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# St. Patrick’s Day Math Practice (Grade 4)

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## St. Patrick’s Day Math Practice

1.
If the equation shown is true, which other equation must also true? $xx$ $=$ 1. $+$ $=$ 2. $+$ $=$ 3. $xx$ $=$ 4. $-:$ $=$ 2.
What is the probability of randomly selecting a shamrock?     1. 1 out of 2
2. 1 out of 3
3. 2 out of 3
4. 3 out of 5
3.
In 1930 the price of an ounce of gold was about $20.00. If the price of an ounce gold today is$1,200, which equation can be used to find how many times greater, $g$, the price of gold is today than in 1930? 1. $20 xx g = 1200$
2. $1200 xx 20 = g$
3. $g -: 20 = 1200$
4. $20 -:g = 1200$
4.
Look at the pattern.     Which set of letters best represents the pattern?
1. AB
2. ABB
3. ABC
4. ABCD
5.
Which best represents the probability of randomly selecting a hat?        1. likely
2. certain
3. unlikely
4. impossible
6.
Count the shamrocks.        Select the TWO sets of numbers that are factors of the number of shamrocks.
1. 1 and 8
2. 2 and 4
3. 3 and 6
4. 8 and 16
5. 16 and 24
7.
Which best describes the number of pictures shown?     1. odd and prime
2. even and prime
3. odd and composite
4. even and composite
8.
Which TWO fractions represent the number of images shown that are hats?      1. $1/2$
2. $2/4$
3. $1/3$
4. $2/6$
5. $3/6$
9.
Which decimal represents the number of pictures that are pots of gold?     1. $0.10$
2. $0.20$
3. $0.40$
4. $0.50$
10.
Which comes next in the pattern?       1.  2.  3.  4.  You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.
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