# 180 Days of Math for Fourth Grade Day 35 Answers Key

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## 180 Days of Math for Fourth Grade Answers Key Day 35

Directions Solve each problem.

Question 1.  Explanation:
Perform addition operation on above two given numbers. Add 32 with 29 the sum is 61.

Question 2.
5 × 9 = ___
5 × 9 = 45
Explanation:
Perform multiplication operation on above two given numbers. Multiply 5 with 9 the product is 45.

Question 3.
How many groups of nine are in the number twenty-seven?
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The given number is twenty-seven.
Divide 27 by 9 to get the number of nine groups in twenty-seven.
27/9 = 3
There are 3 groups of nine are in the number twenty-seven.

Question 4.  Explanation:
Perform division operation on above two given numbers. Divide 14 by 2 the quotient is 2.

Question 5.
Is 357 closer to 300 or 400?
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The number 350 is middle of 300 and 400.
The numbers below 350 are closer to 300.
The numbers above 350 are closer to 400.
The number 357 is above 350.
So, the number 357 is closer to 400.

Question 6.
4 × = 16
4 × = 16
Explanation:
To get the product 16 we need to perform multiplication operation. Multiply 4 with 4 the product is equal to 16. The missing multiplicand is 4.

Question 7.
Is 1 m2 greater than 1 cm2?
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we know that 1 meter is equal to 100 centimeters.
Yes, 1 m2 is greater than 1 cm2.
Question 8.
What month comes after May?
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In one year there are 12 months. The 12 months are January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. So, the month comes after May is June.

Question 9.  Explanation:
In the above image we can observe four polygons. In that four polygons we have to circle the quadrilaterals. A Quadrilateral is defined as four sided polygon. Option A, B and D are quadrilaterals because they have four sides and four corners. So, draw a circle for option A, B and D.

Question 10.
Use different colors to color pairs of numbers that equal the product shown in the center.  