# 4th Grade Daily Smarts - Week 11

```SMART* Math 4 – Week 11
Directions: Complete all problems each day. Show your work.
Remember to study for your quiz.
Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________________
1.
2.
3. How is the 2 in the
Day 1
943
x 2
800,000
- 638,745
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4. Dante scored 2,347 points in a video game. 5. Joey and his 5 friends are looking at their baseball
That was 1,356 more points than Max’s score
on the same video game. How many points did
Max score?
cards. The children have 42 cards in all. If each child
has the same number of cards, how many baseball
cards does each child have?
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1.
2.
297,524
+ 572,258
Day 2
number 2,058 different from
the 2 in 528?
3. Round 888,888 to the
89 x 9 = _____
4.
nearest ten thousand.
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There are 32 desks in Mrs. Jones’s
classroom. If Mrs. Jones puts 8 desks in each
row, how many rows are there?
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and 419 fifth graders at Pine Ridge Elementary
School. The third and fourth graders are performing
a musical. About how many total students will be
performing in the musical?
SMART* Math 4 – Week 11
1.
2.
Day 3
28
x 12
3. There are 27 china dolls in
a display case. If the dolls are
arranged on 3 shelves, how
many dolls will be on each
shelf?
200,003
- 85,675
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4. Sheryl read 942 pages of her class novel.
5. Greg owns 56 CDs, Jessi owns 64 CDs, and
That is 256 more pages than what Pam read.
How many pages did Pam read in the novel?
Angie owns 79 CDs. How many CDs do Angie and
Jessi own together?
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1.
4.
2.
66
x 5
704,002
- 386,273
Consider Jake and Riley’s numbers:
Jake’s number
Riley’s number
45,932
24,395
Day 4
Circle the letter(s) of the true statement(s).
A. The 3 in Jake’s number has 10 times the value
of the 3 in Riley’s number.
3. Write all of the factors of 47 and then
tell if it is prime or composite.
B. The 9 in Jake’s number has 10 times the value
of the 9 in Riley’s number.
C. The 4 in Jake’s number has 10 times the value
of the 4 in Riley’s number.
Choose one of the true statements and use
numbers, pictures, and words to show how you
know it is true.
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SMART* Math 4 – Week 11
Assessment
Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________________
1.
2.
200,103
- 186,274
3.
84 x 45 =
728 x 3 =
4. Round 382,957 to the nearest ten
thousand.
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5. Write all of the factors for 45 and then
tell if it is prime or composite.
6. There are 28 mats in Mrs. Maddox’s classroom. If
she wants to have 4 rows of mats on the floor,
how many will be in each row?
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7. There are 73 ping pong balls, 27 paddles, 46
baseballs, and 83 tennis balls in a bucket.
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9. JR and his six friends bought a package with 63
packs of gum. If each child will get the same
number of packs, how many packs of gum will
each child get?
8. How is the 8 in 9,358 different from the 8
in 6,864?
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10. Gary and Val are reading the same novel. Gary
has read 658 pages. That is 239 more pages than