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1 Mathematics Book 2 May 10 12, 2005 Name 46091

2 Developed and published by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC, a subsidiary of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 20 Ryan Ranch Road, Monterey, California Copyright 2005 by New York State Education Department. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of New York State Education Department.

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5 048A_04M03ftNYS.eps Math, Gr 4, Batch 4 5/23/02 BAW lm, lc 31 Heather has 100 trading cards as shown below. Part A Heather will give her sister 25% of the cards. Draw a ring around the number of cards that Heather will give her sister. Part B What percent of the 100 trading cards will Heather have left after she gives 25% of the cards to her sister? % Go On Session 2 Page 1

6 088A_04m03ftNYS.eps New York State Field Test Grade 4 Math, Batch 6 32 Janet is going lc to lm play the game Lucky Ducks at the fair. To play the game, she will choose one of the rubber ducks in the pool. Each rubber duck in the pool has a colored star underneath it that cannot be seen by the game players. There is a blue star on 1 duck. There is a red star on 2 ducks. There is a green star on 9 ducks. Part A What is the probability that Janet will choose a duck with a red star? Part B What is the probability that Janet will choose a duck that does not have a green star? Page 2 Session 2

7 New York State Math Field Test Grade 4 Batch 1 1/23/02 rg 33 Darryl is learning to play the guitar. Each week, he adds to his daily practice time. His practice table is shown below. DARRYL S GUITAR PRACTICE Week 1 2 Daily Practice Time 12 minutes 15 minutes 3 18 minutes 4 21 minutes If Darryl continues to add to his practice time each week in the same pattern, how many minutes will he be practicing each day in Week 7? minutes On the lines below, explain in words how you found your answer. Session 2 Go On Page 3

8 094A_04mf02NYS.eps NYS Mathematics Field Test Grade 4 Batch jl lm 34 Linda s family is moving. They have packed their kitchen items into the 10 boxes shown in the diagram below. Part A Linda marked 3 of her boxes with a D for dishes. What fractional part of the boxes did she mark with a D? Part B Linda marked the boxes that had food in them with an F. Write an F on 1 of the 5 boxes in the diagram above. Page 4 Session 2

9 35 Use your counters to help you solve this problem. 185A_08M03ftNYS New Todd York State is arranging Field Test 12 chairs into rows. All the rows will have an equal number of Grade chairs. 4 Batch In each 10 box below, show a different way Todd can arrange the chairs. 7/9/02 Use pep a circle lm to show each chair. KEY = 1 chair Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2 Go On Session 2 Page 5

10 022A_04m03ftNYS.eps NYS math Gr4 36 Susan is making Batch a beaded 2 bracelet by following a pattern. She has already completed the first rows gk, 7/19/02 of the bf, bracelet, as lc shown below. Row Part A Draw square and round beads on Row 11 above to show the beads that Susan should use to continue the pattern. Page 6 Session 2

11 Part B On the lines below, explain how you chose which beads to draw on Row 11. Part C How many square beads would there be in Row 16? square beads Session 2 Go On Page 7

12 37 Christi and Amy went to a pet store. Part A Christi bought a bag of hamster food that weighed 2 pounds. Each pound of hamster food costs \$3.50. Write the missing sign (,,, or ) in the box below that would find the total cost of her hamster food. \$ total cost of hamster food Part B Amy bought dog food and birdseed. She paid \$4.00 for the dog food. The total cost for both the dog food and the birdseed was \$ How much money did Amy spend on birdseed? Show your work. \$ Page 8 Session 2

13 179A_04M03ftNYS New York State Field Test Grade 4 Batch Ron 7/9/02 earns pep \$ lm, an hour for doing lc yard work. He needs to earn \$28.00 to buy a soccer uniform. Ron made the table below to record the number of hours he worked and the amount of money he earned each week. RON S YARD WORK Week Hours Worked Money Earned \$8.00 \$4.00 \$6.00 \$28.00 TOTAL How many hours does Ron need to work during Week 4 to earn a total of \$28.00 for these four weeks? Show your work. hours Session 2 Go On Page 9

14 127A1_04mf02NYS.eps New York State Math Field Test Grade 4 Batch 6 39 A grocery store has 3 checkout stands. The table below shows the number of magazines pep sold at each checkout stand in one day. MAGAZINE SALES Magazine Title Number Sold Stand 1 Stand 2 Stand 3 Sports World Craft Fun News Today Part A How many of each kind of magazine were sold at the 3 checkout stands all together? Sports World magazines Craft Fun magazines News Today magazines Page 10 Session 2

15 Part B On the grid below, make a bar graph that shows the total number of each magazine sold at the 3 checkout stands. Be sure to title the graph label the axes graph all the data provide the graph 107A2_04mf02NYS.eps with a scale NYS Mathematics Field Test Grade jl, 1/23/02 pep STOP Session 2 Page 11

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17 Do NOT turn this page until you are told to do so. Go On Session 2 Page 13

18 094A_04m03ftNYS.eps Math, Grade 4, Batch 6 6/10/02 BAW, lc, lc, lc 40 Carly went to the fair. The map below shows the locations of the different rides at the fair. y 5 4 A Roller Coaster B Race Cars 3 2 C Merry-Go-Round 1 D Star Ship E Twister x Part A Carly is on the Merry-Go-Round. What is the ordered pair for the location of the Merry-Go-Round on the map? (, ) Part B Carly wants to go on the ride located at (1, 4) on the map. What ride is it? Page 14 Session 3

19 188A_04m03ftNYS New York State Field Test Grade 4 Math 41 Each 7/9/02 month, pep, Mrs. Feldman lc makes a different number of flashcards. She divides them equally among her 9 students. The table below shows the total number of flashcards Mrs. Feldman made each month for six months. FLASHCARDS Month September October November December January February Total Flashcards Flashcards Each Student Received 8 Complete the table above to show how many flashcards each student received in each of the six months. Go On Session 3 Page 15

20 New York State Field Test Grade 4 Math, Batch 4 05/23/02 jd lm 42 The table below shows how many cartons of juice Sunrise Market sold in one day. JUICE SALES Kind of Juice Cartons Sold Apple Cranberry Grape Orange KEY 2 liters Part A How many liters of grape juice did Sunrise Market sell that day? liters Part B How many more liters of orange juice than liters of cranberry juice did Sunrise Market sell that day? Show your work. liters Page 16 Session 3

21 43 At the beginning of the year, there were 1,945 greeting cards in Annie s gift shop. During the year, she sold 781 cards and ordered 675 more cards for the shop. How many cards were in Annie s gift shop at the end of the year? Show your work. cards Session 3 Go On Page 17

22 Grade 4 Batch 7 6/18/02 pep, lc 44 Ms. Peterson s class sold flower seeds. The graph below shows the number of seed packets sold during 5 days. FLOWER SEED SALES Number of Packets Sold Day Part A What is the difference between the least number of packets sold in one day and the greatest number of packets sold in one day? Show your work. packets Page 18 Session 3

23 Part B What is the mean (average) number of packets sold per day during the 5 days shown? Show your work. packets Session 3 Go On Page 19

24 45 Amber and Luis began reading the same book on Monday. Amber reads 043A_04m03ftNYS two chapters every day until she finishes the book. Luis reads three New chapters York State every Field day Test until he finishes the book. Amber will finish Grade reading 4 Math, the Batch book 4 on Saturday. 5/23/02 pep lm, lc Complete the table below to show the total number of chapters Amber and Luis have completed at the end of each day. CHAPTERS COMPLETED Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Amber 2 4 Luis 3 On what day will Luis finish reading the book? Page 20 Session 3

25 46 Use your counters to help you solve this problem. On Jan s school bus, there are 4 girls and the rest of the students are boys. Exactly 1 of the students on the school bus are girls. 3 Part A How many boys are on Jan s school bus? boys Part B On Jan s school bus, 1 of the girls have the name Ashley. How many girls are 2 named Ashley? girls Session 3 Go On Page 21

26 47 Jacob has \$2.95 in coins. He has 6 quarters and 12 dimes. The rest of his coins are nickels. How many nickels does Jacob have? Show your work. nickels Page 22 Session 3

27 48 Jasmine bought 26 pieces of fruit. She bought 6 oranges. She bought twice as many apples as oranges, and 002A_04mf02NYS twice as many oranges as bananas. She also bought some pears. Batch 7 In the table below, write 5_14_01 the missing no number gk for each type of fruit Jasmine bought. JASMINE S FRUIT Fruit Number Bought Apples Oranges 6 Bananas Pears Total 26 On the lines below, explain how you found the number of pears. Session 3 STOP Page 23

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