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North Carolina READY End-of-Grade Assessment Mathematics

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GRADE 4 MATHEMATICS—RELEASED FORM

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S1 Which number is the smallest? A B C D 51 62 73 84

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5 6 7 8

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What is 3 + 4?

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Mrs. Harper ordered 3 different colors of markers.
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She ordered 25 of each color marker. She also ordered some pencils. She ordered 3 times as many pencils as markers.

How many pencils did Mrs. Harper order? A B C D 675 225

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Patrick is buying cheese for a party.
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Cheese is sold only in 8- and 12-ounce packages.

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three 12-ounce packages and two 8-ounce packages five 12-ounce packages

two 12-ounce packages and three 8-ounce packages seven 8-ounce packages

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Which choice shows the least amount of cheese Patrick can buy to have enough for the party?

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He needs to buy 50 ounces of cheese.

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A stadium can hold 20,000 people when it is full. The table below shows the number of people that attended concerts at the stadium over a 3-day period. Day Friday Saturday Sunday Number of People 17,563 18,126 16,618

If the stadium had been full for each of the concerts, how many more people would have attended the concerts over the same 3-day period? A B C D 7,693 7,692 7,593 7,592

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A store sold 336 DVD players last year.



The store sold the same number of each brand of DVD player.

How many of each brand of DVD player did the store sell? A B C D 40

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