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# Dmr week3

## by Paula Naugle, Teacher at JPPSS - Bissonet Plaza on Jul 08, 2010

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• Daily Math Review Ms. Naugle Grade 4 Week 3
• Monday – Complete this work in your math journal. Remember to put the date .
• 1. Write these in standard form:
• twelve thousand, ninety-nine
• thirty-five thousand, seven hundred twenty
• 2. Tom bought a book for \$9.99 and a magazine for \$4.95. How much change did he get back from \$20.00? Show his change with the fewest bills and coins.
• 3. How much will 4 notebooks cost if each notebook is \$1.49?
• 4. Write the numbers in the chart as standard decimals and as money amounts.
7 0 . 8 8 6 . 5 hundredths tenths . ones
• Tuesday – Complete this work in your math journal. Remember to put the date .
• 1. Write these numbers in expanded form:
• 33,333
• 56,909
• 2. Show \$6.87 with the fewest bills and coins.
• 3. John bought 3 candy bars for \$.79 each. How much change will he get back from \$5.00?
• 4. Which of these numbers are odd? 455; 567; 656; 930
• 5. Solve these problems:
• 400 – 246 =
• 56 + 43 + 28 =
• Wednesday – Complete this work in your math journal. Remember to put the date .
• Two one dollar bills, three quarters, one dime, one nickel and two pennies equals what amount of money?
• You buy three pencils which cost \$.59 each. How much change do you get back from five dollars?
• You buy a book for \$3.99, a notebook for \$2.89, and a pencil case for \$2.35. Estimate how much money you need.
• Round 3,567 to the nearest 10.
• Round 3,567 to the nearest 1000.
• Complete this equation: 12 + n = 20
• Complete this pattern:
• 6, 9, 12, 15, ____, ____, ____
• Thursday – Complete this work in your math journal. Remember to put the date .
• Round these numbers to the nearest thousand:
• 23,876
• 43,499
• Third grade read 234 books in August and fourth grade read 367 books. Estimate how many books were read altogether.
• How much money does three one dollar bills, two quarters, one dime, one nickel, and three pennies equal?
• Solve for n.
• 17 – n = 9
• n + 3 = 11
• Friday - Complete this work in your journal. Remember to put the date . Draw a picture to show \$3.33 with the fewest bills and coins.
• Write these in standard form:
• twenty-two thousand, two hundred two
• twelve thousand, twenty
Estimate how much three notebooks that cost \$1.89 each would cost you. You spent \$6. 08. What is your change from a ten dollar bill? \$5.92 9 4 3 Hundredths Tenths Ones Amounts