# Giving Thanks Sale! 4th Grade Math Surgery in New Item Type AND Multiple Choice Format Modeled After Most Difficult Questions in 2019 & 2021

**Come On Sense Math!****4th Grade Math Surgery -****Modeled After the 23 Most Difficult Questions From the 2019 & 2021 State Results****Practice Tests are in Both Multiple Choice and New Constructed****Type Response Question Formats**

**QUESTIONS MODELED AFTER 2019 MOST DIFFICULT TEST QUESTIONS**

**IN NEW CONSTRUCTED TYPES AND MULTIPLE CHOICE FORMATS**

**1. From Question #5 48% State Average Correct RC 2Skill: Finding the Correct Strip Diagram Based on a Given Set of Information S.E. 4.5A**** 2 From Question #6 30% State Average Correct RC 3 SE 4.7D****Skill: Finding the Measurement of a Given Angle Using a Protractor when****One Ray is Missing**** 3 From Question #9 35% State Average Correct RC 1 SE 4.3D****Skills: Comparing the Value of an Improper Fraction to That of A Mixed Number**** 4 From Question #10 53% State Average Correct RC 2 SE 4.4H**** Skills: Two Step Problem: Multiplying the product of Two One Digit Factors and****Dividing it by a One Digit Divisor**** 5 From Question #11 58% State Average Correct RC 3 SE 4.8C**** Skill: Finding the Difference of Two Numbers Using Cups and Ounces**** 6 From Question #16 State Average Correct 60% RC 2 SE 4.4G**** Skills: Finding Which Choice Has a Product and Quotient with the Same Number**** 7 From Question #21 State Average Correct 57% RC 3 SE 4.8B**** Skills: Using a Table to Find the Conversion of Inches to Feet with a 3 Digit**** Dividend and One Digit Divisor**** 8 From Question #24 State Average Correct 28% RC 2 SE 4.3E**** Skills: Two Step Problem: Finding the Sum of Two Proper Fractions and **** Subtracting it From a Mixed Number**** 9 From Question #26 State Average Correct 33% RC 2 SE 4.4H**** Skills: Two Step Problem: Step One - Multiplying One and Two Digit Factors**** Step Two- Multiplying 2 Two Digit Factors to Find a Product****10 From Question #33 State Average Correct 59% RC 3 SE 4.5D****Skill: Determining Which 2 Dimensional Figure Matches the Given Perimeter****in the Problem when Only Two Sides of Each of Four Figures is Given**

**QUESTIONS MODELED AFTER 2021 MOST DIFFICULT TEST QUESTIONS**

**IN NEW CONSTRUCTED TYPES AND MULTIPLE CHOICE FORMATS**

**11 From Question #8 State Average Correct 39% RC 1 S.E. 4.2G Readiness****Skills: Equations that Show Equivalent Decimals and Fractions****12 From Question #9 State Average Correct 52% RC 2 S.E. 4.5A Readiness****Skill: Sets of Equations that Find a Missing Value****13 From Question #12 State Average Correct 45% RC 3 S.E. 4.7D Readiness****Skill: Using a Protractor to Construct a Ray to Find a Specific Angle****14 From Question #13 State Average Correct 51% RC 4 S.E. 4.9A Readiness****Skills: Using Dot Plots to Match a Lists of Lengths, Using the Ruler to Find****a Missing Length****15 From Question #14 State Average Correct 33% RC 3 S.E. 4.5D Readiness****Skill: Finding the Area of a Square When Only One Side is Given****16 From Question #15 State Average Correct 18% RC 2 S.E. 4.4H Readiness****Skills: Multiplication of Two 2 Digit Factor and Dividing a One Digit Divisor****17 From Question #16 State Average Correct 35% RC 4 S.E. 4.10B Supporting****Skills: Finding the Difference Between the Cost of Items and Their Selling****Prices to Determine the Amount of Profit****18 From Question #17 State Average Correct 48% RC 3 S.E. 4.6C Supporting****Skills: Attributes of a Given Type of Triangle****19 From Question #20 State Average Correct 51% RC 1 S.E. 4.2E Supporting****Skill: Using a Model to Find the Value of the Shaded/Unshaded Portion of a****Decimal Less Than One in Word Form****20 From Question #24 State Average Correct 43% RC 1 S.E. 4.2B Readiness****Skill: Using Three Attributes of a Number and Place Value ****21 From Question #25 State Average Correct 50% RC 2 S.E. 4.3E Readiness****Skill: Finding a Missing Fraction Using Given Information and a Model****22 From Question #27 State Average Correct 53% RC 2 S.E. 4.4H Readiness****Skills: Two Step Problems: Multiplication of One and Two Digit Factors Divided****by a One Digit Divisor****23 From Question #29 State Average Correct 43% RC 3 S.E. 4.8C Readiness****Skill: Finding the Total Weight of Two Given Objects in Pounds & Ounces****When the Total Ounces Add to More than 1 Pound/16 Ounces****24 From Question #31 State Average Correct 52% RC 3 S.E. 4.7C Readiness****Skill: Finding an Angle with a Given Measurement Using 4 Protractors ****2021 4th Grade Math Surgery**

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