IAR Test 4th Grade Math #1

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The fruit stand had 46 apples that needed to be displayed in baskets. Each basket has the capacity to carry up to 8 apples. How many baskets does the fruit stand need to keep all of the apples?

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Bella purchased four candies. In the sweets aisle, Cathy bought five times as many candies as Bella. Which equation represents the amount of candies purchased by Cathy?"

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Mr. Charles collected ten times the number of eggs as Mr. John. Mr. John gathered a total of 25 eggs.
What was the total number of eggs collected by Mr. Charles?

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In each box, the baker placed 72 cupcakes. 6 boxes were prepared for delivery . She filled each box with the same quantity dozen cupcakes. What was the baker's total number of cupcakes in each box?

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Which of the equations is correct?

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What is the value of the 4 in 982,433?

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The equation below was written by Henry.
9 × 3 = n

Which of the following statements concerning Henry's equation is correct?"

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The table below shows how many fruit boxes were sold each day over the course of five days. Which of these has the closest value to the total number of fruit crates sold over the course of five days?

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Which of the following numbers is the mystery number?

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