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Comparing, ordering, addition, subtraction, simple fractions, time, money, shapes, measurements, etc.
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Place value, geometrical shapes, measurement systems, multiplication, division, fractions, probability, etc.
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Multiplication, division, probability, data in charts & graphs, applied geometry, decimals, mixed numbers, etc.
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Large numbers, fraction manipulations, statistics, data and graphs, multiplying decimals, converting measurements, etc.
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Number theory, multiplying & dividing fractions, ratio and proportions, rates and percentages, permutation & combinations, etc.
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Introduction to algebra, integers, coordinate plane, functions, ratio and proportions, polygons, data & statistics, etc.
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UIL Mathematics
Clear explanation of every UIL math concept each with 10 or more practice problems and 12 full length UIL Math tests.
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Number Sense
(Mental Math)
Hundreds of mental math tricks, shortcuts and concepts with lots of practice problems and 12 full length tests.
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Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in Grade 4. The skills are organized into categories, and
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 Example: Add 3,208 and 6,251.                 1)    9,0592)    9,3593)    9,4594)    9,559 Answer: 9,459 Example:                      1)    9,5302)    10,5203)    10,5304)    10,630 Answer: 10,530 Example: A printer can print a maximum of 125 pages in an hour.Another printer can print a maximum of 160 pages in an hour.What would be the maximum number of pages both the printerscan print together in one hour? 1)    1752)    1853)    2754)    285 Answer: 285 Example: ____ + 2,415 = 3,096 1)    5812)    6813)    6824)    781 Answer: 681 Example: Estimate the following by first rounding off eachnumber to the nearest hundred, and then solving:4,278 + 1,413 1)    5,6002)    5,6903)    5,7004)    5,800 Answer: 5,700 Example: Austin bought a bike that cost \$868 and a PS3that cost \$545. Estimate the total cost of the bike andthe PS3 by first rounding off the cost of each item to thenearest ten and then adding. 1)    \$1,4002)    \$1,4103)    \$1,4134)    \$1,420 Answer: \$1,420 Example: Find the sum: 65 + 219 + 32 + 1,097 1)    1,4032)    1,4133)    1,4194)    1,423 Answer: 1,413 Example: A department store has multi-floor parking. If 225vehicles can be parked on level P1, 125 vehicles on levelP2 and 105 vehicles on level P3, how many vehicles in allcan be parked in the parking space of the department store? 1)    3552)    4253)    4554)    465 Answer: 455

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

Number Concepts

Place value

Time

Fractions

Data and Graph

Statistics
 Example: Find the range for the given set of data:4, 6, 11 and 2 1)    62)    73)    84)    9 Answer: 9 Example: The table below shows the dollar amountsJessica earned each day during a three day bake sale.Study the table given below and find the mean of themoney she earned in a day. 1)    102)    123)    144)    18 Answer: 12 Example: Robert recorded the points scored by hisclassmates in a quiz. The points are given below.Find the median for the given set of data.5, 8, 8, 6, 7 and 9 1)    72)    7.53)    84)    8.5 Answer: 7.5 Example: Find the mode of the given set of data.“9 10 7 10 3 3 7 10” 1)    32)    73)    94)    10 Answer: 10 Example: The stem-and-leaf plot shown belowrepresents the points scored by the studentsof a class in their midterm exams. Study thestem-and-leaf plot and list the top 3 pointsscored in the midterm exam. 1)    26, 34, 432)    80, 74, 683)    74, 68, 654)    87, 86, 80 Answer: 87, 86, 80 Example: The stem and leaf plot below showsthe funds raised by Ashley from people in herneighborhood for American cancer society. Studythe stem-and-leaf plot and find the range of thedata set given below. 1)    432)    443)    454)    46 Answer: 45

Probability
 Example: In a random drawing of one marble from a bag of marbles, whichof the following event is certain? 1)    Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only blue marbles.2)    Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has green and red marbles.3)    Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has blue, green and red marbles.4)    Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only red marbles. Answer: Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only red marbles. Example: If you pick a marble at random from the marblesgiven below, how likely is it that you will pick a blue one? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Least likely4)    Impossible Answer: Most likely Example: How likely is it that the pointer in thespinner below will stop on green? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Least likely4)    Impossible Answer: Least likely Example: Choose “Certain” or “Impossible” for the eventgiven below: Pulling out a black pen from a boxwith all red pens. 1)    Certain2)    Impossible Answer: Impossible Example: If you pick one marble from the marbles belowwithout looking, which of the following is the most likelyoutcome? 1)    Picking a green marble2)    Picking a gray marble3)    Picking a blue marble4)    Picking an orange marble Answer: Picking a gray marble Example: Brandon is planning his workout. He can either skate or run.For each activity, he can go over the hills or into the valley. How manydifferent combinations of workout can Brandon choose from? 1)    2 combinations2)    3 combinations3)    4 combinations4)    6 combinations Answer: 4 combinations Example: What is the probability of selecting an oddnumber in a random drawing of one number from thegroup of the 10 numbers given below?“21, 23, 24, 35, 43, 37, 52, 19, 20 and 41” 1)    2)    3)    4)    Answer: Example: The table below shows 40 children’sfavorite dessert. A child is selected at randomfrom these 40 children. What is the probabilitythat the selected child’s favorite dessert iseither Popsicle or cookie? 1)    2)    3)    4)    Answer:

Geometry

Decimals