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Catherine D. LeTourneau

Alfred S. Posamentier

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Elinor R. Ford

Madelaine Gallin

Former Math Coordinator

Community School District #6

New York, NY

Tim Mason

Title 1 Specialist

Palm Beach County School District

West Palm Beach, FL

Frank Lucido

Associate Professor in

Bilingual/Multicultural Education

Texas A&M University

Corpus Christi, TX

Lucy Lugones

Math Coordinator

St. Luke's School

Whitestone, NY

R. James Milgram Rosalie Pedalino Porter

Professor of Mathematics Consultant Bilingual/ESL Programs

Stanford University Amherst, MA

Palo Alto, CA< Catherine D. LeTourneau Alfred S. Posamentie The publisher gratefully acknowledges Rose Anita Progress in Mathematics, now in its sixth decade Letter to the Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chapter Place Value by William H. Sadlier, Inc. Chapter Addition and Subtraction Chapter Opener Chapter Divide by One Digit Copyright © by Will Chapter Statistics and Probability Chapter Opene Chapter Fractions: Addition and Subtraction Cop Chapter Perimeter, Area, and Volume Chapter O Chapter Decimals Chapter Opener . . . . . . . . A Review of Mathematical Skills from Grade 3 Pr Hundreds 3 hundreds 2 tens Compare Whole Numbers . means “is greater than” Recognize and Count Money ten-dollar bill Addition and Subtraction Facts Add: 5 4 Related Facts 3 3 8 4 These four facts are rel Add and Subtract without Regrouping Add: 2110 Meaning of Multiplication To find how many, you c Multiplication Facts Add: 9 9 9 9 9 Multiply with 10, 11, and 12 Multiply: 3 � 11 � Understand Division Pablo packs 10 apples into ba Division Facts Divide: 35 � 5 � ? Think Relate Multiplication and Division Multiply when Identify Fractions A fraction can name one or mor Customary Units of Length The inch (in.) is a cus Cup, Pint, Quart, Gallon The cup (c), the pint (p Pound The pound (lb) is a customary unit of weigh Centimeter and Meter The centimeter (cm) and the Liter The liter (L) is a metric unit of liquid ca Kilogram The kilogram (kg) is a metric unit of ma Perimeter Find the perimeter of the figure below. Congruent Figures Each of the patterns below was Lines of Symmetry If you can fold a figure in hal Ordered Pairs on a Grid Ordered pairs locate poin Area Area is the number of square units needed to Record and Organize Data The tally chart at the r Graphing Sense Video Sales in May Cartoon Comedy Probability Experiments Karim flips a quarter 10 Dear Student, Problem solvers are super sleuths. Copyright © by William H. Sadlier, Inc. All right Strategy: Choose the Operation Number Sentence De Strategy: Guess and Test Pat's bank holds dimes a Strategy: Use More Than One Step Tina, Maya, and Strategy: Write a Number Sentence A nursery donat Applications: Mixed Review Choose a strategy fr Copyright © by William H. Sadlier, Inc. All right Update yo Use multiplication properties to complete. 9. 2 4-2 Multiplication Models Sharon uses 16 pap Write a multiplication sentence for each model. 1 4-3 Special Factors Look for a pattern when Copy and complete each multiplication. 7. 6 Special Factors Name Date Loo PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4-4 Multiply by One-Digit Numbers Each of 2 Find the product. Use mental math or paper and pe 4-5 Products: Front-End Estimation Will 5 ga Use front-end digits to estimate the product. 16. 4-6 Multiply with Regrouping Cody needs 102 Use front-end digits to estimate. Then multiply. 4-7 Multiply Three-Digit Numbers Each of the Use front-end digits to estimate. Then multiply. Multiply Three-Digit Name Numbers Use Mental Math to Multiply Find the product of 4-8 Multiply Money Cesar buys 8 notebooks fo Use front-end digits to estimate. Then find the p 4-9 Multiply Four-Digit Numbers Mr. Carter b Use front-end digits to estimate. Then find the p 4-10 Patterns in Multiplication Look for pat Find the product. 11. 23 12. 42 Patterns in Multiplication Name Date 54 PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4-11 Products: Rounding to Estimate A school Estimate each product by rounding. 16. 348 Products: Rounding Name to Estimate PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4-12 Multiply by Two-Digit Numbers James bak Use rounding to estimate. Then multiply. 1. 3 4-13 More Multiplying by Two-Digit Numbers K Use rounding to estimate. Then multiply. 1. 2 4-14 Multiply with Three-Digit Numbers Letis Estimate mentally. Then find the product. 1. 4-15 Problem-Solving Strategy: Work backward to solve each problem. 1. The T Problem-Solving Strategy: Name Work Backward PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4-16 Problem-Solving Applications: Mixed Revi Liam picked 124 apples and Cleo picked 152. The p Lessons 1–16 Find the product. 1. 2 34 Clustering Tommy kept a record of his family's d Find the product. 1. 3 21 2. 7 Test Preparation Cha 13. Multiply. 34 6