# 4 th Grade Number and Operations in Base Ten. Set 3. Daily Practice Items And Answer Keys

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1 4 th Grade Number and Operations in Base Ten Set 3 Daily Practice Items And Answer Keys

4 Name Date Daily Practice - Number and Operations in Base Ten DAY 1 1. An amusement park has games, rides, and shows. The total number of games, rides, and shows is 70. There are 34 rides. There are two times as many games as shows. How many games are there? How many shows are there? Use numbers, words, or drawings to show how you got your answer. 2. What number is 10,000 more than 333,333? A. 333,433 B. 334,333 C. 343,333 D. 433, David has 19 boxes. Each box has 135 golf balls in it. a. How many golf balls are there in all? b. If David has 5 larger boxes and he wants to separate all the golf balls equally, how many golf balls should go into each of the 5 boxes? Show all your work. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Mathematics Assessment.

5 Name Date Daily Practice - Number and Operations in Base Ten DAY 2 1. A whole number is multiplied by 5. Which of these could be the result? A) 652 B) 562 C) 526 D) The worker at a ticket office sold 4920 tickets for the Thursday performance of a play and 3879 for the Friday performance. How many more tickets were sold for the Thursday performance than for the Friday performance? Answer: 3. Mr. Jones picked a number greater than 100. He told Gloria to divide the number by 18. He told Edward to divide the number by 15. Whose answer is greater? Gloria's Edward's Explain how you know this person's answer will always be greater for any number that Mr. Jones picks. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1996 and 2011 Mathematics Assessments.

6 Name Date Daily Practice - Number and Operations in Base Ten DAY 3 1. The difference between 85 and 53 is 32. Meredith added some number to 85 and then added the same number to 53. What would be the difference between the two new numbers? A) More than 32 B) Less than 32 C) 32 D) It depends on the number added to 85 and Sam can purchase his lunch at school. Each day he wants to have juice that costs 50, a sandwich that costs 90, and fruit that costs 35. His mother has only \$1.00 bills. What is the least number of \$1.00 bills that his mother should give him so he will have enough money to buy lunch for 5 days? Answer: 3. Write a three-digit number using the digits 2, 4, and 6 so that the digit 4 means four tens and the digit 6 means six hundreds. Answer: Round your answer to the nearest hundred: Round your answer to the nearest ten: SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1990, 1996, and 2009 Mathematics Assessments.

7 Name Date Daily Practice - Number and Operations in Base Ten DAY 4 1. On the road shown above, the distance from Bay City to Exton is 60 miles. What is the distance from Bay City to Yardville? A) 45 miles B) 75 miles C) 90 miles D) 105 miles 2. Two whole numbers, each greater than 2, are multiplied together. The product is 126. What could the two numbers be? and 3. Jill needs to earn \$45 for a class trip. She earns \$2 each day on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, and \$3 each day on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. She does not work on Sundays. How many weeks will it take her to earn \$45? Use words or drawings. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1992 and 2003 Mathematics Assessments.

8 Name Date Daily Practice - Number and Operations in Base Ten DAY 5 Show all your work: 1. A whole number is multiplied by 3. Which of these could be the result? A) 759 B) 869 C) 663 D) The worker at a movie ticket office sold 5439 tickets for the Friday showings of Spiderman and 2619 for the Saturday showings. How many more tickets were sold for the Friday showings than for the Saturday showings? Answer: 3. Write a four-digit number using the digits 8, 2, 4, and 6 so that the digit 8 means eight tens, the digit 6 means six thousands, and the digit 2 means two ones. Answer: Round your answer to the nearest hundred: Round your answer to the nearest ten: STOP SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 1996 and 2009 Mathematics Assessments.

9 Number and Operations in Base Ten ANSWER KEY DAY 1 1. Solution: 70-34=36 so there are 36 shows and games. The number of games is twice the number of shows; there must be 24 games and 12 shows. 2. Solution: C. 343,333 Standard #10 3. Solution(s): a. To find the total number of balls in all, I multiplied 135 and 19 to get OR = 2565 balls. b. To separate all the balls equally, then divide = 513. Devon would put 513 balls in each box. Number and Operations in Base Ten ANSWER KEY DAY 2 Standards #10 and OA #3 1. D Standard #11 3. Solution: Correct oval: Edward's Explanation: Dividing by a smaller number gives a greater answer. OR Dividing by a larger number gives a smaller answer. OR A smaller number goes into another number more times.

10 Number and Operations in Base Ten ANSWER KEY DAY 3 1. C. 2. Solution: For 1 day, the sum is \$1.75. For 5 days, the sum is \$8.75. Therefore, he should ask his mother for nine one-dollars bills (or one \$5 bill and four \$1 bills). Answer may be given pictorially. In this question a student needed to add together the cost of a juice, the cost of a sandwich, and the cost of a piece of fruit for one day. The total cost for lunch each day is \$1.75. Once the total is found for each day, the student needs to multiply the total for each day by 5 days. This gives a total for the week of \$8.75. The least number of dollar bills that Sam's mother needs to give him is 9. The question presented students with an opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of money in a real-world situation. Standards #7 and #8 3. Answer: 642 Round to the nearest hundred: 600 Round to the nearest ten: 640 Number and Operations in Base Ten ANSWER KEY DAY 4 1. D. Standards #10 and OA #3 2. Solution: Any one of these pairs: 3, 42 6, 21 7, 18 9, 14 In this question the student was asked to write 126 as the product of two whole numbers, each of which is greater than 2. The student was required only to identify one of several possible factorizations of 126 for credit. Students were permitted to use a calculator. 3. Correct answer is: 3 weeks weekly: = \$15

11 Number and Operations in Base Ten ANSWER KEY DAY 5 Standards #10 and OA #3 1. A. and C = 2820 Standards #7 and #8 3. Answer: 6,482 Round to the nearest hundred: 6,500 Round to the nearest ten: 6,480

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