STAAR Practice Test 3
State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness
Grade 4 Mathematics 2019

1 
Circle a reasonable measurement for the angle:

(A) 
\(110^\circ\) 
(B) 
\(70^\circ\) 
(C) 
\(120^\circ\) 
(D) 
\(200^\circ\) 
2 
Tam has \(363\) cards. He wants to put them in boxes of \(11\) cards. How many boxes does he need? 
(A) 
\(32\) 
(B) 
\(35\) 
(C) 
\(38\) 
(D) 
\(33\) 
3 
Alex has \(444\) crayons. What is this number rounded to the nearest ten? 
(A) 
\(450\) 
(B) 
\(445\) 
(C) 
\(440\) 
(D) 
\(444\) 
4 
If this clock shows a time in the morning, what time was it \(5\) hours and \(30\) minutes ago?

(A) 
\(9:45\) 
(B) 
\(8:45\) 
(C) 
\(7:45\) 
(D) 
\(8:15\) 
5 
Use the picture below to answer the question. Which decimal number names the shaded part of this square?

(A) 
\(0.85\) 
(B) 
\(0.86\) 
(C) 
\(0.75\) 
(D) 
\(0.88\) 
6 
Mia described a number using these clues: Three – digit odd numbers that have a \(6\) in the hundreds place and a \(3\) in the tens place Which number could fit Mia’s description? 
(A) 
\(634\) 
(B) 
\(633\) 
(C) 
\(636\) 
(D) 
\(638\) 
7 
Peter’s pencil is \(\frac{15}{10}\) of a meter long. What is the length, in meters, of Peter’s pencil written as a decimal? 
(A) 
\(0.15\) 
(B) 
\(0.015\) 
(C) 
\(1.5\) 
(D) 
\(150\) 
8 
A football team is buying new uniforms. Each uniform costs \($30\). The team wants to buy \(15\) uniforms. Which equation represents a way to find the total cost of the uniforms? 
(A) 
\((30 \space × \space 10) \space + \space (30 \space × \space 5) \space = \space 300\space + \space 150 \space = \space$450\) 
(B) 
\((30 \space × \space 12) \space + \space (30 \space × \space 6) \space = \space 360\space + \space 180 \space = \space$540\) 
(C) 
\((30 \space × \space 10) \space + \space (30 \space × \space 4) \space = \space 300\space + \space 120 \space = \space$420\) 
(D) 
\((30 \space × \space 9) \space + \space (30 \space × \space 5) \space = \space 270\space + \space 150 \space = \space$420\) 
9 
Use a rule to measure the length and width of the following rectangle to the nearest inches. What measurement is the closest to the area of the rectangle in square inches?

(A) 
\(10\) 
(B) 
\(6\) 
(C) 
\(8\) 
(D) 
\(12\) 
10 
There are \(7\) days in a week. There are \(28\) days in the month of February. How many times as many days are there in February than are in one week? 
(A) 
\(4\) times 
(B) 
\(8\) times 
(C) 
\(6\) times 
(D) 
\(7\) times 
11 
Use the models below to answer the question. Which statement about the models is true?

(A) 
Each shows a different fraction because they are different shapes. 
(B) 
Each shows the same fraction because they both have \(3\) sections shaded. 
(C) 
Each shows a different fraction because they both have \(3\) shaded sections but a different number of total sections. 
(D) 
Each shows the same fraction because they are the same size. 
12 
What is the value of \(A\) in the equation \(54\space÷\space A=\space 9\) 
(A) 
\(4\) 
(B) 
\(6\) 
(C) 
\(5\) 
(D) 
\(7\) 
13 
A number sentence such as \(25 \space + B \space = \space 57\) can be called an equation. If this equation is true, then which of the following equations is not true? 
(A) 
\(57 \space  \space 25 \space = \space B\) 
(B) 
\(57 \space  \space B \space = \space 25\) 
(C) 
\(B \space  \space 25 \space = \space 7\) 
(D) 
\(B \space + \space 25 \space = \space 57\) 
14 
mia flew \(3,435\) miles from Los Angeles to New York City. What is the number of miles mia flew rounded to the nearest thousand? 
(A) 
\(3,400\) 
(B) 
\(3,430\) 
(C) 
\(3,440\) 
(D) 
\(3,000\) 
15 
alex’s favorite sports team has won \(0.75\) of its games this season. How can alex express this decimal as a fraction? 
(A) 
\(\frac{75}{100}\) 
(B) 
\(\frac{75}{10}\) 
(C) 
\(\frac{75}{1000}\) 
(D) 
\(\frac{75}{10000}\) 
16 
Write \(\frac{85}{100}\) as a decimal number. 
(A) 
\(0.085\) 
(B) 
\(0.85\) 
(C) 
\(8.5\) 
(D) 
\(85\) 
17 
Alex and Mia were working on a group project last week. They completed \(\frac{8}{10}\) of their project on Tuesday and the rest on Wednesday. Mia completed \(\frac{2}{10}\) of their project on Tuesday. What fraction of the group project did Alex completed on Tuesday? 
(A) 
\(\frac{6}{10}\) 
(B) 
\(\frac{10}{10}\) 
(C) 
\(\frac{4}{10}\) 
(D) 
\(\frac{5}{10}\) 
18 
Which number correctly completes the subtraction sentence \( 1.6 \space  \space 5.20 \space = \space ?\) 
(A) 
\(3.6\) 
(B) 
\(\ 3.6\) 
(C) 
\(\ 3.06\) 
(D) 
\( 3.06\) 
19 
Use the table below to answer the question. Which list of city populations is in order from least to greatest?
city 
population 
california 
42,026 
washington 
43,200 
seattle 
43,180 
boise 
45,000 

(A) 
\(42,026 \space < \space 43,200 \space < \space 43,180 \space < \space 45,000\) 
(B) 
\(43,200 \space < \space 42,026 \space < \space 43,180 \space < \space 45,000\) 
(C) 
\(42,026 \space < \space 43,180 \space < \space 43,200 \space < \space 45,000\) 
(D) 
\(42,026 \space < \space 43,180 \space < \space 45,000 \space < \space 43,200\) 
20 
Which number correctly completes the number sentence \( 92 \space × \space 20 \space = \space ?\) 
(A) 
\(1,830\) 
(B) 
\(1,835\) 
(C) 
\(1,840\) 
(D) 
\(1,845\) 
21 
Moe packs \(32\) boxes with flashcards. Each box holds \(150\) flashcards. How many flashcards Moe can pack into these boxes? 
(A) 
\(4,800\) 
(B) 
\(4,700\) 
(C) 
\(4,600\) 
(D) 
\(4,900\) 
22 
A stack of \(9\) pennies has a height of \(1\) centimeter. mia has a stack of pennies with a height of \(6\) centimeters. Which equation can be used to find the number of pennies ,\(n\), in mia’s stack of pennies? 
(A) 
n = \(9 \  \ 6\) 
(B) 
n = \(9 \ × \ 6\) 
(C) 
n = \(9 \  \ 6\) 
(D) 
n = \(9 \ ÷ \ 6\) 
23 
There are \(16\) boxes and each box contains \(43\) pencils. How many pencils are in the boxed in total? 
(A) 
\(59\) 
(B) 
\(686\) 
(C) 
\(688\) 
(D) 
\(689\) 
24 
Emma described a number using these clues. \(3\) digits of the number are \(2\) , \(5\) and \(9\) The value of the digit \(2\) is \(( 2 \space × \space 10) \) The value of the digit \(5\) is \(( 5 \space × \space 1000) \) The value of the digit \(9\) is \(( 9 \space × \space 10000) \) Which number could fit Emma’s description? 
(A) 
\(9,522.02\) 
(B) 
\(90,532.20\) 
(C) 
\(98,520.50\) 
(D) 
\(95,020.02\) 
25 
Alex has a group of shapes. Each shape in her group has at least one set of parallel sides. Each shape also has at least one set of perpendicular sides. Which group could be Alex’s group of shapes? 
(A) 

(B) 

(C) 

(D) 

26 
Erik made \(20\) pints of juice. He drinks \(4\) cups of juice each day. How many days will Erik take to drink all of the juice he made? 
(A) 
\(4\) days 
(B) 
\(3\) days 
(C) 
\(5\) days 
(D) 
\(6\) days 
27 
Jason has prepared \(\frac{5}{100} \) of his assignment. Which decimal represent the part of the assignment Jason has prepared? 
(A) 
\(0.5\) 
(B) 
\(0.05\) 
(C) 
\(5.100\) 
(D) 
\(0.005\) 
28 
Use the table below to answer the question. The students in the fourth grade class voted for their favorite sport. Which bar graph shows results of the students vote?
Sport 
Number of votes 
Football(FB) 
11 
Basketball(BB) 
4 
Soccer(SOC) 
5 
Volleyball 
3 

(A) 

(B) 

(C) 

(D) 

29 
There are \(74\) students from Riddle Elementary school at the library on Monday. The other \(42\) students in the school are practicing in the classroom. Which number sentence shows the total number of students in Riddle Elementary school? 
(A) 
\(74 \  \ 42\) 
(B) 
\(74 \ × \ 42\) 
(C) 
\(74 \ ÷ \ 42\) 
(D) 
\(74 \ + \ 42\) 
30 
For a concert, there are children’s tickets and adult tickets for sale. Of the total available tickets, \( \frac{53}{100}\) have been sold as adult tickets and \( \frac{6}{10}\) as children’s tickets. The rest of the tickets have not been sold. What fraction of the total number of tickets for the concert have been sold? 
(A) 
\(\frac{59}{100}\) 
(B) 
\(\frac{59}{1000}\) 
(C) 
\(\frac{113}{1000}\) 
(D) 
\(\frac{113}{100}\) 