4 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #1. Name: 1. How many sides does each polygon have? 2. What is the rule for this function machine?


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1 . How many sides does each polygon have? th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #. What is the rule for this function machine? A. Pentagon B. Nonagon C. Octagon D. Quadrilateral. List all of the factors of each number. : : What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of and 6? IN OUT If you flip a coin 0 times, about how many times would you expect the coin to land heads up? times Check your prediction. Try it and record your data.. A family hiked.6 miles on the first day of their hiking trip,.07 miles the second, and.89 miles on the third day. How many miles did they hike in all? 6. Solve. = 7. What is the product? 8. Subtract. 8 x = 9. Illustrate each: a. intersection of two lines 0. The average daily temperature of second week in March is listed below. Use a sheet of paper to construct a line graph using this information. Title and label your graph. b. parallel lines c. perpendicular lines Sun. 67 Mon. 8 Tues. 7 Wed. 80 Thurs. 68 Fri. 7 Sat. 7
2 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review # Name:. Round to the nearest ten thousand.. Write the missing numbers.,8, Identify the statement that represents the. Solve: fraction. A. minus B. divided by C. divided by 6, =. A lion s heart beats 8 times in 6 minutes. What is the approximate rate per minute? 6. How many line segments are necessary to a. draw a triangle b. draw a hexagon c. draw a quadrilateral 7. Write the following number in word form:,80, Andy wants to buy a new paint set that costs $7.9. He has tendollar bills, fivedollar bill, onedollar bill, quarters, 0 dimes, and pennies. Does he have enough money to buy the paint set? How much change will he receive OR how much more money does he need? 9. Write an equivalent fraction for each fraction below. 0. When you roll a die, do you have the same chance of getting a 6 as you do as getting a? Then write the fractions in order from least to greatest. Explain. = = = 8
3 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review # Name:. What is the value of the underlined digit?. Complete the pattern. 678,,,,,,,,. Solve.. Fill in the blanks. kilograms = grams + = pounds = ounces ounces = pounds. Put the fractions in order from least to greatest. 6. If a can is 8 in. tall and holds qt. of liquid when it s full, how many pints are there if the can is only ½ full?,,, 7. Complete the table What is the function rule? 9. Fill in the blanks. 8. Construct a bar graph using the following data. Use another sheet of paper. Title and label your graph. Planet Length of Year in Earth Days Mercury 88 Venus Earth 6 Mars Write four equivalent fractions for /. 6 feet = yards 600 centimeters = meters inches = feet
4 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review # Name:. Jessica drew this pattern:. Draw a line segment and label it JR. If she made 6 rows of this pattern, how many circles did she draw?. What is the probability of the spinner landing on the number?. Estimate. Show how you rounded the numbers Write these fractions as decimals. 6. Draw two different polygons that contain parallel sides. a. = 0 b. 6 = Solve. 8. Fill in the blanks = cups = gallon cups = pints quarts = gallon pints = quart 9. Solve. 0. Complete the pattern. =?, 8,, 0,,,,,, Explain the pattern.
5 . A theater sold 89 tickets for performances of a play. The same number of people saw each show. How many people saw the first two performances of the play? th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #. Write an equivalent fraction for each. a. = b. = c. = 8. School Populations 76 students 7 students 8 students 9 students a. How many students attend the three most populated schools?. Round to the nearest hundredth b. How many students attended the least populated school?. Draw two line segments parallel to each other. Label your line segments. 6. Complete and describe the pattern., 7, 6,, 9, 8, 7,,,, 7. Is it equally likely or not equally likely that a flipped coin will land on heads or tails? 8. Follow the function rule to complete the table. Circle one: equally likely not equally likely IN OUT 9. Fill in the missing numbers. 0. Which is heavier, an object weighing 67 ounces or an object weighing pounds? Explain your answer _ 0 60
6 . Kyle ran the race in 9. seconds. Joel ran the race in 9. seconds. Who won, and by how much? th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #6. Name the parallel lines in this figure. D U V C X W. Madeline has $0.6 in quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. She has 9 coins in all. What are they?. Write the decimal equivalent. a. = (decimal) b = (decimal). Write the decimal represented on the decimal square. 6. A car can travel miles on a gallon of gas. How many miles can it travel with gallons of gas? 7. Fill in the missing numbers. Describe the pattern. 8. Write a number that comes between 8,0 and 8,0., 6, 9,,, 8 9. Round each decimal. to the nearest tenth.807 to the nearest hundredth 6.87 to the nearest whole 0. Circle the best unit of length to measure the height of a door: A. inches B. feet C. miles
7 . Estimate the sum. Explain = th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #7. Draw an angle. Name your angle.. Measure the line segment below to the nearest centimeter and to the nearest inch. C D. What is the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of and? a. cm. b. in.. If 9 students want to go on a rafting trip, and each raft holds 6 people, how many rafts will be needed? 6. How are lines and line segments different? 7. Compare. Use >, <, or =. 9. Solve. 9 Which fraction is larger?,689 = 8. The following numbers of hot lunches were sold recently at one school. Construct a line graph to show this information. Use another sheet of paper. Title and label your graph. School lunches sold each day Monday Tuesday Wednesday 8 Thursday 8 Friday 8 0. Which expression would NOT make the equation true? 8 x 6 = A. x B. x C. 6 X
8 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #8. Shade ¼ of the rectangle.. Write the decimal. a. b.. Write as a decimal: seventeen and fortyone thousandths. There are colored blocks in a bag: blue, white, yellow, and red. a. What is the probability that someone will choose a blue block? b. What is the least likely color to be chosen?. Circle the picture that shows perpendicular lines. 6. Estimate by rounding to the nearest hundred. Show your work.,8667 A B 7. Compare. Use >, <, or =. A. 0.6 B Which blanket requires a longer piece of cloth for trim, one that is ft. by ft. or one that is 6 ft. by ft? a. Which decimal is larger? Show how you know. b. How much larger is it? 9. In one week, a grocery store sold,87 gallons of milk. How much more is this than the,09 gallons that were sold in another store? 0. Extend and describe the pattern.
9 th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #9 Name:.. Write a name for the figure: line, line segment, or point. C E a. Write an equivalent fraction for. b. Write a decimal equivalent to. G D F a. b. c.. Compare. Write >, <, or =. a. c. 6 Which fraction used above is the greatest of all six? b. 8. Solve.,68 +,06 =. A fourth grade class of 7 students at Dickinson Elementary is going on a field trip to the museum. Each car will take students. How many cars are needed? 6. Write the missing numbers on the number line Use the information to construct a bar graph on another sheet of paper. Title and label your graph. Name of Diamond Kohinor diamond Hope diamond Size 09 carats carats 8. Solve = Star of Africa 0 carats Regent or Pitt 0 carats Uncle Sam diamond 0 carats 9. Fill in the blanks. 0. Round.7 to the nearest tenth. mm = cm 00 cm = meters,000 mm = meters
10 . Solve for n. th Grade Summer Mathematics Review #0. What fraction can you add to 7 to get a sum + ( +6) = ( + ) + n of one?. Fill in the blanks to make each equation true. A. (8 + ) + 7 = 8 + ( + 7) B. ( x ) x = x ( x ) C. x ( x ) = ( x ) x. Choose the best unit if weight to measure the items below: oz., lb., or t. a. a butterfly b. a bicycle. Perryville Metro can carry up to 86 people every five minutes. What is the maximum number of people it can carry in a twohour period? 6. Follow the function rule to complete the table.  9 IN OUT 7. Write a decimal and fraction for the shaded part of this model. 8. Cindy saw a newspaper advertisement for King s Cold Cuts. She decided to buy 0.0 lb. of turkey for $.70 and 0.7 lb. of cheese for $.. How many pounds of food did she buy? 9.,7.0 a. What digit is in the thousands place? 0. I am thinking of two numbers. If you add them you get, multiply them you get 6, subtract them you get 9, and divide them you get. What are the two numbers? b. What digit is in the tenths place?
11 Review #. A. B. 9 C. 8 D. 6.. Multiply by, add 7. 0,96.,,,,6,8,, ,,,8,6, GCF: 8. 0 times, see student work 9. answers will vary. 0. miles a) b) c) Fourth Grade Mathematics Summer Review ANSWER KEY Review #6. Kyle by. seconds 6. 7 miles. line VU and line XC 7. ; add. Q, D, N, P 8. Any # between 8,0 & 8,0. a) 0. b) ,.8, feet 0. see student work Review #.,80, a) b) 6 c). 9,, 7 7. Two million, eight hundred five thousand, seven hundred thirty. B 8. no; needs 7., 9. see student work; /, /8, /. to 0. yes, there s an equal number of 6 s and s Review #. 70, pt. 8,, (sum of previous #s) 7. 0,, 6, 00; times. 9/ = / 8. see student work.,000 grams 9. yards 9 ounces 6 meters pounds 60 inches. 0. ex: /6, /9, /, / Review #. circles. 6. see student work Ex:. J R ¼ 8. 6 cups, cups, quarts, pints = a) 0. b) ,, 9, 6; add 7, subtract Review #. 6 people 6. 0,9; add,subtract,subtract. ex. a)/0 b)6/ c)6/6 7. equally likely. a),06 b) 8 students 8.,,, 6,, 8, a b 9. 60, 80, 600. ex ounces is heavier c d because lbs. is 6 ounces Review #7.,600 (answers will vary) 6. a line continues, a line segment does not. answers will vary 7. < ; / is larger. a) 7 cm b) in 8. see student graph ,9. 0 rafts 0. A Review #8. Ex: 6.,800,00 = 9,00. a) 0.8 b) < ; a) 0.7 b) ft. by ft.; check student work. a) / b) white 9. 9,078 gallons. A 0. first symbols repeat Review #9. ex. a) /0 b) a). b).. a)point b)line c)line segment 7. see student graph. a) > b) > c)= ; ¾ , mm meters meters. 6 cars 0..6 Review # , 7, 9, 6, 8. /7 (or another fraction = to /7) 7. 7/0 and 0.7. A. B. C. 8.. pounds. a) oz. b) lb. 9. a) b) 0. 0, and Student s Signature (optional) Date
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