Math Grade 4 Quiz Multiplicative Comparison – 4.OA.A.2
This standard focuses on solving word problems that involve multiplicative comparison, meaning the comparison of two quantities by showing that one quantity is a specified number of times larger or smaller than the other. Students are encouraged to use drawings and equations with symbols for unknown numbers to represent these problems, clearly differentiating between multiplicative (times as much) and additive (more) comparisons.
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Sarah has 4 times as many books as Peter. If Peter has 3 books, how many books does Sarah have?
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A tree is 5 times taller than a bush. If the bush is 2 feet tall, how tall is the tree?
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If a bag of apples is 4 times heavier than a bag of oranges, and the bag of oranges weighs 2 pounds, how much does the bag of apples weigh?
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A car travels 3 times faster than a bike. The bike’s speed is 10 miles per hour. How fast does the car travel?
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A library has 5 times more books than a bookstore. If the bookstore has 120 books, how many books does the library have?
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One recipe requires 3 times as many eggs as another recipe that requires 2 eggs. How many eggs does the first recipe require?
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A train travels 4 times as far as a bus. If the bus travels 15 miles, how far does the train travel?
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A watermelon is 3 times heavier than an apple. If the apple weighs 0.5 pounds, how much does the watermelon weigh?
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A movie theater has 4 times as many seats as a bus. If the bus has 10 seats, how many seats does the movie theater have?
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If a blueberry pie requires 3 times as many blueberries as a strawberry pie that needs 50 strawberries, how many blueberries does it require?
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