# What is the definition of a number?

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What is the definition of a number?
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MAP tests measure important academic skills in mathematics, reading, and language usage. Practice tests will help prepare your 4th grader for the MAP test. MAP practice tests can help familiarize your child with the structure and content of the test.
Math MAP Test Practice For 4th Grade Students
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Place Value: The value of a digit based on its position in a number. For example, in the number 12, the digit 1 is in the ones place, so its value is 1. Order of Operations: The order in which operations are performed when evaluating an equation. For example, multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction. Rounding: Adjusting a number to a simpler form by increasing or decreasing its value to the nearest multiple of 10, 100, etc. For example, rounding the number 23 to the nearest 10 would result in 20.
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The MAP test was introduced in the year 2000 by the Northwest Evaluation Association to measure student progress. The MAP test is adaptive, meaning the difficulty of the questions changes based on the student's answers. The MAP test is given to students in 40 different countries around the world.
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Work together in pairs: What strategies can you use to help you solve a math problem on the MAP test?
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Work together in pairs: What strategies did you use to help you answer the questions on the math MAP test practice?
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Brain break: Draw a funny face with a mustache and clown nose wearing a chef hat.
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What is 15 + 12?
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• 30
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What is the value of 'x' in the equation: 3x + 5 = 20?
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Which fraction is equivalent to 0.75?
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• 1/2
• 2/3
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(4 x 10) - (50 / 25) = ?
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What is the sum of all angles in a triangle?
• 180 degrees
• 90 degrees
• 360 degrees