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Grade: 4,    Subject: Math,    Topic: Addition Subtraction Decimal
Question 1:
Mr. Johnson gets 8,934; 4,580 and 11005 oranges from his three farms respectively.

Find the total number of oranges he gets from the three farms.


24,01924,519

24,50923,519
 
Question 2:
Add the decimals and round the sum to the nearest whole number?

23.5 + 4.06 + 43 = ?


71.5570

70.5471
 
Question 3:
Blaze went to an aquarium with $56 in his wallet. After buying an aquarium ticket and snacks, he had $16.50 left.

If the ticket cost $29.50, which option shows one way to find the amount in dollars that Blaze spent on snacks?


$56 + $16.50 + $29.50$56 - $16.50 - $29.50

$56 + $16.50 - $29.50$56 - $16.50 + $29.50
 
Question 4:
In which number sentence does 33.35 make the equation true?


44.65  +  ?  =  75.938.55  +   ?  =  71.52

51.25  +  ?  =  86.4541.65  +   ?  =  75
 
Question 5:
Which equation is NOT true?


(178 - 31) + 21 = 178 - (31 + 21)164 + 379 = 379 + 164

(180 + 60) + 40 = 180 + (60 + 40)8 x (4 x 7) = (8 x 4) x 7
 
Question 6:
Emily bought a bag for $28.99, a belt for $12.95 and a bath rug for $16.50.

How much money did she spend altogether?


$57.44$58.04

$58.44$58.74
 
Question 7:
Which expression does NOT equal to 75.68?


98.35 - 22.67109.94 - 34.26

211.20 - 135.52140.45 - 64.72
 
Question 8:

 

5.5424.542

5.6425.540
 
Question 9:
80.81 − 39.38 is a little more than which of the following numbers?


5060

4010
 
Question 10:
A team of farm workers is packing bananas into cartons. The farm has 45 dozens of bananas altogether. So far, the workers have packed 445 of those bananas.

How many bananas still have to be packed?


8535

95105
 
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