A set of grade 4 math questions on operations on numbers, converting units, algebraic expressions, evaluation of algebraic expressions, problems are presented along with their answers.

## Questions

1. The cost of buying a tall building is one hundred twenty one million dollars. Write this number in standard form using digits.

2. Order from greatest to least the fractions 1/3 , 1/6 , 1/2 , 1/7.

3. When you subtract 1,995 from 4,008, the answer is equal to

4. How many milliliters in one liter?

5. Round 312.92 to the nearest whole number.

6. If you add 1,000 to 29,898, you obtain

7. Convert 5/10 to decimal.

8. There are 61 boxes of pencils in a store. There are 14 pencils in each box. How many pencils are in the store?

9. There are 24 hours in one day, and 3,600 seconds in one hour. How many seconds are in one day?

10. Julia read a book in 20 days. She read 16 pages every day for the first 15 days, and 18 pages everyday for the last 5 days. How many pages did Julia read?

11. 64 sweets are put in boxes that contain 8 sweets each. How many boxes are needed?

12. If 6 children share 145 sweets equally, how many sweets will remain?

13. Which of these is the same as 8 x 9
1. 4 x 4 x 9
2. 2 x 4 x 9
3. 3 x 4 x 9
4. 2 x 2 x 9

14. What is n if 9 × n = 108

15. What is the value of (14 + 5) - (5 - 2)

16. 2 × (14 + 5) - 7 =

17. What is the value of 23 - (10 - a) if a = 5?

18. If z + y = 20 and y = 5, what is z?

19. What is S if 6 × 4 = 3 × S?

1. \$121,000,000
2. 1/2 , 1/3 , 1/6 , 1/7
3. 4,008 - 1,995 = 2,013
4. 1000 milliliters = 1 Liter
5. 313
6. 29,898 + 1,000 = 30,898
7. 0.5
8. 61 x 14 = 854 pencils
9. 24 x 3,600 = 86,400 seconds in one day
10. 16 x 15 + 18 x 5 = 240 + 90 = 330
11. 64 / 8 = 8 boxes
12. 145 = 6 x 24 + 1 , 1 sweet remains.
13. B
14. 12
15. 16
16. 31
17. 18
18. 15
19. 8