C 592 D 562 TNM21067 66 Which of these numbers has a in the hundreds place? F 2,064 G 4,526 H 6,400 J 9,620 TNM20234 Grade Mathematics | Page 89 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd89 89 11/16/2009 5:12:02 PM 67 The table below shows the number of times each of players practiced tennis last month Tennis Practices Name Number of Times Practiced Jackie 32 Frank 18 Debbie Gabriel 24 Peter According to the table, how many more times did Gabriel practice than Debbie and Peter combined? A 35 B 21 C 13 D 11 TNM20258 Page 90 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd90 90 11/16/2009 5:12:02 PM 68 Which point best represents Q F Q G R H S J T on the number line below? R S T TNM20799 69 Miguel bought 6.5 gallons of gasoline He used 3.8 gallons of this gasoline How many gallons of this gasoline did Miguel have left? A 3.7 B 3.3 C 2.7 D 2.3 TNM20030 Grade Mathematics | Page 91 TACH_GR4_Practice Test_Math.indd91 91 11/16/2009 5:12:04 PM ... A (0, 4) B (4, 7) C (7, 2) D (7, 4) TNM21082 42 Divide: 805 ÷ = F 161 G 155 H 107 J 101 TNM2 1093 Page 74 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4 _Practice Test _Math. indd 74 74 11/16/2 009 5:10:59 PM 43 Isabel... number of servings of cereal in boxes? A 38 B 40 C 48 D 64 TNM20 042 Page 54 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4 _Practice Test _Math. indd 54 54 11/16/2 009 5 :09: 58 PM 16 Mrs Wellman is buying a shirt The... Misty have received? F $18.52 G $12.32 H $8.58 J $7 .48 TNM20028 Page 48 | Grade Mathematics TACH_GR4 _Practice Test _Math. indd48 48 11/16/2 009 5 :09: 50 PM The graph below shows the number of canoes
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