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4TH GRADE FCAT MATH REVIEW

PLACE VALUE MULTIPLICATION DIVISION FRACTIONS DECIMALS
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WHAT IS THE PLACE VALUE OF THE NUMBER 3?

                 $1,523,476.00

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WHAT IS THE PLACE VALUE OF THE NUMBER 3?

                 $1,523,476.00


                                 $1,523,476.00

                          THOUSANDS PLACE

 


WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE HUNDREDS PLACE?

                           678,425.00

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WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE HUNDREDS PLACE?

                           678,425.00


                     678,425.00


WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE MILLIONS PLACE?

                  $6,523,489.00

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WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE MILLIONS PLACE?

                  $6,523,489.00


                     $6,523,489.00


WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE TENS PLACE?

               1,879,425.00

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WHAT NUMBER APPEARS IN THE TENS PLACE?

               1,879,425.00


                         1,879,425.00


THE NUMBER 8 IS IN THE ____________ PLACE?

               $9,875,000.00

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THE NUMBER 8 IS IN THE ____________ PLACE?

               $9,875,000.00


      THE HUNDRED THOUSANDS PLACE

                 $9,875,000.00


CARLOS HAS 5 FRIENDS. HE WANTS TO GIVE EACH FRIEND 4 COOKIES. HOW MANY COOKIES DOES HE NEED TO BRING TO SCHOOL?

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CARLOS HAS 5 FRIENDS. HE WANTS TO GIVE EACH FRIEND 4 COOKIES. HOW MANY COOKIES DOES HE NEED TO BRING TO SCHOOL?


                   20 COOKIES

                    5 X 4 = 20


NAME THE FACT FAMILY FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS:

                 3, 9, 27

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NAME THE FACT FAMILY FOR THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS:

                 3, 9, 27


                        3X9=27

                        9X3=27

                        27/3=9

                        27/9=3


JOSE BUYS PACKS OF BASEBALL CARDS. IF EACH PACK HAS 8 CARDS AND JOSE HAS 56 CARDS IN TOTAL, WHICH FACTOR IS MISSING FROM THE MATH SENTENCE?

               ____ X 8 = 56

             

                                    

 

                                      

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JOSE BUYS PACKS OF BASEBALL CARDS. IF EACH PACK HAS 8 CARDS AND JOSE HAS 56 CARDS IN TOTAL, WHICH FACTOR IS MISSING FROM THE MATH SENTENCE?

               ____ X 8 = 56

             

                                    

 

                                      


                          7

                     7 X 8 = 56


TRUDY ORDERED 24 SLICES OF PIZZA. EACH OF HER FRIENDS WILL EAT 4 SLICES. IF 5 FRIENDS HAVE ALREADY EATEN, HOW MANY MORE PEOPLE CAN EAT?

A) 1  B) 4  C) 6  D) 20

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TRUDY ORDERED 24 SLICES OF PIZZA. EACH OF HER FRIENDS WILL EAT 4 SLICES. IF 5 FRIENDS HAVE ALREADY EATEN, HOW MANY MORE PEOPLE CAN EAT?

A) 1  B) 4  C) 6  D) 20


A) 1

IF EACH FRIEND EATS 4 SLICES, 5 FRIENDS ALREADY AT 20 SLICES (5X4=20). IF THERE ARE 24 SLICES TOTAL, THERE ARE 4 SLICES LEFT, SO ONE FRIEND CAN EAT.


SEBASTIAN PRACTICES HIS RECORDER 2 HOURS EACH DAY. HE PRACTICES 5 DAYS EACH WEEK. HOW MAY HOURS DOES SEBASTIAN PLAY IN 4 WEEKS? 

A) 20  B)15  C)  C)40

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SEBASTIAN PRACTICES HIS RECORDER 2 HOURS EACH DAY. HE PRACTICES 5 DAYS EACH WEEK. HOW MAY HOURS DOES SEBASTIAN PLAY IN 4 WEEKS? 

A) 20  B)15  C)  C)40


C) 40

HE PLAYS 2 HOURS EACH DAY, 5 DAYS IN ONE WEEK. (5 X 2=10).  IF HE PLAYS 10 HOURS IN ONE WEEK, HE WOULD PRACTICE FOR 40 HOURS IN 4 WEEKS (10 X 4 = 40). 


BEATRICE HAS 25 STICKERS. SHE WANTS TO DIVIDE THEM EQUALLY BETWEEN 5 FRIENDS. HOW MANY STICKERS CAN SHE GIVE TO EACH FRIEND?

A) 3  B) 6  C) 4  D) 5

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BEATRICE HAS 25 STICKERS. SHE WANTS TO DIVIDE THEM EQUALLY BETWEEN 5 FRIENDS. HOW MANY STICKERS CAN SHE GIVE TO EACH FRIEND?

A) 3  B) 6  C) 4  D) 5


                       D) 5

                   5 X 5 = 25


JUAN HAS 50 NICKELS. HE SEPARATED THEM INTO 5 EQUAL PILES. HOW MANY NICKELS WILL BE IN EACH PILE?

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JUAN HAS 50 NICKELS. HE SEPARATED THEM INTO 5 EQUAL PILES. HOW MANY NICKELS WILL BE IN EACH PILE?


EACH PILE WILL HAVE 10 NICKELS.

50 / 5 = 10

50 X 10 = 50


DIVISION IS THE ___________ OF MULTIPLICATION.

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DIVISION IS THE ___________ OF MULTIPLICATION.


OPPOSITE


HOW WOULD YOU FIND THE ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING PROBLEM?

Mrs. Mannix bought 2 laptops for the fourth grade.  She spent $864. How much did each laptop cost?

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HOW WOULD YOU FIND THE ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING PROBLEM?

Mrs. Mannix bought 2 laptops for the fourth grade.  She spent $864. How much did each laptop cost?


YOU WOULD DIVIDE 864 BY 2.

$864 / 2 = $432

TO CHECK TO SEE IF YOU GOT THE RIGHT ANSWER DO THE OPPOSITIE OPERATION.

($432 X 2 = $864)


SOMETIMES WHEN YOU DIVIDE, YOU DON'T END UP WITH ALL EQUAL GROUPS AND THERE IS SOME "LEFT OVER." WHAT IS THE MATH TERM FOR THE NUMBER THAT IS "LEFT OVER?"

EX. 19 / 3 =

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SOMETIMES WHEN YOU DIVIDE, YOU DON'T END UP WITH ALL EQUAL GROUPS AND THERE IS SOME "LEFT OVER." WHAT IS THE MATH TERM FOR THE NUMBER THAT IS "LEFT OVER?"

EX. 19 / 3 =


                  THE REMAINDER

        1            9 / 3 = 5 r 1


THE NUMBER THAT APPEARS AT THE TOP OF A FRACTIONS IS CALLED THE ____________.

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THE NUMBER THAT APPEARS AT THE TOP OF A FRACTIONS IS CALLED THE ____________.


                       NUMERATOR


THE NUMBER THAT IS FOUND ON THE BOTTOM OF THE FRACTION IS CALLED THE

___________________.

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THE NUMBER THAT IS FOUND ON THE BOTTOM OF THE FRACTION IS CALLED THE

___________________.


                   DENOMINATOR


WHICH TWO FRACTIONS BELOW ARE EQUIVALENT?

A) 1/4 & 2/8      B) 3/4 & 12/17

C)  3/5 & 11/20  D) 4/12 & 1/5

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WHICH TWO FRACTIONS BELOW ARE EQUIVALENT?

A) 1/4 & 2/8      B) 3/4 & 12/17

C)  3/5 & 11/20  D) 4/12 & 1/5


A) 1/4 IS EQUIVALENT TO 2/8


HABIBE BAKED A CAKE AND CUT IT INTO 3 PIECES.  HER FAMILY ATE 2 PIECES. IN FRACTION FORM, HOW MUCH OF THE CAKE WAS EATEN?

A) 1/2  B) 1/3  C) 2/3  D) 1/4

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HABIBE BAKED A CAKE AND CUT IT INTO 3 PIECES.  HER FAMILY ATE 2 PIECES. IN FRACTION FORM, HOW MUCH OF THE CAKE WAS EATEN?

A) 1/2  B) 1/3  C) 2/3  D) 1/4


C) 2/3 OF THE CAKE WAS EATEN


WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO "SIMPLIFY" A FRACTION?

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO "SIMPLIFY" A FRACTION?


TO REDUCE IT TO IT'S SMALLEST FORM.

EX: THE FRACTION 10/80 CAN BE SIMPLIFIED (REDUCED) TO 1/8.


WHAT PLACE VALUE IS THE NUMBER 2 IN THE DECIMAL BELOW?

                      1.275

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WHAT PLACE VALUE IS THE NUMBER 2 IN THE DECIMAL BELOW?

                      1.275


       THE 2 IS IN THE TENS PLACE.

                      1.275


WHAT NUMBER BELOW IS IN THE HUNDREDS PLACE?

                         5.380

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WHAT NUMBER BELOW IS IN THE HUNDREDS PLACE?

                         5.380


THE NUMBER 8 IS IN THE HUNDREDS PLACE.

                          5.380


WHAT NUMBER IS IN THE THOUSANDS PLACE?

                       2.345

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WHAT NUMBER IS IN THE THOUSANDS PLACE?

                       2.345


THE NUMBER 5 IS IN THE THOUSANDS PLACE.

                       2.345


WHAT NUMBER IN THE DECIMAL BELOW IS THE "WHOLE" NUMBER?

                     8.375

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WHAT NUMBER IN THE DECIMAL BELOW IS THE "WHOLE" NUMBER?

                     8.375


THE NUMBER 8 REPRESENTS THE WHOLE NUMBER. 

EX.: WE HAVE 8 AND 3/4 BOXES OF COOKIES

(WE HAVE 8 WHOLE BOXES AND 3/4 OF ANOTHER BOX.)


HOW WOULD YOU WRITE THE DECIMAL 3.5 AS A MIXED NUMBER?

A) 35/100   B) 3 AND 5/10

C) 3/10 + 5/10   C) 35/10

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HOW WOULD YOU WRITE THE DECIMAL 3.5 AS A MIXED NUMBER?

A) 35/100   B) 3 AND 5/10

C) 3/10 + 5/10   C) 35/10


THE DECIMAL 3.5 MEANS THAT YOU HAVE 3 WHOLES AND 5/10 REMAINING. SO THE MIXED NUMBER IS WRITTEN AS:

                  3  5/10





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