  Name:    4th Grade Math Basic Practice Test 3

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

Which figure shows a diagonal line?
 a. d. b. e. c. 2.

Measurement – Area, Perimeter, Circumference – RIT 191 – 200 a. 9 d. 13 b. 32 e. 50 c. 36

3. a. 12 d. 30 b. 10 e. 16 c. 14

4. a. 11 inches d. 21 inches b. 16 inches e. 22 inches c. 14 inches

5.

Measurement – Length, Weight, Volume – RIT 191 – 200
How long is the pencil? a. 45 cm. d. 13 cm. b. 40 mm. e. 45 mm. c. 450 mm.

6.

Which of these units would be best to measure the length of our classroom?
 a. meters d. kilometers b. centimeters e. millimeters c. liters

7.

17 inches is equal to:
 a. 2 feet d. 17 feet b. 1 foot and 7 inches e. 12 feet and 5 inches c. 1 foot and 5 inches

8.

4 quarts is equal to: (Hint: 2 pints = 1 quart)
 a. 4 pints d. 2 pints b. 8 pints e. 1 pint c. 16 pints

9.

Measurement – Money – RIT 191 – 200 a. \$3.68 d. \$2.68 b. \$8.75 e. \$2.00 c. \$15.68

10.

If Juan has \$5.40 and spends \$3.10, how much money does he have left?
 a. \$3.10 d. \$230 b. \$2.30 e. \$8.50 c. \$5.40

11. a. \$56.18 d. \$55.18 b. \$81.18 e. \$5.18 c. \$55.00

12. How much would be left if \$9.13 was spent from the amount pictured?
 a. \$31.32 d. \$22.19 b. \$29.13 e. \$22.00 c. \$20.87

13.

Measurement – Time, Temperature – RIT 191 – 200
How many minutes are in 2 hours?
 a. 60 d. 100 b. 120 e. 200 c. 20

14.

Number Sense and Numeration – Decimals – RIT 191 – 200 What decimal does the shaded area represent?
 a. 0.33 d. .3 b. 0.03 e. 3.3 c. 1.3

15.

What is the value of the digit 4 in the number .246?
 a. 1/4 d. 4/100 b. 4/1 e. 100/4 c. 4/1000

16.

Number Sense and Numeration – Exponents – RIT 191 – 200
How is (5 x 5 x 5 x 5) represented in exponential form?
 a. d. b. e. c. 17.

Number Sense and Numeration – Fractions – RIT 191 – 200  a. 7 d. 6 b. 4 e. 3 c. 8

18.

2/4 =____ /28
 a. 12 d. 14 b. 6 e. 32 c. 7

19.

Change 38/6 to a mixed number in simplest form.
 a. 6 2/6 d. 3 6/8 b. 6/38 e. 6 c. 6 1/3

20.

What is the LCD (least common denominator) of 4 and 3?
 a. 12 d. 8 b. 7 e. 18 c. 11