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Grade 4
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National Curriculum
Competitive Exams
Large Numbers
Sample Question
The number 8522448 in expanded form is represented as :
A.
1
8522448
B.
eight million five hundred twenty-two thousand four hundred forty-eight
C.
8522448
D.
8000000 + 500000 + 20000 + 2000 + 400 + 40 + 8
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Roman Numerals
Sample Question
Norah and Yaser competed in a 1 km race. Norah completed the race in CXCVI seconds and Yaser completed it in CCLIV seconds. By how many seconds (in Roman numerals) was Norah ahead of Yaser?
A.
LVII
B.
LIX
C.
LVIII
D.
LXV
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Addition
Sample Question
8000 more than 2568440 is
A.
2576440
B.
8000
C.
2648440
D.
25692400
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Subtraction
Sample Question
The population of a town is 1893066. If there are 991379 adults in the town, how many children are there in the town?
A.
903554
B.
901687
C.
902131
D.
899982
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First three months in school
Sample Question
9000 more than 2860728 is
A.
2950728
B.
2869728
C.
9000
D.
2860728
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Multiplication
Sample Question
Nadia multiplies the fourth multiple of 6 by the seventh multiple of 6. What will be the result?
A.
1008
B.
1260
C.
864
D.
756
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Division
Sample Question
72 doctors travel together by air for a conference. If the total bill of their air tickets is SR50544, how much does each doctor pay?
A.
702
B.
946
C.
685
D.
3639168
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Unitary Method
Sample Question
If 16 Kgs. of wheat is required to make food for 368 people, then how many kilograms will be needed to make food for 1840 people?
A.
70 Kgs
B.
80 Kgs
C.
84 Kgs
D.
78 Kgs
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Geometry
Sample Question
Which of the following has a length that can be measured:
A.
Plane
B.
Ray
C.
Line
D.
Line Segment
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Time
Sample Question
Dia starts his studies at 09:55 PM and continues it till 11:45 PM. How long does he study?
A.
1 hours and 50 minutes
B.
0 hours and 50 minutes
C.
1 hours and 10 minutes
D.
2 hours and 50 minutes
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2nd three months in school
Sample Question
Saad paid SR65 to the shopkeeper to buy 5 pens. What is the cost of each pen?
A.
SR 13
B.
SR 17
C.
SR 325
D.
SR 4
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Properties of Whole Numbers
Sample Question
If the sum of all factors of the number including 1 and the number itself is equal to twice the number, the number is called:
A.
Irrational Number
B.
Abundant Number
C.
Perfect Number
D.
Deficient Number
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Fractions
Sample Question
Kauther ate
5
14
of a pizza in the dinner. If he had
10
14
of the pizza, what part of the pizza is left?
A.
14
14
B.
15
14
C.
14
5
D.
5
14
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Decimals
Sample Question
The place value of 1 in 9245.8106 is
A.
Tenths
B.
1 Hundredths
C.
1 Ten thousandths
D.
1 Tens
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3rd quarter in school
Sample Question
Bayan ate
4
13
of a pizza in the dinner. If she had
9
13
of the pizza, what part of the pizza is left?
A.
13
5
B.
12
13
C.
13
13
D.
5
13
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Conversion of Units
Sample Question
Each bag of guavas weighs 4 kgs 230 grams. If the total weight of a sack containing guavas bags is 164.97 kgs, then how many bags are in the sack?
A.
35
B.
39
C.
43
D.
40
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4th quarter in school
Sample Question
Which expression shows perimeter (Z) of the rectangle.
Y
5 cm
8 cm
A.
Z = 2 X (8 - 5)
B.
Z = 2 X (8 X 5)
C.
Z = 2 X (8 + 5)
D.
Z = 2 + (8 + 5)
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Logical Reasoning
Sample Question
Find the value of missing numbers A and B in the following pattern.
80
B
48
12
A
28
4
8
12
16
1
3
5
7
9
A.
20,32
B.
22,32
C.
22,34
D.
20,34
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Full Year 4th Grade Review
Sample Question
An athlete eats 1 dozen apples in a day. How many apples will he eat in the month of November?
A.
360
B.
27
C.
33
D.
32
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