Math Grade 4 Quiz Multi step Word Problems – 4.OA.A.3
This standard requires students to solve multistep word problems using the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), with a focus on problems that involve whole numbers and yield wholenumber answers. Students need to interpret remainders within the context, represent problems using equations with a variable for the unknown quantity, and assess the reasonableness of their answers through mental math, estimation strategies, and rounding.
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A farmer harvested 200 pounds of apples. He sold 3/4 of them and then bought another 50 pounds. How many pounds of apples does he have now?
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A factory produces 250 toys per hour. If it operates for 8 hours a day and 20% are defective, how many good toys are produced in a day?
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Lisa reads 20 pages of a book each day. The book has 350 pages. How many days will it take her to read the whole book?
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4. Question
A car travels 360 miles on 15 gallons of gas. How many miles can the car travel on 5 gallons of gas?
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5. Question
A bakery used 8 bags of flour, each weighing 12 pounds. If 1/3 of it was used for bread, how many pounds of flour were used for other products?
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6. Question
A movie theater has 150 seats. During a show, 2/5 of the seats were empty. How many seats were occupied?
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7. Question
A school has 480 students and 16 teachers. If the same number of students is divided into each class, how many students are in each class?
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A boy has 80 dollars. He spends 1/4 of his money on a game and then 1/3 of the remaining money on a book. How much money does he have left?
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A tank has 600 liters of water. If 1/5 is used every day, how many liters are left after 2 days?
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A school ordered 9 boxes of pencils, each containing 150 pencils. The students already have 80 pencils. How many pencils do they have in total?
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