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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Region I

SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE OF URDANETA CITY

NANCAYASAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Urdaneta City, Pangasinan

MATHEMATICS 4

Grade/Section: _______________________ Score: _________________

Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write your answer on your

answer sheet.

1. What geometric figure is formed when 2 rays meet at a common end point?

A. Line B. Point C. Angle D. Polygon

A. Hands of a clock at 9:00 C. Horizontal bars

B. Corner of a building D. Capital letter X

A. Perpendicular lines form square corners.

B. Intersecting lines do not cross each other.

C. Intersecting lines never meet at one point.

D. Parallel lines meet at a point.

A. B. C. D.

A. Right Angle C. Obtuse Angle

B. Acute Angle D. Right or Acute Angle

A. Right Angle C. Obtuse Angle

B. Acute Angle D. None of the above

A. Isosceles Triangle C. Equilateral Triangle

B. Scalene Triangle D. Right Triangle

A. They are classified according to their sides.

B. They are classified according to their angles.

C. They are classified according to their sides and angles.

D. They are classified according to line segments.

A. Square B. Rhombus C. Rectangle D. Parallelogram

10. Dom made a cut out. He cut quadrilateral in which opposite sides are equals

and has 4 right angles. What kind of quadrilateral did he make?

A. Parallelogram B. Rectangle C. Rhombus D. Trapezoid

A. It has 4 equal sides.

B. It has 2 equal opposite angles are obtuse and other 2 equal opposite

angles are acute.

C. It has 2 pairs of parallel sides and opposite sides are equal.

D. It has 4 right angles with 4 equal sides.

A. 7 B. 9 C. 11 D. 13

13. What is the missing number in 36, 33, , 27, 25, 21?

A. 32 B. 31 C. 29 D. 30

A. 3 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8

A. 5 B. 6 C. 7 D. 8

16. Time started 12:15, time ended 12:58. Find the elapsed time.

A. 41 minutes B. 42 minutes C. 43 minutes D. 44 minutes

17. Find the elapsed time. Time started 7:09, time ended 7:39.

A. 30 minutes B. 22 minutes C. 40 minutes D. 50 minutes

18. Estimate the elapsed time. Time started 5:24, time ended 5:42.

A. 10 minutes B. 20 minutes C. 30 minutes D. 40 minutes

19. Estimate the elapsed time. Time started 6:14, time ended 6:36.

A. 10 minutes B. 20 minutes C. 30 minutes D. 40 minutes

5:25p.m. How long did it take her to wash her clothes?

A. The length of time it takes Mary to wash her clothes

B. The work done by Mary.

C. The time Mary washed her clothes

D. The time Mary stopped washing.

A. Addition B. Subtraction C. Multiplication D. division

A. 5:25 + 2:45 = N C. 5:25 x 2:45= N

B. 5:25 - 2:45= N D. 5:25 ÷ 2:45= N

A. It takes 2 hours and 40 mins for Mary to wash her clothes.

B. It takes 3 hours and 40 mins for Mary to wash her clothes.

C. Mary started to wash her clothes at 2:45pm.

D. Mary finished at 5:25pm.

A. It is the distance on one side of the figure.

B. It is the distance around the figure.

C. It is a closed figure.

D. It is a unit of measurement.

A. P=side x 2 B. P=side x 3 C. P=side x 4 D. P=side x 5

a. P=side x 4 c. P= side + side

b. P= (2 x length) + (2 x width) d. P=length x width

12 cm

8 cm

A. 40 cm B. 42 cm C. 44 cm D.46 cm

9 cm

7 cm 7 cm

6 cm

A. 29 cm B. 26 cm C. 28 cm D.27 cm

29. A house will be built in a square lot with a side of 70 m. What is the perimeter

of the lot?

A. 280 m B. 270 m C. 260 m D. 250 m

30. Ruben will put a lace around his project in Arts. His project has a shape of a

rectangle whose length is 20 cm and width of 12 cm. How many centimeters of

lace will he need?

A. 62 cm. B. 63 cm. C. 64 cm. D. 65 cm.

A. Perimeter is the distance around the figure while area is the number of

square units in a plane figure.

B. Perimeter is the same as the area.

C. Perimeter is the sum of all sides while area is the product of all sides.

D. Perimeter is the product of all sides while area is the sum of all sides.

32. An equilateral banner had a perimeter of 180cm. What is the length of its

side?

A.15cm B. 30cm C. 40cm D. 60cm

inches a side. She adds lace around it using the sewing machine.

33. What formula she used to get the measurement around the square

neckerchief?

A. P= L x W B. P = 4 + s C. P = s x 4 D. P = 2L +2W

A. P= 8in. B. P = 16in. C. P = 24in D. P = 32in.

35. If the cost of the lace is P2.00 per inch, how much did she spent for the lace?

A. P 50.00 B.P64.00 C. P100.00 D. P180.00

36. If Lea started putting the lace at 8:03a.m. and finished at 8: 59 a.m. How

many minutes did she spent in putting the lace?

A. 56 seconds C. 56 minutes

B. 96 seconds D. 96minutes

A. 25 B. 2.5 C. 2 D. 3

A. 6 400 B. 64 000 C. 64 D. 64 000 000

39. Convert 240, 000 sq. cm to sq. m.

A. 24 sq. m B. 48 sq. m C. 240sq. m D. 480sq. m

40. Bert and Jane are busy cleaning their garden in school. If the area of their

garden is 3 500,000 square centimeters, what is its equivalent in square meters?

A. 350 sq. m B. 35 sq. m C. 3500 sq. m D. 3.5 sq. m

Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Region I

SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE OF URDANETA CITY

NANCAYASAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Urdaneta City, Pangasinan

Key Answer MATHEMATICS 4

1. C

2. D

3. A

4. A

5. A

6. C

7. C

8. C

9. A

10. B

11. B

12. C

13. D

14. D

15. B

16. C

17. A

18. B

19. C

20. A

21. B

22. B

23. A

24. B

25. C

26. B

27. A

28. A

29. A

30. C

31. A

32. D

33. C

34. D

35. B

36. C

37. A

38. B

39. A

40. C

Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NANCAYASAN Region I

SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE OF URDANETA CITY

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Urdaneta City, Pangasinan

Table of Specification

THIRD QUARTER EXAMINATION

MATHEMATICS 4

Patterns

and Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Total

Algebra

45. describes and illustrates parallel, intersecting,

2E 3A 2

and perpendicular lines.

47. describes and illustrates different angles (right,

1E, 4E,5E 6E 4

acute, and obtuse) using models.

48. describes the attributes/properties of triangles

7E 1

and quadrilaterals using concrete objects or models.

49. identifies and describes triangles according to

8A 1

sides and angles.

50. identifies and describes the different kinds of

quadrilaterals: square, rectangle, parallelogram, 9E 10A 11A 3

trapezoid, and rhombus.

53. determines the missing term/s in a sequence of

numbers (e.g. odd numbers, even numbers, 12E, 13E 2

multiples of a number, factors of a number, etc.)

54. finds the missing number in an equation

involving properties of operations. (e.g. (4+__ ) + 8 14E, 15E 2

= 4 + ( 5 + __)

Measurement 55. finds the elapsed time in minutes and seconds. 16E, 17E 2

56. estimates the duration of time in minutes. 18E, 19E 2

57. solves problems involving elapsed time. 20E 22E 21E 23A, 36 E 5

58. visualizes the perimeter of any given plane

24E 1

figure in different situations.

60. derives the formula for perimeter of any given

25,E 26 A 2

figure.

61. finds the perimeter of triangles, squares, 27E, 28E,

rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids.

32D 5

29E, 30A

62. solves routine and non-routine problems in real-

life situations involving perimeter of squares and

rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, and

33E 34E, 35D 3

trapezoids.

63. differentiates perimeter from area. 31A 1

64. converts sq. cm to sq. m and vice versa. 37E, 38E,

4

39E, 40E

TOTAL 9 5 15 4 7 40

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