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# Math

4th Primary

Model Exam 1
1- Complete:
a- 73944 1000 =

## (to the nearest

b- 2 589 + 3 456 =

c-

(in digits)

d-

e-

f-

h-

## (as decimal number)

2- Compare:
a-

Nine hundredths

bc- 2
d- 6.98 10

69.8 100

e- 876 100

876 1000

f- 1

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## 3- Choose the correct answer:

a- 326 piaster , to the nearest LE

( 3.26 LE 3 LE 4 LE)

b-

## ( 0.002 2000 0.02 )

d- 739 hundredths =

## ( 7.39 73.9 73900 )

e- The decimal number that lies between 0.85 and 0.9 is ( 0.1 0.8 0.87 )
4- Mona has 500 pounds. She wants to buy a dress for LE 110.5, a scarf
for LE 35.9 and a book for PT 480. Can she buy all what she wants?

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Model Exam 2
a- The value of 7 in 793.25 is

b- 7.07 =

(7

c- 66.66 =

d- 8 =

( 32 24 2 )

2- Compare:
a-

0.9 0.5

d- 17.25

12.173

b- 8

8 + 0.6

e- LE 4

PT 475

c- 7.125

f- 3.14

3.2

3- Complete:
a- 976

b- 6 234 10 =

c- 6299 m

## (to the nearest km)

d- In the number 398.76 the tenth digit is and the tens digit is
e- 9

87

## (to the nearest ten)

4- A) Noha has 987 pounds. She bought a bag for 88 pounds and a note book
for 745 piaster. How much money were left with her?
B) Arrange in descending order:
0.876 , Fifty six hundredths , 0.34 , (1.6 0.6)

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## 5- If the distance between 2 cities is 7654 meters, approximate this distance to

the nearest kilo meter.

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Model Exam 3
1- Complete:
a- 8 308 000 398 000 =
b- 34.98 10 =
c- 783 piaster

## (to the nearest hundred thousand)

(to the nearest one decimal place)
(to the nearest LE)

d- 41 567 1 000 =

## (to the nearest

e- 8 943.52 9 000
f- The place value of 5 in 2.357 is
a- 8.2 < < 8.22

b- 215 tenths =

c- 3.25 = 6.93

d-

## ( 11.5 2.2 0.22 )

=
3

23

13

e- 2
=
( 5
5 25 )
5
3- A train covers 9854 m in 1st hour and 8754 m in 2nd hour. Find the distance
covered in the 2 hours approximating to the nearest km.
4- Find the missing digits:
3.7

a- 3.7

b- 2
c-

0

d-

9 . 5 1
+

5 .

1 . 4 1 3

14 . 2 4 2

. 3

24.12 , 24

## , 47.102 , Forty two and one tenth

B) Heba has PT 938 and her friend Angie has PT 236 piaster. Find the sum of
what they both have approximately to the nearest pounds.

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Model Exam 4
1- Complete:
a- 700 000 65 093 =
(to the nearest ten)
b- 362.6 + 29.1 =
(to the nearest unit)
c- 51.926 51.930
(to the nearest )
d- In the number 471.365 the hundred digit is and the hundredths digit is
e-

## 2- A) Put the suitable sign >, < or =:

a- 1 0.2

1 and 2 tenths

c- 2450 m

b-

10

d- 66.3 100

e-

25
10

2 km
6.63 10

0.25

3- Put ( ) for the correct statement and ( ) for the incorrect one and correct
the wrong statement:
a- 562 380 approximated to the nearest hundred thousand is 500 000

## e- Thirty five hundredths in digit is 1.35

4- Aly spend 125 minutes in studying the Math, approximate this time to the
nearest hour.
5- In a school there are 30 classes, each class has 25 students.
Find the total number of students to the nearest 100.
6- Arrange in descending order:
7

, 17.01 , 3.7 , 7

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1- Complete:
a73.944 73.900
b-

6 045 6 000

c-

0.35
1
2

de-

f-

= =7

g-

01

h2-

W
4
4 17
-16

= 1.36

Compare:
a16
bc-

>

0.09
54

<
<

d- 69.8

<

698

e- 8.76

>

0.876

f-

<

## 3- Choose the correct answer:

a- 3 L.E.
bc- 0.002
d- 7.39
e- 0.87
4- She will pay = 110.5 + 35.9 + 4.80 = 151.2 L.E.
Yes, she can 500 > 151.2 L.E.

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a- 700
b- 7
c- 66.66 =

6666
100

d- 8 4 = 32
2- Compare:
a-

= 0.4

b- 8.06

0.4

d- 17.25

>

12.173

<

8.60

e- LE 4

PT 475

<

3.20

## 4.75 100 = 475 PT

c- 7.125

1 125

=7

= 7.125

f- 3.14

8 125

3- Complete:
a- 976 = 976

= 976.75 976.80

b- 623.4 600
c- 6299 1000 = 6.299 m 6 Km
d- 7 , 9
e- 9 8 7 2 9 8 7 0
4- A) 745 PT 745 100 = 7.45 pounds.
She paid = 88.00 + 7.45 = 95.45 pounds.
The money left = 987.00 95.45 = 891.55 pounds.
B) 1.000 , 0.876 , 0.560 , 0.340 ,
1 , 0.876 , 0.56 , 0.34
5- The distance in Km = 7654 1000 = 7.654 Km 8 Km

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1- Complete:
a- 7 910 000 7 900 000
b- 349.8 349.8
c- 783 100 = 7.83 LE 8 LE
d- 41.567 41.570
e- Thousand.
5
f- Hundredths , 100
= 0.05
a- 8.20 < 8.21 < 8.22
bc- 3.25 + 6.93 = 10.18
de-

= 2.2

13
5

## 3- 9854 + 8754 = 18 608 m = 18 608 1000 = 18.608 km 19 km

4- Find the missing digits:
a- 3.7 2 3.7

b- 2 9 7 3 0 0

c-

d-

9 . 5 1 1
+4 . 7 3 1
14 . 2 4 2

5 . 7 8 0
1 . 4 1 3
4 . 3 6 7

## 5- A) 24.120 , 24.100 , 47.102 , 42.100

24.1
, 24.12 , 42.1 , 47.102
B) 938 + 236 = 1174 PT = 1174 100 = 11.74 LE 12 LE

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1- Complete:
a- 634 907 634 910
b- 391.7 392
c- Hundredths.
d- 4 , 6
e-

= 3.34

## 2- A) Put the suitable sign >, < or =:

a- 1.0 0.2 = 0.8

<

b-

e-

25
10

= 2.5

1.2

c- 2.450 km

>

2 km

d- 6630

>

66.3

0.25

>

3- Put ( ) for the correct statement and ( ) for the incorrect one and correct
the wrong statement:
a- 600 000
b- 18.070 8.007 = 10.063
c- 3 < 3.9 < 4
d- 0.08
e- 0.35
4- 125 60 = 25 12 = 2

minutes 2 hours

## 5- The total number of students = 30 25 = 750 students 800 students

6The order:

7.10
, 7.01 , 3.70 , 7.40
17.01 , 7 .4 , 7.1 , 3.7

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