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Department of Education

Region IV A CALABARZON

Municipality of General Mariano Alvarez

FRANCISCO DE CASTRO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

FOURTH PERIODIC TEST IN MATHEMATICS IV

SY 2015-2016

No. of Days Percent No. of Item

Content

Taught % Items Placement

1. Visualizes the volume of solid

figures in different situations

4 10% 5 1-5

using non-standard and

standard units

rectangular prisms using cu.cm 4 10% 5 6-10

and cu.m

routine problems involving 4 10% 5 11-15

area parallelograms

4. Solves routine and non-routine

problems involving the area of 4 10% 5 16-20

a rectangular prism

5. Solves routine and non-routine

problems involving the area of 4 10% 5 21-25

trapezoids

6. Find the volume of a

5 10% 3 26-30

rectangular prism

7. Collects data on two variables

5 4% 2 31-32

using any source

8. Interprets data presented in

5 14% 7 33-39

different kinds of bar graphs

9. Solves routine and non-routine

problems using data presented 5 4% 2 40-41

in a single or double bar graph.

in a simple experiment (e.g.

tossing a coin, spinning a wheel 5 12% 6 42-47

, etc)

11. Construct single vertical bar

5 6% 3 48-50

graphs

TOTAL 50 100 50 50

PREPARED BY:

Submitted to: Grade IV Math Teacher

MAY M. BATUHAN

Principal I

FOURTH PERIODICAL TEST IN MATHEMATICS IV

Name:___________________________ Date_______________

Grade & Section ___________________ Teacher_____________

____ 1. A solid figure is a 3-dimensional figure. It has length , width , and height.

____ 2.Volume is measured in cubic units, such as cubic centimeters ( cm).

____ 3.Non-standard units cannot be used to measure volume.

____ 4. Standard units give a consistent and accurate measure of the volume of a container.

____ 5. The volume of a rectangular prism is equal to the product of its length, width, and

height . V = l x w x h cubic units

____ 6. The amount of space inside an object is called the volume of the object.

____ 7. Volume is measured in square units.

____ 8. To find the volume of rectangular prism multiply the length, width and height.

____ 9. Objects with different shapes can have the same volume.

____10.When the non-standard unit used is small, few units are needed to fill a container.

When the non-standard unit used is bigger, more units are needed to fill the

container.

A rice field in the shape of a parallelogram is 300 meters long. The perpendicular

distance between the base and its opposite side is 120 meters. What is its area?

12. What facts are given?________________________________________________________

13. What is the formula to solve the problem?_______________________________________

14. How is the solution done?____________________________________________________

15. What is the complete answer?_________________________________________________

A triangular pond has a base of 10 meters and a height of 6 meters. What is the area

of the pond?

17. What are given facts?_____________________________________________________

18. What is the formula to solve the problem?______________________________________

19. How is the solution done?____________________________________________________

20. What is the complete answer?________________________________________________

A garden inside a park has the shape of a trapezoid. Its bases are 8 meters and 6

meters. The perpendicular distance between these bases is 7 meters. What is the area

of the garden?

22. What are given facts? _________________________________________________________

23. What is the formula to solve the problem?________________________________________

24. How is the solution done? _____________________________________________________

25. What is the complete answer? __________________________________________________

26.

6 cm 27. 15 cm

3 cm 5 cm

12 cm 30cm

Volume:_________ Volume:______

28. 29. 8 cm 30.

4 cm 12 cm

6 cm

8 cm 2 cm 15 cm

5 cm

7 cm

Volume: _________ Volume: ________ Volume: ________

V .Study the graphs. Write the letter of your chosen answer on your answer sheet.

.

31. What month registers the least number of kaing of pomelos harvested?

a. April c. January

b. February d. March

32. What month registers the most number of kaing of pomelos harvested?

a. May c. January

b. March d. February

33. How many more kaing are harvested in February and April than in January and March?

a. 5 c. 9

b. 7 d. 11

34. What is the total number of kaing of pomelos harvested?

a. 500 c. 510

b. 505 d. 515

35. What is the average number of kaing of pomelos harvested?

a. 110 c. 105

b. 108 d. 102

.

36. Which family has the lowest monthly allowance?

a. Fanoga c. Castro

b. De Guzman d. Briones

37. Which family has the biggest monthly allowance?

a. Castro c. Fanoga

b. De Guzman d. Garcia

38. What is the total monthly allowance of the families?

a. Php 16,550.00 c. Php 16,450.00

b. Php 16,500.00 d. Php 16,000.00

39. What is the average monthly allowance of the families?

a. Php 3,210.00 c. Php 3,410.00

b. Php 3,310.00 d. Php 3,510.00

a. 60 b. 70 c. 90 d. 100

a. 10 b. 20 c. 30 d. 40

VI. Read each problem on probability. Encircle the letter of your chosen answer.

a. Tossing a coin b. Rolling a single 6-sided die c. Choosing a marble from a jar d. All of the above

43. A number from 1 to 10 is chosen at random. What is the probability of choosing any of the numbers?

1 5 6

a. 10

b. 10

c. 10

d. none of the above

44. What is the probability of choosing an A from a set of 5 cards lettered A,B,C,O,U ?

1 1 5

a. 4

b. 5

c. 5

d. none of the above

1 5 0 6

a. 6

b. 6

c. 6

d. 6

46. If a coin is tossed, what is the probability that a head will come out?

1

a. 1 b. 0 c. 2

d. none of the above

VI. Construct a vertical bar graph with the given data in the table below. (48-50)

Number of Students Scores

A 90

B 85

C 80

D 70

PREPARED BY:

KEY TO CORRECTION

2. T 27. 2 250 cm3

3. F 28. 96cm3

4. T 29. 480cm3

5. T 30. 420cm3

6. T 31. C

7. F 32. B

8. T 33. A

9. F 34. C

10. F 35. D

11. The area of a parallelogram 36. C

12. 300 m long, 120 m height 37. B

13. A=BxH 38. A

14. 300 m x 120m = 36, 000 m 39. B

15. 36, 000 m is the area of parallelogram 40. C

16. The area of the triangular pond 41. B

17. Base of 10 meters and a height of 6 meters 42. D

18. A=Bx H 43. A

2

19. 10 x 6 = 60 2 = 30 m 44. B

20. 30m 45. A

21. Area of the garden 47. C

22. 8 meters for base 1, 6 meters for base 2 and 7 meters for height

23. A = (B1 + B2 ) H 48.

2 49.

2

24. (8 + 6) 7 = 14 x 7 = 98 = 49 m 50.

2 2 2

2

25. 49 m

Prepared by:

Submitted to: Grade IV Mathematics Teacher

MAY M. BATUHAN

Principal I

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