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Grade 4 Decimals CCSS: 4.NF.C.7
Which is larger? Use <,=, or >

0.25        >        0.025
Grade 4 Place Value CCSS: 4.NBT.A.2
Ben's article on a website has been viewed eight hundred thousand, nine hundred times. What is that number in standard form?
  1. 8,900
  2. 800,900
  3. 809,000
  4. 80,900
Grade 4 Counting and Comparing Numbers CCSS: 4.NBT.A.2
Compare the following numbers: 83,972                83,767
  1. >
  2. <
  3. =
Grade 4 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Compare the following numbers.

38,753,082                 37,310,840
  1. <
  2. =
  3. >
Grade 4 Decimals CCSS: 4.NF.C.7
Which is larger? Use <,=, or >

0.09        >        0.03
Grade 4 Decimals CCSS: 4.NF.C.7
Use <, =, or > to compare the numbers.

9.7      =      9.70
Grade 4 Place Value CCSS: 4.NBT.A.2
What is the correct way to write the number 216,032?
  1. Two hundred thousand, sixteen hundred, and thirty-two
  2. Two hundred sixteen thousand, thirty-two
Grade 4 Fractions and Ratios
In a fraction, the number on the bottom that represents a whole is the                .
  1. denominator
  2. fraction
  3. numerator
Grade 4 Primes, Factors, and Multiples CCSS: 4.OA.B.4
State whether the following numbers are prime or composite:

1. 8             composite            

2. 23         prime        

3. 4             composite            

4. 36             composite            

5. 12             composite            

6. 29         prime        
Grade 4 Counting and Comparing Numbers
Which lists the numbers in order from least to greatest?
  1. 25, 69, 96, 64
  2. 25, 64, 69, 96
  3. 64, 25, 69, 96
  4. 25, 64, 96, 69
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping
Which operation should be used to solve the following problem?

Miss Lindberg traveled 2103 miles. Ms. Torres traveled 2345 miles. How much farther did Ms. Torres travel than Ms. Lindberg?
  1. Addition
  2. Subtraction
  3. Multiplication
  4. Division
Grade 4 Place Value CCSS: 4.NBT.A.2
Write the word form for 4,632.

                                        four thousand, six hundred thirty-two                                        
Grade 4 Fractions and Ratios
In a fraction, the number on top that represents a part of a whole is known as the                .
  1. fraction
  2. numerator
  3. denominator
Grade 4 Multiplication CCSS: 4.MD.A.2
Romeo watched 5 television shows that were each 26 minutes long. How much time did he spend watching television?
  1. 31 minutes
  2. 21 minutes
  3. 100 minutes
  4. 130 minutes
Grade 4 Decimals
4/1000 is equivalent to                
  1. 0.4
  2. 0.04
  3. 0.40
  4. 0.004
Grade 4 Primes, Factors, and Multiples
What are ALL the factors of 24?
  1. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
  2. 1, 24
  3. 1, 5, 6, 7, 11
  4. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
Grade 4 Decimals CCSS: 4.NF.C.7
Use <, =, or > to compare the numbers.

32.12       <       32.42
Grade 4 Place Value CCSS: 4.NBT.A.2
200,000 + 30 + 5 is the                 expanded form                of 200,035.
Grade 4 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 4.NF.A.1
Write a fraction that represents each shaded model.
Rectangle 2/4              2/4 or 1/2             
Circle 3/4              3/4              
Square 1/2              1/2              
Grade 4 Money (USA)
Tyson Tomko spent $17.30 at the store. What two items did he buy if the prices were:
Plane: $7.87
Car: $8.22
Robot: $9.43
  1. Plane, Robot
  2. Plane, Car
  3. Robot, Car
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