4th grade math practice 4 covers different questions based on estimating quotient, finding the factors using tree factor method, common factors, finding the factors of a number, finding multiples of a number and geometrical questions.
Test Yourself:
1. Estimate the quotient:
(a) 592 ÷ 28
(b) 679 ÷ 33
2. Mrs. Pal and her daughter Shelly drove 136 kms to visit a friend. How much distance would they have covered by the time they got back?
Choose the correct operation to find the answer.
(a) 136 ÷ 7;
(b) 136 ÷ 2;
(c) 136 + 2;
(d) 136 × 2
3. (a) Write the first three multiple of:
(i) 7 (ii) 9
(b) Find the sum of the first six multiple of 4
4. Write yes or no.
(a) Is 3 a multiple of 9?
(b) The third multiple of 12 is 48.
(c) The smallest multiple of a number is the number itself.
(d) 1 is a multiple of every number
5. Draw a factor tree and find the factors of 24.
6. Find the common factors of 16 and 24.
7. 25 children went on a picnic. Each child ate 8 sweets. How many sweets were eaten? Which numbers are the factors and which number is the multiple?
8. 20 is multiple of which numbers?
9. Write any four factors of the number 50.
10. (a) Draw a polygon of four sides. Name it.
(b)How many sides and vertices does it have?
Answers for the 4th grade math practice 4 are given below so that children get the exact answers to get confirmed after solving the questions.
1. (a) 20
(b) 30
2. 136 × 2
3. (a) (i) 7, 7, 21
(ii) 9, 18, 27
(b) 84
4. (a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Yes
(d) No
5.
6. 1, 2, 4, 8
7. 200 sweets, 25 and 8 are factors, 200 is a multiple
8. 2, 4, 5, 10, 20
9. 1, 2, 5, 10
10. (b) 4 sides, 4 vertices.
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