4th Grade Start of Year Assessment 2013

- 1. 1,007 ___ 929
A) = B) < C) > - 2. 491 ___ 900
A) < B) = C) > - 3. 7,345 ___ 6,789
A) = B) > C) < - 4. Round 6,789 to the nearest thousand.
A) 6,000 B) 7,000 C) 8,000 - 5. Round 549 to the nearest hundred.
A) 500 B) 700 C) 600 - 6. Round 1,678 to the nearest thousand.
A) 3,000 B) 2,000 C) 1,000 - 7. Round 378 to the nearest hundred.
A) 300 B) 400 C) 500 - 8. Round 234 to the nearest ten.
A) 230 B) 240 C) 200 - 9. 729-123=
A) 606 B) 626 C) 619 - 10. 345-59=
A) 281 B) 299 C) 286 - 11. 34+234=
A) 528 B) 268 C) 248 - 12. 19+58=
A) 79 B) 81 C) 77 - 13. Joe thinks that if he buys a book that costs $2.86 and a notebook that costs $1.95 he will have to pay more than $4.00. Is this a reasonable estimate?
A) No B) Yes - 14. Sally bought cheese for $3.75, milk for $3.25, and apples for $4.25. She thinks $10.00 will be enough to pay for these items. Is this estimate correct?
A) Yes B) No - 15. 4 x 9=
- 16. 36 / 4=
- 17. 5 x 8=
- 18. 40 / 5
- 19. The gym can fit 5 rows of chairs. Each row can fit 9 chairs. The gym is 20 feet tall. How many total chairs will fit?
- 20. Today, 18 students are going on the field trip. Students will work in groups of 2 during the trip. How many groups of students will there be?
- 21. 7 x 12=
- 22. Complete the following: 2/12 ___ 2/3
A) < B) > C) = - 23. Complete the following: 1/2 ___ 3/10
A) = B) < C) > - 24. Are the fractions 2/3 and 6/9 equivalent fractions?
A) Yes B) No - 25. Are the fractions 3/4 and 6/12 equivalent fractions?
A) No B) Yes - 26. Fred at 1/3 of the cheese pizza. Susie ate 1/2 of the bacon pizza. Who ate more pizza?
A) Susie B) They ate the same amount C) Fred - 27. Bob bought 12 balloons. 1/3 were blue, 2/4 were red, and 1/5 were white. The red balloons are size small. Were there more blue, red, or white?
A) Blue B) Red C) White - 28. The 2 lines that create the + sign are:
A) Parallel B) Perpendicular - 29. The 2 lines that create the = sign are:
A) Parallel B) Perpendicular - 30. The room is 10 feet wide and 12 feet long. What is the perimeter of the room?
- 31. The window is 2 feet wide and 4 feet long. What is the perimeter of the window?
- 32. Is 3 x 9 = 9 x 3 a true statement?
A) No B) Yes - 33. Is 15 / 3 = 3 / 15 a true statement?
A) Yes B) No - 34. Jack can jump 2 feet. Jill can jump 9 inches. Who can jump farther?
A) Jill B) Jack - 35. Sally's dog is 1 meter tall. Susie's dog is 13 inches tall. Who has the taller dog?
A) Susie B) Sally |

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