## Envision Math 4th Grade Textbook Answer Key Topic 2 Test Prep

**Test Prep**

Question 1.

Joe got 9,867 points playing a video game, and Shari got 7,375 points. How many more points did Joe get than Shari? (2-7)

A. 2,592

B. 2,512

C. 2,492

D. 1,492

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Question 2.

The table shows tickets sold to the school play. Which is the best estimate of the total tickets sold? (2-4)

A. 1,100

B. 1,000

C. 900

D. 800

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Question 3.

Dan bought a 3-ring binder for $4, a package of pencils for $1, and two packages of paper. What information is needed to find the total amount Dan spent before tax? (2-5)

A. The cost of a package of paper

B. The cost of a package of erasers

C. The color of the binder

D. How much money Dan gave the clerk

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Question 4.

The U. S. Constitution contains 4,543 words, including the signatures. What is 4,543 rounded to the nearest hundred? (2-1)

A. 4,000

B. 4,500

C. 4,540

D. 4,600

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Question 5.

To find 239 + 149, Garrett made a multiple of ten, as shown below. What is the missing number? (2-3)

239 + 149 = 240 + = 388

A. 129

B. 130

C. 147

D. 148

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Question 6.

A musical group made 8,000 copies of a CD. By the end of the year, the group sold 6,280 copies. How many copies did they have left to sell? (2-8)

A. 2,720

B. 2,280

C. 1,820

D. 1,720

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Question 7.

What is 500-126? (2-8)

A. 626

B. 484

C. 426

D. 374

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Question 8.

In April, 5,326 books were checked out of the library. In May, 3,294 books were checked out. How many books were checked out in all? (2-6)

A. 8,620

B. 8,610

C. 8,520

D. 8,510

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Question 9.

What number makes the number sentence true? (2-3)

28 + 79 = + 28

A. 51

B. 78

C. 79

D. 107

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Question 10.

What is 22,456 + 694 + 1,121? (2-6)

A. 24,271

B. 24,171

C. 23,271

D. 23,161

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Question 11.

The last total solar eclipse seen in Phoenix, Arizona, was in 1806. The next one will not be seen until 2205. Which number sentence shows the best way to estimate the number of years between the eclipses, using rounding? (2-4)

A. 2000 – 1800 = 200

B. 2200 – 1810 = 390

C. 2210 – 1810 = 400

D. 2210 – 1800 = 410

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Question 12.

Daria’s book has 323 pages. She has read 141 pages. Which picture models how to find the number of pages she has left to read? (2-9)

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Question 13.

Last month, Mr. Chase’s class read a total of 6,437 pages. This month, they read 3,529 pages. How many more pages do the students need to read to reach the total from last month? (2-7)

A. 2,908

B. 2,912

C. 3,108

D. 3,112

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Question 14.

What is 543,259,809 rounded to the nearest ten thousand? (2-2)

A. 540,000,000

B. 543,250,000

C. 543,259,810

D. 543,260,000

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