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Đề thi Violympic Toán Tiếng Anh lớp 4 vòng 7 năm 2015 - 2016


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Đề thi Violympic Toán Tiếng Anh lớp 4 vòng 7 năm 2015 - 2016

Exam number 1: Fill in the blank with the suitable number.
Question 1:
Mary has 30 packs of candies. There are 11 candies in each pack. Mary has .......... candies in all.
Question 2:
Calculate: 2015 + 99 x 2015 = ...........
Question 3:
Convert: 3m= ..............cm2
Question 4:
42 x 11 = ...........
Question 5:
300m+ 400m= .............. dm2
Question 6:
The sum of two numbers is 156 and their difference is 12. What is the smaller number?
Answer: ...............
Question 7:
The value of M = (125 x 4 + 500 : 2) x 100 is ............
Question 8:

The clock shows the last time Anna saw before she sleeps. She wakes up at 6:15am. How long did she sleep?
Answer:
She slept ............. minutes.
Question 9:
If the number 386a is divisible by 6 then a = ............
Question 10:
Arrange the digits in the number 371059 to form a new number with the greatest value.
Answer: ..............
Exam number 2:
Question 1:
Calculate: 205 x 3 + 205 x 7 = ..............
Question 2:
The average of 57 and M is 43. The value of M is ..................
Question 3:
Which of following number is divisible by 9?
Question 4:
13000cm= ............ dm2.
The correct number fill in the blank is .............
Question 5:
John forgot the number of people at volleyball game. He remembers that the number had a digit 5 in the tens place. Which of following number could John be thinking of?
Question 6:
Orange Hill is 578 feet high. Banana Hill is 235 feet high. How many feet higher is Orange Hill more than Banana Hill?
Question 7:
If the cost of 5kg of coffee is $160 then the cost of 8kg of coffee is ............
Question 8:
Write the following as a numeral: nine hundred thousand
Question 9:
John has 15 candies and Tom has 31 candies. How many candies does Tom need to give to John so that each boy will have the same number of candies?