### Transcription

SAMPLE13FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsKevin made a pictograph to show the number of students in his class whodrink milk at lunch.STUDENTS DRINKINGMILK AT LUNCHMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridayKEY ? studentsIf the pictograph shows that 6 students drink milk at lunch on Monday and10 students drink milk at lunch on Wednesday, how many students drink milkat lunch on Friday?2A6B7C12D13Isabella cannot remember the product of 9 8. Which of the following isanother expression that Isabella could use to find the product of 9 8 ?F(9 5) (9 3)G(9 4) (9 2)H(9 1) (4 2)I(9 2) (8 6)Page 2FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions33SAMPLEThe drawing below shows an open scallop shell.How many lines of symmetry does the drawing have?4A3B2C1D0Dorian is making a border for his bedroom wall using the pattern below.?What is the next figure in his pattern?FGHIPage 3FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

3SAMPLE5Leia visited a horse ranch. She noticed thatshown below.Which fraction is equivalent to6FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsA12B14C23D346868of the horses were spotted, as?A group of 4 friends will share 32 pieces of candy equally. Which expressioncan be used to find how many pieces of candy each friend will get?F32 4G32 4H32 4I32 4Page 4FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLEFCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions7Two flowers are pictured below. On Flower A,Flower B,25123of the petals are shaded. Onof the petals are shaded.Flower AFlower B1225Which inequality below correctly compares the fractions of petals thatare shaded?A12 25B12 25C21 52D21 52Page 5FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLE893FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsChris gave 2 beach balls to each friend who came to his birthday party. He had8 friends at his party. Which equation could be used to find the total numberof beach balls Chris gave to his friends at the party?F8 b 2Gb 2 8H8 2 bIb 8 2Rosalyn drew three figures and shaded parts of each figure.Which mixed number is represented by the shading of thethree figures above?A2 14B2 34C3 14D3 21Page 6FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions10SAMPLE3In the picture below, 3 29 of the figures are shaded.Which fraction is equivalent to 3 29 ?F294G297H299I2936Page 7FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLE113FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsMs. Tanaka is ordering calendars for the students at 4 elementary schools. Thetable below shows the number of students at each of the schools.STUDENTS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSName of SchoolNumber of StudentsGreendale1,789Jones Park1,032Shady River2,115Wakefield1,992Which is the best estimate of the total number of calendars Ms. Tanaka needsto order for the students in all 4 schools?A4,000B5,000C7,000D8,000Page 8FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLEFCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions123Mr. Jarrell has 4 students in his chess club. He will put them in pairs to play agame of chess. The chart below shows the names of the students in the club.STUDENTS IN CHESS CLUBCharlesErinGaylePacoWhat is the total number of different pairs of two students that can be made?13F8G6H4I2Diane drew the four shapes shown below.Which of the following is true about all of the shapes?AEach shape has exactly two pairs of parallel sides.BEach shape has exactly five vertices.CEach shape is a regular polygon.DEach shape is a quadrilateral.Page 9FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLE143FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsAkele noticed a figure like the one shown below in his math book.Which set of shapes could be put together, without overlapping, to make afigure that looks exactly the same as Akele’s figure?FGHIPage 10FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions15SAMPLE3Theodore drew a picture like the one shown below on the front ofhis notebook.Using the provided ruler, what is the perimeter, in centimeters, ofTheodore’s picture?A36 centimetersB32 centimetersC28 centimetersD26 centimetersNote: The dimensions in this graphic may not be accurate if this Web-based page is printed on a desktop printerbecause the printer may shrink content to fit the page; however, during the production of test booklets, the FloridaDepartment of Education takes quality assurance steps to ensure the dimensions and scale are accurate in theitems that require the student to use a ruler to measure.Page 11FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

3SAMPLE16FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsTerrence found a stone arrowhead like the one shown below.Stone Arrowhead?Using the provided ruler, what is the exact length, in inches, of thestone arrowhead?F2G2 21 inchesH2 14 inchesI2 81 inchesinchesNote: The dimensions in this graphic may not be accurate if this Web-based page is printed on a desktop printerbecause the printer may shrink content to fit the page; however, during the production of test booklets, the FloridaDepartment of Education takes quality assurance steps to ensure the dimensions and scale are accurate in theitems that require the student to use a ruler to measure.Page 12FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLEFCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample Questions173The clock below shows the time Kadin left for the airport.111211029384765Kadin arrived at the airport 25 minutes later. What time did Kadin arrive atthe airport?18Aa quarter to sevenBa quarter after sevenCa quarter to eightDa quarter after eightThe Eagles soccer team’s uniform consists of either a red or white shirt andeither red, white, or black shorts.ShirtsRedWhiteRedWhiteShortsBlackHow many different uniform combinations are possible?F2G5H6I8Page 13FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

SAMPLE193FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsThe students in Mrs. Livingston’s class voted for their favorite kind offootwear. The number of votes is shown in the table below.FAVORITE er ofVotes38410Which bar graph correctly shows the same information as the table?FAVORITE FOOTWEAR1086420BootsFootwearNumber of VotesFAVORITE FOOTWEARFlip-FlopsSandalsSneakersBootsFlip-Flops SandalsFootwearSneakers024ACFAVORITE FOOTWEARBootsFootwearNumber of VotesFAVORITE FOOTWEAR1210864206 8 10 12 14 16 18 20Number of VotesFlip-FlopsSandalsSneakersBootsFlip-Flops SandalsFootwearBSneakers0246 8 10 12 14 16 18 20Number of VotesDPage 14FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education

Please use this provided ruler for sample questions.4567CUT HERE389 10 11 12 13 14 15CUT HERE2CUT HERE651CUT HERE43Centimeters2100InchesCUT HERECUT HEREThe FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Grades 3 and 4 tests will require the use of a provided six-inchruler with both metric and customary units. Items that require the student to use a ruler tomeasure and solve will use the wording “Using the provided ruler . . .” in the question.Graphics that need to be measured may include a line segment indicating the linearmeasure needed.* For example,Terrence found a stone arrowhead like the one shown below.Stone Arrowhead?Using the provided ruler, what is the exact length, in inches, of the stone arrowhead?*Note: Not all items will include an extracted line segment for students to measure.Note: The dimensions in this graphic may not be accurate if this Web-based page is printedon a desktop printer because the printer may shrink content to fit the page; however,during the production of test booklets, the Florida Department of Education takes qualityassurance steps to ensure the dimensions and scale are accurate in the items that requirethe student to use a ruler to measure.PRINTING SAMPLE DOCUMENTSWhen printing sample documents, you will need to change print settings so printed pageswill be the correct scale for Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics measurement items. Here areinstructions for both PCs and Macs:1. Open the file in Adobe Acrobat.2. From the top menu, click on “File.”3. Click on “Print.”4. In the printer dialogue box, find the drop-down menu labeled “Print Scaling” or“Page Scaling.”5. On the drop-down menu, click on “None.”6. Click on “OK” (for PCs) or “Print” (for Macs).Page 15FCAT 2.0 Mathematics Sample QuestionsFlorida Department of Education