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Fourth Grade Challenging Math

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Both x and * are used as multiplication signs.
Both / and 
are used as division signs.


4-1)   At Hollister Elementary School, Mrs. Wolfe's 3rd grade students line up in a row. If Matt is # 14 counting from the front of the line, and # 8 counting from the back of the line. How many students are in the line?

Back           ................     Front



4-2)   Madrona Elementary School's third grade classes won new books in the district reading contest. After distributing 14 books to each of the 6 classes, there are 4 books left. How many new books did the 3rd grade get?






4-3)  A pool is 10 meters long and 8 meters wide. If you place flower pots around the pool 1 meter apart, center to center, how many flower pots do you need? (There should be a flower pot at each corner of the pool.)



4-4)  To make a flag of the United State of America, you need 3 different colors of fabric. How many colors of fabric do you need to make 14 USA flags?




4-5)  A fruit vendor sold 198 kilograms (kg) of apples on the first day. On the 2nd day, he sold 24 kg more than he did on the first day. On the 3rd day, he sold 12 kg less than he sold on the 2nd day. On the 4th day, he sold 29 kg more than what he sold on the 3rd day. How many kgs of apples did the farmer sell all 4 days together?





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