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Year End Test I

Year-End Test IYear-End Test 1 covers concepts taught up to this point. This table shows which test question covers which concept, and where the concept was first taught.

For problems #16 - #18 if you have not taught percentages, have your students find the equivalent fraction when the denominator is 100 instead.

Q# Lesson Concept TEKS Standard

1 13 Add 4-digit numbers 4.4A

2 13 Add 4-digit numbers 4.4A

3 36 Subtract 4-digit numbers 4.4A

4 36 Subtract 4-digit numbers \$ 4.4A

5 36 Multiply a 3-digit by a 1-digit 4.4D

6 84 Multiply a 2-digit by a 2-digit 4.4D

7 84 Multiply a 2-digit by a 2-digit 4.4D

8 116 Multiply a 3-digit by a 2-digit \$ 4.4D

9 91 Calculate lowest common multiple 4.4C, 4.4D, 4.4E, 4.4F

10 50 6-digit number words 4.2A, 4.2B

11 50 6-digit number words 4.2A, 4.2B

12 102 Recognize the trillions place 4.2A, 4.2B

13 37 Measurement equivalents for ft, in and yd 4.8A, 4.8B, 4.8C

14 87 Measurement equivalent for gal & qt 4.8A, 4.8B, 4.8C

15 87 Measurement equivalents for oz, lb and tons 4.8A, 4.8B, 4.8C

16 127 Convert a fraction to a percent 4.3A, 4.3C, 4.3D, 8.2D

17 127 Convert a fraction to a percent 4.3A, 4.3C, 4.3D, 8.2D

18 127 Convert a fraction to a percent 4.3A, 4.3C, 4.3D, 8.2D

19 11 Money number words 4.2B, 4.2E

20 109 Divide dollars by dollars 4.2E, 4.4E, 4.8C

21 113 Fill in missing numbers counting by a pattern 4.5B

22 48 Fill in missing 3-digit numbers counting by 8 4.5B

23 103 Fill in missing 3-digit numbers counting by 12 4.5B

24 55 Round to the nearest dollar 4.2D, 4.4G

25 50 6-digit numbers given by place value 4.2A, 4.2B

26 50 6-digit numbers given by place value 4.2A, 4.2B

= This is an accelerated Excel Math concept that goes beyond TEKS for Grade 4.

*5.1A - G = Mathematical Processes (see introductory page i.5)

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Q# Lesson Concept TEKS Standard

27 72 Select the equation to solve a word problem 4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4H

28 41 Story problem - reasoning 4.1A-G;* 4.5A

29 31 2-step story problem, multiply and divide 4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4E, 4.4F. 4.4H

30 4 Story problem - deductive reasoning 4.1A-G;* 4.5A

31 85 Write decimal numbers given by place value 4.2A, 4.2B, 4.2E

32 85 Write decimal numbers given by place value 4.2A, 4.2B, 4.2E

33 86 Add and subtract decimal numbers 4.2A, 4.2B, 4.4A

34 77 Story problem - evaluate possibilities 4.1A-G;* 4.4A, 4.5A

35 121 Measurement conversions 4.1A-G;* 4.8A, 4.8B, 4.8C

36 66 1-step calendar story problem, multiply 4.1A-G;* 4.2D, 4.8C

37 92 Story problem - rate and time 4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4E, 4.4F, 4.4H, 4.5A, 4.8C

38 90 Story problem - determine the question 4.1A-G;* 4.5A, 4.8C

39 31 3-step story problem, add, subtract, multiply 4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4H, 4.5A

40 122 Story problem - calculate average 4.1A-G;* 4.4E, 4.4F, 4.5A

41 69 Story problem - estimate 4.1A-G;* 4.2D, 4.4G

42 31 3-step story problem, subtract and multiply 4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4H, 4.5A

43 31 4-step story problem, add, subtract, multiply, divide

4.1A-G;* 4.4D, 4.4E, 4.4F, 4.4H, 4.5A

44 69 Story problem - estimate 4.1A-G;* 4.2D, 4.4G

45 13 2-step story problem, add or subtract money 4.1A-G;* 4.4A, 4.5A

Year-End Test 1 has 45 problems. The score on this test should be combined with the score on Year-end Test 2, which has 55 problems. The combined total is 100 points.

(If you omit the starred questions, the combined total will be 87 points).

The balance of the concepts will be tested on Year-End Test 2.

Year-End Test 1 Concepts, continued

*5.1A - G = Mathematical Processes (see introductory page i.5)

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= This is an accelerated Excel Math concept that goes beyond TEKS for Grade 4.