# Year 4 Sats Mathematics Test

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You have 20 minutes to complete this test, but you MUST complete these questions as fast as you can.
You have different types of questions: Multiple Choice, Checkboxes, True/False, Match-Up and Short and Long Answers.
You may find some types harder than others but make sure you attempt all.
Calculators are NOT allowed, but you can use a pencil and ruler on the scrap paper provided. Remember to do your working out as you may get a mark for it.
Questions usually get harder throughout the quiz but instead will be put into subjects. For example, shapes and numbers.
You Read moremust try each question as you can not go back and reattempt it but the question will be reviewed with you and your teacher after the test.

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### From this question, you WILL be marked for your answers. Tick all the properties found in a square.

• A.

Four sides

• B.

60 degree angles

• C.

3D shape

• D.

Sides of same length

A. Four sides
D. Sides of same length
Explanation
A square is a two-dimensional shape that has four sides of equal length. It does not have 60-degree angles, as all four angles in a square are right angles (90 degrees). Additionally, a square is not a 3D shape, as it does not have depth or volume. Therefore, the correct properties found in a square are four sides and sides of the same length.

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• 4.

### This is a practice question so you will NOT be marked for it. Tick two multiples of 2.

• A.

4

• B.

6

• C.

9

A. 4
B. 6
Explanation
Checkbox questions are usually multi-choice so can be harder than simple True or False questions.

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• 5.

### A cube is a six sided 3D shape. Can you name another?

cuboid
Explanation
A cuboid is another six-sided 3D shape, similar to a cube. However, unlike a cube, a cuboid has rectangular faces instead of square faces. It has six faces, eight vertices, and twelve edges. The length, width, and height of a cuboid can have different measurements, unlike a cube where all sides are equal. Therefore, a cuboid is a valid alternative to a cube when considering six-sided 3D shapes.

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• 6.

### What shapes does a cuboid have? Tick as many answers as you want.

• A.

Squares

• B.

Polygons

• C.

Rectangles

• D.

Triangles

A. Squares
C. Rectangles
Explanation
A cuboid has squares and rectangles as its shapes. A square is a special type of rectangle with all sides equal in length, while a rectangle has opposite sides equal in length. Therefore, a cuboid can have squares and rectangles as its shapes. Triangles and polygons are not mentioned as options, so they are not included in the answer.

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• 7.

### Fill in the gaps. One third +  is one whole. Enter your answer with words.

two thirds
Explanation
One third plus two thirds is equal to one whole. This is because when we add one third (1/3) and two thirds (2/3), we are combining three equal parts. Two of these parts (2/3) added to one part (1/3) make a whole, which is equivalent to three thirds (3/3) or one.

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• 8.

five thirds
• 9.

### Answer this question. This is from a real Year 4 SATs paper. Enter your answer making sure you show your working.# Enter in this format: £1.23

£2.45
Explanation
The given answer is £2.45. This is the correct answer as it matches the given value. There is no need to show any working or calculations as the answer is already provided.

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• 10.

### 4 pineapples cost £3.40 Calculate the cost of 1 pineapple. Enter in pences using this format: 12p

85p
Explanation
The cost of 4 pineapples is £3.40. To find the cost of 1 pineapple, we can divide the total cost by the number of pineapples. £3.40 divided by 4 gives us £0.85. Since the answer format requires pence, we convert £0.85 to pence by multiplying it by 100. Therefore, the cost of 1 pineapple is 85p.

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• 11.

### Mary says 'A square is a quadrilateral' Is she correct?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

A. Yes
Explanation
Mary is correct. A square is indeed a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides, and a square fits this definition as it has four equal sides.

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• 12.

### Work out this BODMAS problem. 58 + 34 - (9 + 2) x 2

70
Explanation
To solve the expression:
58 + 34 - (9 + 2) x 2

You should follow the order of operations (PEMDAS/BODMAS):

1. First, calculate within the parentheses:
9 + 2 = 11

2. Then, perform the multiplication:
11 x 2 = 22

3. Now, you can proceed with the addition and subtraction from left to right:
58 + 34 - 22 = 92 - 22 = 70

So, the result of the expression is 70.

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