Addition and Subtraction

4th Grade PLACE VALUE

4th Grade Rounding

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Comparing and Ordering

100

6,071+4,598=

10,669

100

Which 2 answers are correct about 923,076,154?

A. The 9 has a value of nine thousand

B. The 2 has a value of (2 x 10,000,000)

C. The 3 has a value of ( 3 x 100,000,000)

D. The 7 has a value of seven thousand

E. The 9 has a value of nine hundred million

Answer B and E

100

Round 2,196 to the nearest hundred

2,200

100

Solve: 557-322

235

100

Where do you start when comparing numbers?

(<, >, =)

You start with the highest place value

200

99,658+56,288

155,946

200

Write the number fourteen thousand, four hundred twenty-two in standard form.

14,422

200

Round 498 to the tens place.

500

200

Find the difference between 21,785 and 17,498

4,287

200

What comparison symbol should go between these two numbers?

40,389 ______ 40,590

< (less than)

300

Lucas had 4,957 Robux when Charlie offered to give him 5,781 more. If he accepts Charlie's offer, how many Robux does Lucas have now?

10,738

300

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B

300

Round this number to the highest place value: 9,934,234

10,000,000

300

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T = 159

300

Compare these numbers:

Thirty-two thousand, five hundred eight <,>,= 32,580

Thirty-two thousand, five hundred eight < 32,580

400

Ms. Johnson has 800 ml of water. She drunk 312 ml of water before lunch and 241 ml of water after lunch. How many ml of water does she have remaining?

247 ml of water

400

Write this number in expanded notation

743,082

(7 x 100,000) + (4 x 10,000) + (3 x 1,000) +

(8 x 10) + (2 x 1)

400

Estimate the sum by rounding to the hundreds place value: 8,736 + 2,458

8,700 + 2,500 = 11,200

400

A popular fundraiser is girl scout cookies. Look how many cookies were sold last weekend alone!

Friday: 612 cookies

Saturday: 519 cookies

Sunday: 748 cookies

How many more girl scout cookies were sold on Friday and Saturday than on Sunday?

383 cookies

400

Order these numbers Least to Greatest

A. 733,533

B. 735,553

C. 733,353

D. 735,535

E. 735,335

733,353 < 733,533 < 735,335 < 735,535 < 735,553

OR

C < A < E < D < B

500

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I'll give points to whoever figures it out, regardless of who's first

P= 243

500

Write the number in standard form, and expanded form

(7 x 100,000) + (9 x 10,000) + (2 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (1 x1)

Standard: 790,241

Expanded Form: 700,000 + 90,000 + 200 + 40 + 1

500

Double Trouble!!

I'll give 500 to anyone who gets this right!

Stephanie, Vanessa, and Anita were ask to round a number.

Stephanie rounded to 16,400

Vanessa rounded to 20,000

Anita rounded to 16,000

Which one of these numbers would make each of them correct? A. 16,011 B. 16,392 C. 16,284

B. 16,392

500

Ms. Lewis has 615 pokemon cards in her collection. Ms. Stoglin gave her 270 cards that she found in the lost in found this morning. Ms. Lewis then sold 546 cards to Ms Franklin. How many Pokemon cards does Ms. Lewis have remaining?

339 Pokemon Cards

500

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B