## Envision Math 4th Grade Textbook Answer Key Topic 1 Test Prep

Test Prep

Question 1.
Which of the following is another way to write the numeral 10,220? (1-1)
A. One thousand, two hundred twenty
B. Ten thousand, two hundred two
C. Ten thousand, two hundred twenty
D. Ten thousand, twenty-two

Question 2.
Which statement is true? (1-4)
A. 230,400 > 234,000
B. 230,400 < 230,040 C. 230,040 > 230,004
D. 234,000 > 230,040

Question 3.
Betsy is making a flag. She can choose three colors from red, white, blue, and yellow. How many choices does Betsy have? (1-5)
A. 3
B. 4
C. 6
D. 24

Question 4.
The diameter of Saturn at its equator is 120,536 kilometers. Which of the following is greater than 120,536? (1-4)
A. 126,600
B. 120,535
C. 102,660
D. 106,260

Question 5.
California has about forty million, two hundred thousand acres of forested land. Which of the following is this number in standard form? (1-2)
A. 40,200
B. 40,000,200
C. 40,020,000
D. 40,200,000

Question 6.
The table shows the areas of four states. Which of the four states has the least area? (1-3)

A. Montana
B. Oklahoma
C. Oregon
D. California

Question 7.
What number is best represented by Point P on the number line? (1-1)

A. 378
B. 382
C. 388
D. 392

Question 8.
In 2000, the population of the city of Los Angeles, California was 3,694,820. Which number is less than 3,694,820? (1-3)
A. 3,699,280
B. 3,697,082
C. 3,691,028
D. 3,696,820

Question 9.
Carrie has 340 marbles to put in vases. The vases hold either 100 or 10 marbles each. Which is a way she can arrange the marbles? (1-5)
A. 34 hundreds
B. 3 hundreds 40 tens
C. 1 hundred 24 tens
D. 2 hundreds 24 tens

Question 10.
The table shows the areas of four countries in Europe. Which of the four countries has the greatest area? (1-3)

A. Finland
B. Germany
C. Norway
D. Poland

Question 11.
The place-value chart shows how many feet above sea level Mt. McKinley, the highest point in the United States, is. Which of the following is another way to write the number in the place-value chart? (1-1)

A. 20,000 + 300 + 20
B. 20,000 + 3,000 + 200
C. 2,000 + 300 + 20
D. 2,000 + 30 + 2