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# PARCC Multiple-Choice Practice (Grade 4)

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## PARCC Multiple-Choice Practice

1.
The value of the digit 7 in the number 28,735 is 10 times the value of the digit 7 in which number?
1. 19,057
2. 52,173
3. 37,690
4. 71,482
2.
Which numbers make the comparison true?

$34,847>square$

1. 33,977
2. 34,858
3. 34,957
4. 35,341
5. 34,829
3.
Abby is 2 years old. Leah is 8 times as old as Abby.

Which equation shows how to find Leah's age?
1. $8-:2 = 4$
2. $8 - 2 = 6$
3. $2 + 8 = 10$
4. $2 xx 8 = 16$
4.
Select the THREE choices that are factor pairs for the number 48.
1. 1 and 48
2. 2 and 26
3. 3 and 16
4. 4 and 14
5. 6 and 8
6. 9 and 7
5.
Mrs. Deyo's science class observed the number of days it rained in April, May, and June. The the bar graph shows the number of days it rained each month.
A.
What fraction of all the rainy days were in May?
1. $2/20$
2. $8/20$
3. $10/20$
4. $20/20$
B.
Which equation can be used to find $r$, the fraction of all rainy days for May and June?
1. $r = 10/20 - 2/20$
2. $r = 2/20 + 10/20$
3. $r = 10/20 - 8/20$
4. $r = 8/20 + 10/20$
6.
Which pair of fractions is equivalent?
1. $1/3 and 2/6$
2. $1/3 and 7/9$
3. $4/5 and 8/9$
4. $4/5 and 9/10$
7.
The point on the number line shows the value of the sum of two fractions.

Which expression has the same sum?
1. $4/2 + 1/2$
2. $3/4 + 2/4$
3. $2/6 + 3/6$
4. $1/8 + 4/8$
8.
Select a group of fractions that includes an equivalent fraction for each of the fractions $1/2, 6/8, and 7/10$.
1. $2/8, 3/4, and 70/100$
2. $2/8, 6/16, and 7/100$
3. $4/8, 3/4, and 70/100$
4. $4/8, 6/16, and 7/100$
9.
Which TWO equations represent the statement "56 is 8 times as many as 7"?

1. $56 = 8 xx 8$
2. $56 = 7 + 8$
3. $56 = 8 xx 7$
4. $56 = 8 + 7$
5. $56 = 7 xx 8$
10.
The perimeter of a room is $15 6/10$ meters. The width of the room is $3 1/10$ meters.
A.
What is the length, in meters, of the room?
1. $4 7/10$ meters
2. $5 2/10$ meters
3. $6 2/10$ meters
4. $9 4/10$ meters
B.
An addition is added to the room that lengthens the room by $2 6/10$ meters.

What is the new perimeter, in meters, of the room?
1. $13 5/10$ meters
2. $14 6/10$ meters
3. $18 2/10$ meters
4. $20 8/10$ meters
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