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I used this in my 4th grade math class.

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  • 1. Twenty Questions Subject: TAKS Review for 4 th Grade Math
  • 2. Twenty Questions 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • 3. Which number has at least 1 line of symmetry?
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • 4. There are 9 tables in a restaurant. Each table can seat only 6 people. Which number sentence shows how to find the greatest number of people who can be seated in the restaurant at one time?
    • 6 + 9 =
    • 9 - 6 =
    • 9÷6 =
    • 6 × 9 =
  • 5. The feathers will be divided equally among 12 students. How many feathers will each student get?
    • 2
    • 3
    • 12
    • 36
  • 6. A beetle crawled up and down a plant 4 times each day for a week. What information is needed to find the total distance the beetle traveled during the week?
    • The plant’s height
    • The beetle’s length
    • The weather during the week
    • The type of plant
  • 7. Jenna has 12 days left to read a 192-page book for a report. She has already read 60 pages. Which would be the best way for Jenna to find how many pages she should read each day to finish the book on time?
    • Subtract 12 from 192 and then divide by 60
    • Multiply 60 by 12
    • Divide 192 by 12
    • Subtract 60 from 192 and then divide by 12
  • 8. Callie is measuring an object’s mass in grams. Which of the following objects is she most likely measuring?
    • Her desk at school
    • The pen from her pocket
    • A dictionary at the library
    • Her mother’s car
  • 9. Don can ride his bike 19 miles in one hour. If he rides at the same speed, about how many miles can he ride in 3 hours?
    • 6 miles
    • 40 miles
    • 60 miles
    • 75 miles
  • 10. A cafeteria manager purchases bananas only in 12-pound boxes. If the manager purchases 100 boxes of bananas in a year, how many pounds of bananas does she purchase?
    • 1,200 pounds
    • 1,012 pounds
    • 120 pounds
    • 112 pounds
  • 11. The table below shows the years on the pennies Kim has in her pocket. If Kim reaches into her pocket and pulls out 1 penny without looking, what is the probability that the year on the penny will be 1999?
    • 2 out of 6
    • 2 out of 10
    • 2 out of 12
    • 2 out of 13
    2 1999 3 2 1995 1998 2 2 1 1987 1992 1994 Number of Pennies Year on Penny
  • 12. In which sentence does 3 make the equation true?
    • 21 ÷ □ = 7
    • 21 x 7 = □
    • □ x 21 = 7
    • □ ÷ 7 = 21
  • 13. Which single transformation is represented from the figures below?
    • Translation
    • Rotation
    • Reflection
    • Not here
  • 14. The table below shows the distance in feet climbed by 4 rock climbers. Which is the best estimate of how many more feet Li climbed that Juan?
    • 8,000 feet
    • 9,000 feet
    • 10,000 feet
    • 11,000 feet
    22,966 Li 15,075 Pete 18,389 Barbara 12,692 Juan Distance Climbed (feet) Climber
  • 15. The table below shows the number of tickets sold over a 4-month period at an amusement park. Which list shows the months in order from least to greatest number of tickets sold?
    • July, June, August, May
    • May, August, June, July
    • July, June, May, August
    • August, May, June, July
    41,102 August 34,999 July 36,489 June 39,001 May Number of Tickets Sold Month
  • 16. A car wash uses about 578 towels each day. If 6 towels are used each time a car is washed, which is the best estimate of the number of cars that are washed each day?
    • 3,000
    • 6,000
    • 200
    • 100
  • 17. An office building has 16 floors. There are 100 offices on each floor. How many offices are in this building?
    • 1,600
    • 160
    • 16,000
    • 116
  • 18. Which point best represents 36.7 on the number line below? l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 36 W X Y Z 37 37.3
    • Point W
    • Point X
    • Point Y
    • Point Z
  • 19. Look at the rectangle below. Which statement about the line segments in this rectangle is true?
    • Line segments KQ and MS are parallel.
    • Line segments MK and PS are parallel.
    • Line segments NQ and LR are perpendicular.
    • Line segments SQ and LK are perpendicular.
    M P S R Q N K L
  • 20. Sara has a ribbon that is 48 inches in length. What is the length in feet of Sara’s ribbon?
    • 4 feet
    • 60 feet
    • 576 feet
    • 16 feet
  • 21. Jose bought some tokens to play video games at the mall. Then he found 2 tokens on the floor. He used 8 tokens to play video games. If Jose had 6 tokens when he went home, how many tokens did he buy?
    • 12
    • 14
    • 16
    • 10
  • 22. Kirk has 2 dogs named Fido and Lady. Fido eats twice as much dog food as Lady eats. If lady eats 3 cups of food, which of the following can Kirk use to find how many cups of food in all Fido and Lady eat?
    • Multiply 2 by 3
    • Add 2 to 3
    • Multiply 2 by 3 and then add 3
    • Add 3 to 3 and then subtract 2