**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem.

Four boxes of apples, 50 kg each, and three boxes of pears, 60 kg each, were brought to a fruit stand. How many kilograms of fruit were brought to the vegetable stand?

2. Calculate the values of the expressions:

64: (4х2)+14 240+(620-200):7

19×3+27×2 80×3+450-90

3.Compute in column.

325х3 753-275 762:6

99х8 456+367 972:2

4.Solve the equations:

Xx5=70 X:7=12

5.Find the perimeter and area of a rectangle if its length is 10 cm and its width is 2 times less.

6. Finish the notation:

6m 7dm = ….dm 5cm 2mm = ….mm

3h.=….min 145min = …h…..min

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem.

On the first day, 6 boxes of strawberries with 20 kg in each were picked, and on the second day, 5 boxes of strawberries with 30 kg in each. How many total kilograms of strawberries were harvested in 2 days?

2. Calculate the values of the expressions.

56:(7х2)+26 670+(450-300):5

13×4+17×3 90×4+240-70

3. Calculate in column.

482х2 895-347 819:7

251х3 408+359 536:4

4. Solve the equations:

X:4=21 Xx5=65

5. Find the perimeter and area of a rectangle if its length is 8 cm and its width is 2 times less.

6. Finish the notation:

2m 5dm = ….dm 3cm 1mm = ….mm

4h =….min 132 min= …..h….min

**Option 1.**

1 Write down the numbers:

1) 7 class IV units 31 class III units 907 class II units 36 class I units

2) 22 billion 40 million 16 thousand 20 units

3) 118 million 18 thousand 80 units

4) four billion 217 million 6 thousand 30 units

5) one hundred forty five thousand eight

2. Calculate:

30 800 :10 30 Х10

620 300 : 100 150 х 100

270 000 :10 000 80 х 1000

3. Represent the number 113,060 as the sum of the digit addends.

4. Calculate by actions:

245 – 3 + 681 : 3 – 25

5. There were 4,300 rolls of wallpaper in the warehouse. One store shipped 700 rolls to one store, and the second store shipped 150 more rolls than the first store. How many rolls of wallpaper are left in the stock?

**Option 2**

1. Write down the numbers:

1) 8 class IV units 72 class III units 307 class II units 5 class I units

2) 43 billion 60 million 12 thousand 70 units

3) 628 million 90 thousand 80 units

4) two billion twenty eight million seventy eight thousand eight units

5) two hundred and eight thousand forty-two

Calculate:

40100 :10 500 х 10

190 700 : 100 820 х 100

880 000 :10 000 400 х 1000

3. Represent the number 436,020 as the sum of the digit addends.

4. Calculate by actions:

245 – 4 + 819 : 3 – 18

5. There were 2,400 rolls of wallpaper in the warehouse. One store sent 800 rolls to one store, and the second store sent 350 more rolls than the first store. How many rolls of wallpaper are left in the warehouse?

**Option 1**

1 Write down the numbers:

1) 6 sot . ths. 7. unit ths. 3 sot.

2) 3 units . Class II 3 units . 1 class

3 ) 901 units . II class 5 units . 1 class

4) 6 units. 3rd class 8 2nd class

5) Write the number 123,060 as the sum of the digit sums.

2. Compare the numbers:

а) 700300…70030 875129….857129

b) Insert suitable digits instead of * so that the entries become correct:

54802 < 5**02 67**3< 67**3

3. Calculate:

a) 763512 – 500 2360 x 10

600 000 -1 764000 : 100

86759+1 32 х 1000

b) Insert numbers in place of * so that the entries become correct:

7816 =7016+ * 48000+ * = 48010

4.Solve the problem:

There are 10 books in one stack. Three thousand books were brought to the library. How many stacks of books were brought to the library?

5. Solve the problem:

Which is lighter and by how many kilograms: 8 boxes of chocolates

with 32 kg in each or 7 boxes of waffles with 36 kg in each?

**Option 2**

1 Write down the numbers:

1) 6 sot . thousand 7 dess. 2 units.

2) 4 des . class II 9 units . 1 class

3 ) 540 units of II class 2 units of I class

4) 7 units. 3rd class 1 unit 2nd class

5) Write the number 215,080 as the sum of the digit sums.

2. Compare the numbers:

а) 600400…60040 836592….863592

b) Insert suitable digits instead of * so that the entries become correct:

86709 < 8**09 26**1< 26**1

3. Calculate:

а) 206317 – 300 25800 : 10

30 000 -1 26 х1000

73549+1 84000:100

b) Insert numbers in place of * so that the entries become correct:

8172 =8102+ * 95000+ * = 95430

4.Solve the problem:

One box contains 10 cakes. How many boxes will it take to pack 1,000 cakes?

5. Solve the problem:

Which is heavier and by how many kilograms: 6 sacks of flour

46 kg each, or 5 sacks of rice, 48 kg each?

**Option 1**

1 Write down the numbers:

1) 6 sot . ths. 7. unit ths. 3 sot.

2) 3 units . Class II 3 units . 1 class

3 ) 901 units . II class 5 units . 1 class

4) 6 units. 3rd class 8 2nd class

5) Write the number 123,060 as the sum of the digit sums.

2. Compare the numbers:

а) 700300…70030 875129….857129

b) Insert suitable digits instead of * so that the entries become correct:

54802 < 5**02 67**3< 67**3

3. Calculate:

a) 763512 – 500 2360 x 10

600 000 -1 764000 : 100

86759+1 32 х 1000

b) Insert numbers in place of * so that the entries become correct:

7816 =7016+ * 48000+ * = 48010

4.Solve the problem:

There are 10 books in one stack. Three thousand books were brought to the library. How many stacks of books were brought to the library?

5. Solve the problem:

Which is lighter and by how many kilograms: 8 boxes of chocolates

with 32 kg in each or 7 boxes of waffles with 36 kg in each?

**Option 2**

1 Write down the numbers:

1) 6 sot . thousand 7 dess. 2 units.

2) 4 des . class II 9 units . 1 class

3 ) 540 units of II class 2 units of I class

4) 7 units. 3rd class 1 unit 2nd class

5) Write the number 215,080 as the sum of the digit sums.

2. Compare the numbers:

а) 600400…60040 836592….863592

b) Insert suitable digits instead of * so that the entries become correct:

86709 < 8**09 26**1< 26**1

3. Calculate:

а) 206317 – 300 25800 : 10

30 000 -1 26 х1000

73549+1 84000:100

b) Insert numbers in place of * so that the entries become correct:

8172 =8102+ * 95000+ * = 95430

4.Solve the problem:

One box contains 10 cakes. How many boxes will it take to pack 1,000 cakes?

5. Solve the problem:

Which is heavier and by how many kilograms: 6 sacks of flour

46 kg each, or five bags of rice, 48 kg each?

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem by actions:

From one plot, did workers collect seven bags of potatoes, 35 kg each? From the second one they harvested 124 kg more. How many kg of potatoes were harvested from both plots?

2. Calculate:

64000:1000= 7800х10=

4300×10= 540×1000=

109000:10= 30400:100=

3. find the value of the expressions:

852 – 214 х 3 + 187 =

736 : 8 + 627 – 567 =

711 : 9 + (506 – 105 х 4 ) =

4. Solve the problem:

Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle with sides 5 cm and 7 cm. Draw a square with the same perimeter and find its area.

**Option 2**

1 Solve the problem by actions:

Vanya has nine sets of cards with 12 pieces in each set. Kolya has 18 fewer cards. How many cards do the two boys have in total?

2. Do the math:

84000:1000= 9400х10=

5300х100= 280х1000=

207000:10= 10600:100=

3 Find the value of the expressions:

848 – 146 х 3 + 209 =

665 : 7 + 627 – 458 =

672 : 8 + (801 – 204 х 3) =

4. Solve the problem:

Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle with sides 4 cm and 8 cm. Draw a square with the same perimeter and find its area.

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem:

Buy 400 grams of black coffee and 3 packets of 50g tea. Find the mass of the entire purchase.

2. Solve the problem:

The excursion began at 11:40 and ended at 1:20. How long did the excursion last?

3. Find the value of the expressions:

198 х 4 + 852 : 4=

568 : 2 x 4 x 100 =

4. Express in new units

6,543 kg = …t…kg

40 mo. = … y. … month.

8 765 cm = … m … cm

185 s = … min … s

420 min = …h

5. Solve the problem:

The sides of a rectangle are 30 mm and 50 mm. Find its area, express it in cm2.

6*. Olya went for a walk 3 minutes earlier than Alexei. Aliosha went out 2 minutes later than Sasha. Which child went out earlier and by how many minutes?

7.*Calculate

22 h – 5 h 15 min =

9 kg 500 g – 6 kg 800 g =

7 m – 6 dm 8 cm=

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem:

The mass of a packet of tea is 50 g. Mom bought four packs of tea and 500 g of sausage. Find the mass of the entire purchase.

2. Solve the problem:

The performance began at 3:30 p.m. and ended at 5:10 p.m. How long did the performance last?

3. Find the value of the expressions:

167 х 3 + 432 : 3=

792 : 6 x 5 x 1000=

4. Express in new units

7,651 g = … kg … g

52 mo. = … г. … months.

7 651 cm = … m … cm

366 s = … min … s

180 min = …h

5. Solve the problem:

The sides of a rectangle are 60 mm and 40 mm. Find its area, express it in cm2.

6*. A doctor has prescribed 5 shots for a patient – a shot every half hour. How long will it take to give all the shots?

7 *Calculate.

23 h – 4 h 50 min =

7 kg 300 g – 5 kg 700 g =

5 m – 4 dm 7 cm =

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem:

There are 270 pages in a book. A boy read this book in three days. On the first day he read one third of the whole book, on the second day he read 100 pages. How many pages did the boy read on the third day?

2. Compare:

5 km 206 m …5260 m 1300 mm2 …13 cm2

45 t….45 c 2 min 30 s….150 s

3. Calculate by writing down the column:

24798 + 63007 426876 + 24857

70000 – 24618 302879 – 179243

4 Calculate by writing down the calculations in columns:

28 t 640 kg – 9 t 890 km =

18 kg 360 g + 16 kg 740 g =

4 h 40 min + 55 min =

5. Solve the equations:

290 + X = 640- 260 3 x X = 87 – 6

6. Solve the problem:

Draw a rectangle with sides 3cm and 2cm, shading one-third of it. Calculate the area of the painted part.

7 *. Solve the problem:

Emelya scooped 37 liters of water into 2 buckets. He spilled 2 liters of water from the first bucket and 5 liters from the second bucket as he climbed on the stove. But the water was equal. How many liters of water were in each bucket?

**Option 2**

1 .Solve the problem:

Some 360 kg of sugar were brought to the store. On the first day, one third of the sugar was sold, and on the second day, 150 kg of sugar was sold. How many kg of sugar are left?

2. Compare:

2 t 906 kg …2960 kg 150 cm….150 m 4 h 30 min….250 min

3. Calculate by writing down the column:

27996 + 50728 321850+ 64008

90000 – 45193 520613 – 318749

4 Calculate by writing down the calculations with a column:

38 km 230 m – 8 km 390 m =

54 kg 120 g + 17 kg 840 g =

6 min 20 s + 45 s =

5. Solve the equations:

400 – X = 120 + 70 84 : X = 7 x 3

6. Solve the problem:

Draw a rectangle with sides 6 cm and 1 cm, shading one-third of it. Calculate the area of the painted part.

7*. Solve the problem:

One barrel contained 20 kg of honey. After Winnie the Pooh took 2 kg of honey from it, there was 4 kg less than in the other barrel. How much honey has remained in these two barrels?

Term paper for the first half of the fourth year.

**Option 1**

1. Solve a problem:

The seamstress made five dresses and seven suits from a piece of chintz 36 meters long. How many meters of fabric were used for the dresses and how many for the suits?

2. Calculate by writing in columns:

700681 – 23902 280112 + 361754 1762 – 5 34872 : 8 13140 : 6

3. Calculate by writing down the calculations in column:

11t 823 kg – 6t 748 kg

4h 40 min + 1h 52 min.

4. Solve the equations:

X + 350 = 700 – 230 7000 : X =7 x 100

5*. Solve the problem:

A barrel holds 84 liters of water. When the barrel is half filled and 7 more buckets of water are added, the barrel is filled to the top. How many times the capacity of the barrel is greater than the capacity of the bucket?

**Option 2**

1 . Solve the problem:

Some 45 kg of potatoes and 20 kg of carrots were brought to a store. A total of 13 sacks, with the same amount of vegetables in each sack. How many bags of potatoes and how many bags of carrots were brought?

2. Calculate by writing down the column:

900172 – 10719 598302 + 271908 2764 – 6 58534 : 7 31440 : 4

3. Calculate by writing down the calculations in column:

51 km 876 m – 37 km 993 m

5 h 36 min + 1 h 42 min

4. Solve the equations:

980 – X = 340 + 230 X : 8 = 800 x 10

5*. Solve the problem:

A tank holds 24 liters of water. When the tank is half filled and 3 more buckets of water are added, the tank is filled to the top. How many times the capacity of the tank is greater than the capacity of the bucket?

**Option 1.**

1. Solve the problem:

The hikers rode on a bus for 3 hours at a speed of 60 km/h and walked for 5 hours at a speed of 6 km/h. What distance did the hikers cover?

2. Solve the problem:

Two motorboats set out from two wharves to meet each other. The distance between the quays is 180 km. They had to meet each other after 6 hours. At what speed did the second ship proceed, if the speed of the first ship was

15 km/hour?

3. Solve the examples in column.

4 1230 – 2 1 263 : 3

603 – 80 1 635 : 5

1 2700 – 4 5 910 : 3

4. Find the value of the expressions:

(15 885 * 6 – 2 230 : 5) – 345 =

62 697 – (2 449 * 7 + 4 524 : 3) =

5. Solve the problem:

Find the perimeter of a rectangle if you know that its area is 7200 dm2 and its length is 80 dm.

6* . Insert the missing arithmetic signs and brackets so that the equality is correct:

6…6…6…6…6…6…6 = 100

**Option 2**

1 Solve the problem:

The motor ship has been going along the lake for 2 hours at a speed of 42 km/h and up the river for 3 hours at a speed of 40 km/h. What is the distance traveled by the motorboat?

2. Solve the problem:

Two pedestrians came out of two settlements to meet each other. The distance between the two settlements is 48 km. They met each other after 4 hours. At what speed did the first pedestrian walk, if the speed of the second pedestrian is 7 km/hour?

3. Solve the examples in column.

1 2360 – 4 2 448 : 3

708 – 90 7 528 : 2

3 1600 – 5 8 910 : 9

4. Find the value of the expressions:

(1845 * 6 – 3240 : 3) – 345 =

45697 – (3451 * 6 + 3202 : 2) =

5* . Insert the missing arithmetic signs and brackets so that the equality is correct:

5…5…5…5…5 = 100

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem:

Two motorcyclists left from two cities, the distance between which is 390 km, simultaneously towards each other and met after 3 hours.

One motorcyclist was traveling at a speed of 60 km/h. Find the speed of the other motorcyclist.

2. Solve the problem:

Two cars left the garage at the same time in opposite directions. One was traveling at 50 km/h, the other was traveling at 70 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 4 hours?

3. Solve the examples in column.

93650 – 6 75270 : 30

78240 – 80 205100 : 700

843 – 700 36200 : 40

4. Perform division with a remainder:

7360 : 800 11970 : 400

5* . What time is it now if the past part of the day is 4 hours longer than the rest of the day?

**Option 2**

1 Solve the problem:

Two cars left two cities, a distance of 600 km between them, simultaneously drove towards each other and met each other after 4 hours. One car was traveling at a speed of 70 km/h. What was the speed of the second car?

2. Solve the problem:

A car and a motorcycle left the same city at the same time in opposite directions. The speed of the car is 60 km/h and the motorcycle is 70 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 3 hours?

3. Solve the examples in column.

72090 – 7 86240 : 40

8160 – 40 238800 : 600

659 – 600 18240 : 30

4. Perform division with a remainder:

4380 : 600 13590 : 300

5* . What time is it now if the elapsed part of the day is 6 hours less than the rest of the day?

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem.

Two cars left a town at the same time in opposite directions and the distance between them is 200 km. The speed of one car was 65 km/h and the speed of the other car was 75 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 2 hours?

2. Perform the calculations.

518 – 32 348 – 920

2748 – 56 280 – 840

3. Find the value of the expression:

9000 – 424 – 76 : 4

4. Solve the equation:

Х + 120 = 4000 : 5

5. Draw a segment whose length of the fourth part is 2 cm 4 mm.

6. Instead of ? insert arithmetic signs so that the equations become true:

80 ? 20 ? 600 = 1 000 900 ? 30 ? 30 = 60

7.* Solve the problem.

Olga went for a walk 3 minutes earlier than Alyosha. Alyosha went out two minutes later than Sasha. Which of the children went out earlier and by how many minutes?

**Option 2**

1. Solve this problem.

Two pedestrians walked in opposite directions at the same time from two villages that are 40 km apart. The speed of one of them was 5 km/h and the speed of the other was 6 km/h. What will be the distance between them in 3 hours?

2. Perform the calculations.

3 489 – 65 234 – 89

623 – 760 420 – 530

3. Find the value of the expression:

8000 – 568 – 14 : 2

4. Solve the equation:

Х + 970 = 69 – 30

5. Draw a segment whose third part length is 3 cm 6 mm.

6. Instead of ? insert arithmetic signs so that the equations become true:

40 ? 20 ? 200 = 1 000 600 ? 30 ? 20 = 40

7.* Solve the problem.

A doctor has prescribed five shots for a patient, one every half hour. How long will it take to give all the shots?