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

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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

2019 Surgery Questions