**Quiz 1 on “Numbers from 1 to 1000. Four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division”.**

**Objective:** to check the knowledge and skills on the topic “Numbers from 1 to 1000. Four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division”.

**Expected results:** the pupils will learn to work independently; perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, make inferences; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Write down the numbersthree hundred and forty-six5 hundred and nine units3 units of the second digit, 2 units of the third digithe number preceding the number 190the number following the number 349
- Calculate in column.
705 – 465 195 -3 742 : 7 474 : 6 - Solve the problem.There are raspberries and currants in a garden. There are 97 bushes of raspberries in each of 9 rows and 142 bushes of currants in each of b rows. What kind of bushes are more in the garden and by how many?
- Show the order of operations and calculate.35 (100 : 25) + 760 =35 – (48 : 3 * 2 ) + 19 =
- Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle with sides of 3 cm and 5 cm.

**Option 2**

- Write down the numbers.eight hundred and ninety-fivenine hundred and seven units6 first-digit units, 4 third-digit unitsThe number preceding the number 690The number following the number 789
- Calculate in column.
902 – 456 168-4 848 : 8 588 : 7 - Solve the problem.On holiday they bought 5 kg of caramel for 126 rubles and 2 kg of chocolates for 326 rubles. Which candies were paid more for and by how much?
- Show the order of operations and calculate.(790 : 90) *40 – 180 =(54 : 3 + 42)* (260 – 254) =
- Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle with sides of 4 cm and 2 cm.

**Test work No. 2 on “Numbers greater than 1000. Numbering.”**

**Objective:** to check knowledge, skills and abilities on the topic “Numbers greater than 1000. Numbering”.

**Expected results:** the students will learn to work independently; perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, make conclusions; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Write down the numbers from 3798 to 3806.
- Write down a number in which:
- 15 class IV units, 30 class III units, 567 class III units, 306 class I units;
- 168 million 48 thousand 30 units;
- 27 million 27 thousand 27 units;
- 3 billion 430 million 5 thousand 50 units.

- Calculate.
64 000 : 1000 7800 * 10 3000 + 400 + 50 + 9 400 376 – 400 000 – 70 5000 + 60 + 2 543 605 – 500 000 – 600 9000 + 5 43 879 – 43 000 – 800 - Solve the problem.A lathe makes 63 parts in a seven-hour workday, and his apprentice makes 30 such parts in 6 hours. How many more parts does the worker produce in 1 hr than his apprentice?
- Solve the equations.
108 : a = 9 b : 3 = 11 14 * c = 42 ^{*}Write a two-digit number in which there are 3 more ones than tens and the sum of digits is 15.

(Here and below the * sign denotes tasks of higher difficulty.)

**Option 2**

- Write down numbers from 5697 to 5703.
- Write down a number in which:
- 7 class IV units, 31 class III units, 907 class II units, 36 class 1 units;
- 22 billion 40 million 16 thousand 20 units;
- 118 million 18 thousand 80 units;
- 35 million 35 thousand 35 units.

- Calculate.
84 000 : 1000 5300 * 100 7000 + 500 + 60 + 3 800 231 – 800 000 – 1 6000 + 500 + 1 657 908 – 600 000 – 50 000 7000 + 7 65 997 – 65 000 – 70 - Solve the problem.A worker makes 56 parts in a seven-hour workday, and his apprentice makes 24 such parts in 4 hours. How many total parts do the worker and his apprentice make in 1 h together?
- Solve the equations.
96 : a = 8 b : 4 = 11 13 – c = 52 ^{*}Write a two-digit number in which there are four less ones than tens and the sum of the digits is 18.

**Test work No. 3 on the topic “Values”**

**Objective: **to check the knowledge, skills and abilities on the topic “Magnitudes”.

**Expected results:** the students will learn to work independently; to perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, to make conclusions; to control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Express in new units.6,543 kg = …. t …. kg40 mas. = … g … months.8 765 cm = … m … cm185 s = … min …. С420 min = …. h90 0000 с = ….
- The sides of the rectangle are 60 mm and 40 mm. Find its area, express it in sThe excursion began at 11:40 a.m. and ended at 1:20 p.m. How long did the excursion last?
- Group the units of measurement: week, century, hectare, square meter, hundredweight, hour, second.
^{*}Calculate.23 h – 4 h 50 min =7 kg 300 g – 5 kg 700 g =5 m – 4 dm 7 cm =

**Option 2**

- Express in new units.7,651 g = … kg … g52 mas. = … г. . masses.7,651 cm = … m . s366 s = … min … s180 min = … hr12 000 000 = … к
- The sides of a rectangle are 30 mm and 50 mm. Find its area, express it in s .
- The performance began at 3:30 p.m. and ended at 1:10 a.m. How long did the performance last?
- Group the units of measure: kilogram, kilometer, ton, centner, gram, decimeter, square centimeter.
^{*}Calculate.22 hr – 5 hr 15 min =9 kg 500 g – b kg 800 g =7 m – 6 dm 8 cm =

- Express in new units.7,651 g = … kg … g52 mas. = … г. . masses.7,651 cm = … m . s366 s = … min … s180 min = … hr12 000 000 = … к
- The sides of a rectangle are 30 mm and 50 mm. Find its area, express it in s .
- The performance began at 3:30 p.m. and ended at 1:10 a.m. How long did the performance last?
- Group the units of measure: kilogram, kilometer, ton, centner, gram, decimeter, square centimeter.
^{*}Calculate.22 hr – 5 hr 15 min =9 kg 500 g – b kg 800 g =7 m – 6 dm 8 cm =

**Term paper No. 6 on “Multiplication of numbers ending in zeros”**

**Term paper No. 6 on “Multiplication of numbers ending in zeros”**

**Objective**: to check knowledge, skills and abilities on the topic “Multiplication by numbers ending in zeros”.

** Expected results: **students will learn to work independently; perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, make conclusions; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.Two ships sailed from two marinas at a distance of 90 km from each other and they sailed towards each other simultaneously and met in 2 hours. The speed of one of them was 21 km/h. At what speed did the second ship proceed?
- Calculate by making a column notation.
43 600 * 5 2400 * 30 540 * 700 80 * 356 - Solve the equations.x – 546 = 35 + 64 x * (500 : 100) = 125
- Express in the indicated units of measure.
45 m 2 dm = □ dm 8 t 5 ts = □ kg 7 days. 14 h = □ h ^{*}On a line there are 10 points such that the distance between any adjacent points is 5 cm. What is the distance between the outermost points?

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.Two girls walked out of their houses simultaneously towards each other and met each other after 3 minutes. The speed of the first girl is 60 m/min and that of the second girl is 70 m/min. What is the distance between their houses?
- Calculate by making a column notation.
2300 * 90 64 000 * 3 640 * 800 - Solve the equations.376 – x = 7 * 9 y : 3 = 720 : 9
- Express in the indicated units of measure.
4 h 23 min = □ min 36 c 5 kg = □ kg 7 m ^{2}14 cm^{2}= □ cm^{2} ^{*}How many different products divisible by 10 can be made from multiples of 2, 3, 5, 7?

**Test work 7 on “Multiplication and division by numbers ending in zeros”**

**Objective: **to check the knowledge and skills on the topic “Multiplication and division by numbers ending in zeros”.

**Expected results: **students will learn to work independently; perform thinking operations of analysis and synthesis, make inferences; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.Two buses left from two cities with a distance of 330 km between them and left toward each other simultaneously and met after 3 hours. The first bus drove at an average speed of 60 km/h. At what average speed did the second bus travel?
- Do the calculations.
65 700 : 900 36 200 : 40 2374 * 50 843 * 600 - Perform division with a remainder.7360 : 800 11 970 : 400
^{*}Insert the missing arithmetic signs and arrange the parentheses so that the equality becomes true.6 O 6 O 6 O 6 O 6 O 6 O 6 = 100

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.Two trains left two cities with a distance of 560 km and met each other after 4 hours. The first train was traveling at an average speed of 65 km/h. At what average speed did the second train travel?
- Do the calculations.
36 800 : 800 18 270 : 30 2643 * 70 659 * 700 - Perform division with a remainder.4380 : 600 13 590 : 300
^{*}Insert the missing arithmetic signs and arrange the parentheses so that the equality becomes true.5 O 5 O 5 O 5 O 5 = 100

**Test 8 on “Multiplication by two and three-digit numbers”**

**Objective:** to check the knowledge and skills on the topic “Multiplication by two and three-digit numbers”.

**Expected results:** the students will learn to work independently, carry out thinking operations of analysis and synthesis, make conclusions, control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.Two cars left two cities, the distance between which is 200 km, simultaneously in opposite directions. The speed of one is 65 km/h and the speed of the other is 35 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 2 h?
- Perform the calculations.
654 * 98 8104 * 65 579 * 780 738 * 52 7415 * 32 3004 * 401 - Solve the equationА + 120 = 4000 : 5
- Find the value of the expression.9000 – 424 * 76 : 4
^{*}Solve the problem.Olga went for a walk 3 minutes earlier than Alexei. Alyosha went out for a walk 2 minutes later than Sasha. Which of the children went out earlier and by how many minutes?

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.Two pedestrians went out of two villages, the distance between them is 40 km, simultaneously in opposite directions. The speed of one is 5 km/h and that of the other is 6 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 3 h?
- Perform the calculations.
357 * 48 351 * 702 6814 * 820 5702 * 37 812 *64 8003 * 231 - Solve the equationа + 970 = 69 * 32
- Find the value of the expression.8000 – 568 * 14 : 2
^{*}Solve the problem.A doctor has prescribed five shots for a patient – a shot every half hour. How long will it take to give him all the shots?

**Test 9 on “Dividing by two-digit numbers”**

**Objective:** to check the knowledge, skills and abilities on the topic “Division by a two-digit number”.

**Expected results: **students will learn to work independently; perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, make conclusions; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.A piece of fabric costs 450 rubles and the second piece of the same fabric costs 750 rubles. The first piece of fabric is 2 m less than the second one. How many meters of fabric in each piece?
- Calculate the values of the expressions.
567 * 40 9398 : 37 8700 : 60 5000 : (5000 : 1) – 1 (400 * 12 * 15) : 105 - Solve the equation
x – 80 = 7200 : 10 y : 1 = 456 - Fill in the blanks.5 h 20 min = □ min5 t 24 kg = □ kg
- The perimeter of a rectangle is 7 dm 4 cm. The length of one of its sides is 2 dm 5 cm. Find the length of the other side.
^{*}Set up a sequence and continue the row of numbers.7, 67, 567…

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.Some equal cans of tomato juice are stored for the winter: 57 liters of tomato juice and 84 liters of apple juice. Nine more jars of apple juice. How much tomato juice and how much apple juice did he make?
- Calculate the values of the expressions.
832 * 80 58 773 : 39 (400 – 13 * 20) : 10 3000 * 1 – 3000 : 100 8200 * 982 - Solve the equationx – 90 = 4,800 : 10 y * 1 = 235
- Fill in the blanks.4 h 50 min = □ min7230 q = □ kg
- The perimeter of a rectangle is 9 dm 2 cm. The length of one of its sides is 3 dm 5 cm. Find the length of the other side.
^{*}Think of two numbers. The sum of these numbers is 276 and the product is zero. What are these numbers?

**Control work #10 on “Division by three-digit numbers”**

**Objectives: **to check the knowledge, skills and abilities on the topic “Dividing by three-digit numbers”.

**Expected results:** students will learn to work independently; perform thought operations of analysis and synthesis, make conclusions; control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.There were 3,600 tulip bulbs brought from a nursery while the number of iris bulbs was 5 times less. One twelfth of all the irises were planted in the city flowerbeds, and the rest were given to kindergartens. How many irises will be planted in the kindergartens?
- Calculate the values of the expressions and do a check.
358 * 209 2 844 840 : 471 - Perform the steps, insert the missing numbers.33 m 49 cm + 22 m 68 cm = □ m □ cm8 min 10 s – 7 min 45 s = □ min □ sZ 2 ts 75kg – 8 ts 98kg = □ ts □ ts □ kg
- Solve the equation.112 : x = 48 : 6
^{*}How many planks 3 m long and 2 dm wide do you need to floor a square room whose side is 6 m?

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.The hothouse has harvested 2352 kg of tomatoes, but the quantity of cucumbers is 7 times less. They have sent the seventh part of all the cucumbers to the cannery, and they have sold the rest. How many kilograms of cucumbers were sold?
- Calculate the values of the expressions and do a check.
898 * 306 760 760 : 364 - Perform the steps, insert the missing numbers.2 t 2 t 88 kg + 7 t 86 kg = □ t □ c □ kg2 min 52 s + 43 s = □ min □ s8 m 7 cm – 5 dm 9 cm = □ m □ dm □ cm
- Solve the equation.112 : x = 48 : 6
^{*}How many boards 4 m milking and 4 dm wide do you need to floor a square room whose side is 8 m?

**Final control work 11 for the 4th grade**

**Purpose:** to check the knowledge and skills for the 4th grade.

**Expected results: **the students will learn to work independently; to carry out thinking operations of analysis and synthesis, to make conclusions; to control their work and its results.

**Option 1**

- Solve the problem.An express train and a freight train set off from two towns simultaneously towards each other. They met each other after 13 h. What is the distance between the cities, if it is known that the speed of the fast train is 100 km/h and the speed of the freight train is half of its speed?
- Calculate the values of the expressions.815 * 204 – (8963 + 68 077) : 369676 + 12 237 – 8787 * 2 : 29
- Compare the values.5400 kg O 54 ts 4 h 20 min O 420 min
- Solve the equation.x – 8700 = 1700
- Solve the problem.A rectangular-shaped plot, the width of which is half the length, is sown with oats. The perimeter of the plot is 1140 m. What is its area equal to?
^{*}Olga and Alyosha met seven years ago. How old was the girl then, if in 5 years Alexey will be 17 and he is elder by 2 years?

**Option 2**

- Solve the problem.Two trains left from two cities, the distance between them is 918 km. The speed of one of the trains was 65 km/h. What is the speed of the other train if the trains met after 6 h?
- Calculate the values of the expressions.587 * 706 + (213 956 – 41 916) : 34735 148 – 86 499 + 56 763 : 9 * 45
- Compare the values.4 t 56 kg O 456 kg 4 min 30 s O 430 s
- Solve the equation.2500 – у = 1500
- Solve the problem.A field is 130 m long and 70 m wide. Two-fifths of the plot is sown with potatoes. How many square meters of the area are sown with potatoes?
^{*}OAnya and Ira met five years ago. How old was Ira then, if in 6 years Anna will be 18 years old and 2 years younger than Ira?