# Primary 4 CA1 Practice #1

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Q1.
What of the following has the same value as 42 326? [1 mark]

Q2.
Which of the following is a multiple of both 6 and 8? [2 marks]

Q3.
Which of the following numbers has the digit 7 in the thousands place? [1 mark]

Q4.
What is twenty thousand and eleven in numerals? [1 mark]

Q5.
Ivan drove 8654 km on trip. Round off the distance travelled to the nearest ten. [1 mark]

Q6.
548 children took part in a colouring competition. Each child was given 30 colour pencils. How many colour pencils were given away? [1 mark]

Q7.
Meng is facing the library. Where will he be facing if he makes a

^{3}⁄_{4}- turn in the clockwise direction? [1 mark]
Q8.
Find the difference between the 4th multiple of 7 and 6th multiple of 8. [1 mark]

Q9.
Find the sum of all the factors of 16. [1 mark]

Q10.
Which of the following statements is incorrect? [1 mark]

Q11.
What is the 6th multiple of 7? [1 mark]

Q12.
Which one of the following is the same as 96 141? [1 mark]

Q13.
Which of the following sets of numbers is arranged from the smallest to the greatest? [2 marks]

Q14.
Marcus paid $17 295 for a television set. Round the amount he paid to the nearest thousand dollars. [1 mark]

Q15.
Which of the following is a factor of 56? [1 mark]

Q16.
In 14 507, the digit '1' stands for _____. [1 mark]

Q17.
Use a protractor to measure ∠m. [1 mark]

Q18.
Find the product of 134 and 35. [1 mark]

Q19.
Daryl is thinking of a whole number. It is a factor of 45 and a multiple of 3. What is the number Daryl is thinking of? [2 marks]

Q20.
In 62 345, the digit 2 stands for _____. [1 mark]