### All Common Core: 4th Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Use The Four Operations To Solve Word Problems Involving Various Measures: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Md.A.2

On Saturday Jake raked leaves for minutes and on Sunday he raked leaves for hours. In hours, how much total time did he spend raking on both Saturday and Sunday?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our minutes into hours because our final answer is asking for hours. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we can add our hours together to find the total.

### Example Question #2 : Use The Four Operations To Solve Word Problems Involving Various Measures: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Md.A.2

Matt studied for minutes everyday from Monday-Friday. How many total hours did he spend studying?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our minutes into hours because our final answer is asking for hours. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we need to multiply because Matt studied for hours each day.

### Example Question #174 : Numbers And Operations

Today Jenny worked on homework for minutes when she got home from school and then worked on homework for hours after dinner. In minutes, what was the total time that Jenny spent working on homework?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our hours into minutes because our final answer is asking for minutes. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we can add our minutes from before and after dinner together to find our total.

### Example Question #175 : Numbers And Operations

Jessica ran sprints for seconds, and Megan ran sprints for minutes. How many more minutes did Megan run than Jessica?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our seconds into minutes because our final answer is asking for minutes. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we need to subtract to find our difference.

### Example Question #176 : Numbers And Operations

Joe’s school is feet from his house, and his classroom is another inches once he gets to the school. In inches, how far does he walk to his classroom?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our feet into inches because our final answer is asking for inches. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we can add our inches together to find our total.

### Example Question #177 : Numbers And Operations

Tim has liters of soda. He pours milliliters into a glass and drinks it all. In milliliters, how much soda is left?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our liters into milliliters because our final answer is asking for milliliters. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we can subtract to find out how much is left.

### Example Question #179 : Numbers And Operations

Sarah walked to the stop sign, and then to her friend’s house. In feet, how far did she walk?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our inches into feet because our final answer is asking for feet. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we can add our feet together to find our total.

### Example Question #180 : Numbers And Operations

Avery has of juice. She pours into a pitcher. In , how much of the juice is not in the pitcher?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Because our systems of measurements are the same, the first thing we want to do is subtract.

Our answer is asking us for milliliters, so we need to convert into milliliters. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

### Example Question #186 : Numbers And Operations

Hannah has a bag of peanuts that she is going to divide evenly between her four friends. How many ounces of peanuts does she give to each friend?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our pounds into ounces because our final answer is asking for ounces. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we need to divide our by because we are splitting the peanuts up equally between people.

### Example Question #187 : Numbers And Operations

Molly has a bag of peanuts that she is going to divide evenly between her three friends. How many ounces of peanuts does she give to each friend?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The first thing we need to do is put our pounds into ounces because our final answer is asking for ounces. We know that . We can set up a proportion and cross multiply to solve.

Then we can divide to isolate the .

Now we need to divide our by because we are splitting the peanuts up equally between people.