4th grade Math 2009
  • 1. quotient
A) the answer to a division problem
B) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
C) the process of seperating a number into its parts
D) the answer to a multiplication problem
  • 2. product
A) the answer to a multiplication problem
B) the answer to a division problem
C) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
D) the process of seperating a number into its parts
  • 3. approximation
A) equal in amount or value
B) to come near to in quantity, quality, or condition
C) the process of combining numbers to make a bigger number
D) an answer that is close to an exact answer
  • 4. improper fraction
A) a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denomintor
B) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
C) the top number in a fraction that tells the amount of equal parts that one is refering to
D) mixed number
  • 5. equations
A) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
B) equal in amount or value
C) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
D) the process of combining numbers to make a bigger number
  • 6. estimate
A) to come near to in quantity, quality, or condition
B) the process of combining numbers to make a bigger number
C) equal in amount or value
D) an answer that is close to an exact answer
  • 7. mixed number
A) a whole number and a fraction
B) a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denomintor
C) the process of seperating a number into its parts
D) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
  • 8. distributive property
A) the process of combining numbers to make a bigger number
B) a number that is a product of a given number and a whole number
C) an answer that is close to an exact answer
D) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
  • 9. factors
A) the answer to a division problem
B) a number that is a product of a given number and a whole number
C) numbers that are multipled together to form a product
D) the answer to a multiplication problem
  • 10. equivalent
A) equal in amount or value
B) the value of the place of a digit in a number
C) to come near to in quantity, quality, or condition
D) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
  • 11. area
A) the measure, in square units, of the inside of a polygon
B) the number by which another number is divided
C) refers to length, width and heighth
D) uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
  • 12. bar graph
A) refers to length, width and heighth
B) information one gathers to use in a table or graph
C) a chart that displays data in an orginized manner
D) uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
  • 13. compose
A) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
B) an answer that is close to an exact answer
C) the process of combining numbers to make a bigger number
D) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
  • 14. data
A) the number obtained by subtracting one number from another number
B) refers to length, width and heighth
C) information one gathers to use in a table or graph
D) uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
  • 15. decompose
A) an answer that is close to an exact answer
B) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
C) the process of seperating a number into its parts
D) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
  • 16. denominator
A) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
B) a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denomintor
C) the top number in a fraction that tells the amount of equal parts that one is refering to
D) mixed number
  • 17. difference
A) to come near to in quantity, quality, or condition
B) an answer that is close to an exact answer
C) the number obtained by subtracting one number from another number
D) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
  • 18. dimensions
A) refers to length, width and heighth
B) uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
C) the value of the place of a digit in a number
D) the process of seperating a number into its parts
  • 19. median
A) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
B) the difference between the greatest number and the least number in set numbers
C) the middle number in an ordered data set
D) a whole number greater than one that has exactly two factors itself and 1
  • 20. multiples
A) numbers that are multipled together to form a product
B) an answer that is close to an exact answer
C) the answer to a division problem
D) a number that is a product of a given number and a whole number
  • 21. numerator
A) mixed number
B) the top number in a fraction that tells the amount of equal parts that one is refering to
C) the bottom number in a fraction that tells the number of equal parts in a whole
D) a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denomintor
  • 22. place value
A) an answer that is close to an exact answer
B) the middle number in an ordered data set
C) information one gathers to use in a table or graph
D) the value of the place of a digit in a number
  • 23. prime number
A) a whole number greater than one that has exactly two factors itself and 1
B) the number obtained by subtracting one number from another number
C) information one gathers to use in a table or graph
D) the middle number in an ordered data set
  • 24. range
A) the measure, in square units, of the inside of a polygon
B) the difference between the greatest number and the least number in set numbers
C) the middle number in an ordered data set
D) you separate numbers into parts so that the numbers are easier to work with. You can multiply a sum by multiplying each addend seperately and then adding the products. 6X(2+3)=(6X2)+(6X3)
  • 25. divisor
A) the number by which another number is divided
B) the answer to a multiplication problem
C) numbers that are multipled together to form a product
D) the answer to a division problem
  • 26. table
A) a chart that displays data in an orginized manner
B) numerical worth or amount
C) uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
D) information one gathers to use in a table or graph
  • 27. unknown
A) the middle number in an ordered data set
B) numbers that are multipled together to form a product
C) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
D) a missing quantity that is commonly expressed as a ____, ?, a box or a letter.
  • 28. value
A) a number sentence that uses an equal sign.
B) the process of seperating a number into its parts
C) numerical worth or amount
D) to come near to in quantity, quality, or condition
  • 29. intersecting lines
A) one half of an object is a mirrored image of the other half
B) lines that meet at a point. Angles are formed where the lines meet.
C) refers to length, width and heighth
D) a missing quantity that is commonly expressed as a ____, ?, a box or a letter.
  • 30. symmetry
A) refers to length, width and heighth
B) one half of an object is a mirrored image of the other half
C) the measure, in square units, of the inside of a polygon
D) lines that meet at a point. Angles are formed where the lines meet.
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