Somerville - GRADE 04 MATHEMATICS |
ITEM INFORMATION | | PERCENT OF DISTRICT'S POSSIBLE POINTS |
ITEM | TYPE | REPORTING CATEGORY | STANDARD | ITEM DESC | | POSSIBLE POINTS | SOMERVILLE | STATE | DISTRICT-STATE DIFFERENCE |
1 | SA | MD | 4.MD.1.A.3 | Given the length and perimeter of a rectangle in a real-world context, determine the width of the rectangle. | | 1 | 0% | | |
2 | SR | NF | 4.NF.3.C.7 | Given a decimal, determine a greater decimal in a real-world context. | | 1 | 50% | | |
3 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.3 | Determine which two-dimensional figure shows all of its lines of symmetry. | | 1 | 57% | | |
4 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.1 | Identify the lines in a figure that are perpendicular. | | 1 | 21% | | |
5 | CR | OA | 4.OA.2.B.4 | Determine multiples, factors, and whether numbers are prime or composite and justify the reasoning used to determine the answers. | | 4 | 5% | | |
6 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.1 | Identify the number of right angles in a given two-dimensional figure. | | 1 | 43% | | |
7 | SR | OA | 4.OA.1.A.2 | Determine which equation using multiplicative comparison represents a given real-world context. | | 1 | 50% | | |
8 | SR | NF | 4.NF.2.B.3b | Determine which expression has a value that is equivalent to a given fraction. | | 1 | 50% | | |
9 | SR | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.5 | Find the product of a four-digit number and a one-digit number. | | 1 | 64% | | |
10 | SA | GE | 4.G.1.A.3 | Determine which figure has a given number of lines of symmetry. | | 1 | 0% | | |
11 | SA | OA | 4.OA.1.A.3 | Solve multi-step real-world problems using all four operations and interpret a remainder. | | 2 | 4% | | |
12 | SR | NT | 4.NBT.1.A.2 | Complete a given number sentence to compare the difference in size between two four-digit numbers. | | 1 | 50% | | |
13 | SR | MD | 4.MD.1.A.1 | Determine which list of metric units is arranged by size based on a given order. | | 1 | 21% | | |
14 | SA | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.5 | Determine the product of a three-digit number and a one-digit number. | | 1 | 21% | | |
15 | CR | OA | 4.OA.1.A.3 | Solve multi-step real-world problems using multiplication and division, and interpret a remainder. | | 3 | 7% | | |
16 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.1 | Determine which two-dimensional figure has the given number of acute angles. | | 1 | 21% | | |
17 | SR | NF | 4.NF.2.B.4b | Determine which expression is equivalent to the product of a whole number and a fraction. | | 1 | 14% | | |
18 | SA | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.4 | Determine the sum of a five-digit number and a four-digit number. | | 1 | 50% | | |
19 | SA | MD | 4.MD.3.C.7 | Determine the measures of unknown angles given other angle measures and calculate the sum of all the angles. | | 2 | 18% | | |
20 | SA | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.6 | Determine the remainder when a four-digit number is divided by a one-digit number. | | 1 | 14% | | |
21 | CR | MD | 4.MD.1.A.2 | Solve multi-step real-world problems involving money using addition, subtraction and multiplication. | | 4 | 27% | | |
22 | SR | NF | 4.NF.1.A.2 | Complete a number sentence comparing two fractions. | | 1 | 43% | | |
23 | SR | NF | 4.NF.2.B.3d | Determine which fraction equation represents a given real-world context. | | 1 | 50% | | |
24 | SA | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.5 | Determine the product of a three-digit number and a one-digit number. | | 1 | 43% | | |
25 | SA | NF | 4.NF.2.B.4c | Determine the product of a fraction and a whole number in a real-world context. | | 1 | 7% | | |
26 | SR | OA | 4.OA.1.A.3 | Solve a multi-step real-world problem involving addition, multiplication and division with whole numbers. | | 1 | 29% | | |
27 | SR | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.4 | Solve real-world problems including addition and subtraction with four-digit whole numbers. | | 2 | 32% | | |
28 | SR | NF | 4.NF.1.A.1 | Determine which set of fractions are equivalent to each other. | | 1 | 36% | | |
29 | SA | MD | 4.MD.3.C.6 | Determine the angle measure of an angle shown on a protractor. | | 1 | 21% | | |
30 | SR | NF | 4.NF.2.B.4b | Determine which expression is equivalent to the product of a whole number and a fraction. | | 1 | 21% | | |
31 | SR | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.4 | Determine which addition problems with four-digit whole numbers have the given sum. | | 1 | 43% | | |
32 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.2 | Identify which statement is true about the properties of a right triangle. | | 1 | 14% | | |
33 | SR | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.6 | Find the quotient and remainder of a three-digit number divided by a one-digit number. | | 1 | 50% | | |
34 | SA | MD | 4.MD.3.C.7 | Determine the measures of unknown angles in a figure given some of the figure's angle measures. | | 2 | 14% | | |
35 | SR | OA | 4.OA.1.A.1 | Determine which statements represent a given multiplication equation. | | 1 | 7% | | |
36 | CR | NF | 4.NF.3.C.7 | Determine if the comparison of two decimals is accurate, and represent the two decimals as fractions to justify the answer. | | 3 | 5% | | |
37 | SA | NT | 4.NBT.2.B.5 | Determine the product of 2 two-digit whole numbers. | | 1 | 7% | | |
38 | SR | NF | 4.NF.2.B.3c | Find the sum of two mixed numbers with like denominators. | | 1 | 29% | | |
39 | SR | OA | 4.OA.2.B.4 | Identify the number that is not a factor of a two-digit number. | | 1 | 29% | | |
40 | SR | GE | 4.G.1.A.2 | Identify the two-dimensional figure with only obtuse angles. | | 1 | 50% | | |