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## Texas Go Math Grade 4 Lesson 16.4 Answer Key Multiply and Divide Money

**Essential Question**

How can you use multiplication and division in problems involving money?

Answer:

Multiplying and dividing money is just like multiplying and dividing whole numbers.

**Unlock the Problem**

**Example 1** Mrs. Cleary wants to buy books for her bookstore. The new novel she wants comes in a case containing 48 books. Each book costs her $15, How much would 1 case of the books cost?

**Math Idea:** Multiplying and dividing money is just like multiplying and dividing whole numbers.

Use place value and regrouping. Multiply. 48 Ã— $15

STEP 1

Think of 48 as 4 tens and 8 ones. Multiply $15 by 8 ones, or 8.

Answer:

STEP 2

Multiply 15 by 4 tens, or 40.

Answer:

STEP 3

Add the partial products Place a dollar sign in the final product.

Answer:

So, Mrs. Cleary will pay _____________ for 1 case of the books.

Explanation:

So, Mrs. Cleary will pay 720 for 1 case of the books.

**Example 2** Mrs. Cleary paid $584 for 8 cases of a popular magazine. How much did she pay for each case of magazines?

Divide. $584 Ã· 8

STEP 1

Divide the tens.

Answer:

STEP 2

Divide the ones. Regroup 2 tens as 20 ones.

Answer:

So, Mrs. Cleary paid ______________ for each case of magazines.

Explanation:

So, Mrs. Cleary paid 73 for each case of magazines.

**Share and Show**

Question 1.

Ray bought 18 baseball caps for his baseball team. Each cap costs $29. How much did Ray spend on caps?

So, Ray spent _____________ on caps.

Answer:

Explanation:

So, Ray spent 522 on caps.

**Texas Go Math Grade 4 Answer Key Lesson 16.4 Question 2.**

Samantha sold 9 teddy bears that she made. She was paid a total of $126 for all the bears. If the bears were all the same price, what was the price of one bear?

Answer:

14 was the price of one bear

Explanation:

Samantha sold 9 teddy bears that she made.

She was paid a total of $126 for all the bears.

126 Ã· 9 = 14

Question 3.

Harley is planning a special dinner for the debate club. There are 21 members in the club. If each memberâ€™s dinner costs $16, what will the total cost of the meals be?

Answer:

336 the total cost of the meals be

Explanation:

There are 21 members in the club.

If each memberâ€™s dinner costs $16,

21 x 16 = 336

**Problem Solving**

**Practice: Copy and Solve**

Question 4.

24 Ã— $42

Answer:

24 x 42 = 1008

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic multiplication.

Question 5.

$453 Ã· 3

Answer:

453 Ã· 3 = 151

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 6.

68 Ã— $92

Answer:

68 Ã— $92 = 6256

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic multiplication.

Question 7.

$875 Ã· 7

Answer:

875 Ã· 7= 125

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 8.

$6,295 Ã· 5

Answer:

6,295 Ã· 5 = 1259

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 9.

7 Ã— $1,372

Answer:

7 Ã— $1,372 = 9604

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic multiplication.

**Go Math Answer Key Grade 4 Lesson 16.4 Question 10.**

**H.O.T.** Palo bought a car for $1,284 using money from his savings account. He wants to repay his savings account over the next 6 months. If he saves an equal amount each month, how much will he need to save each month?

Answer:

$214 he needs to save each month

Explanation:

Palo bought a car for $1,284 using money from his savings account.

He wants to repay his savings account over the next 6 months.

1284 Ã·Â 6 = 214

Question 11.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Lassa bought a car. She paid the dealer $2,220 and then finished paying for her car by making 9 equal payments of $352. How much was the total cost of her car?

Answer:

$5406 was the total cost of her car

Explanation:

9 x 352 = 3186

2220 + 3186 = 5406

**Problem Solving**

Question 12.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Don buys a shirt for $24.85. His friend Daryl spends $3.15 more for his shirt. Sean paid the same price as Daryl for his shirt but bought 2. How much did Sean spend for his 2 shirts?

Answer:

$28 Sean spend for his 2 shirts

Explanation:

Don buys a shirt for $24.85.

His friend Daryl spends $3.15 more for his shirt.

Daryl and Sean are same

24.85 + 3.15 = 28

Question 13.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Stacy buys 3 CDs in a set for $29.75. She saved $6.25 by buying the set instead of buying the CDs separately. If each CD costs the same amount, how much does each of the 3 CDs cost when purchased separately?

Answer:

12 is each of the 3 CDs cost when purchased separately

Explanation:

29.75 + 6.25 = 36

36 Ã·Â 3 = 12

Question 14.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Julie saved $60. Jeff saved 29 times as much as Julie did. Jeff saved 3 times as much as Marco. How much did Marco save? Explain how you found your answer.

Answer:

5220 that Marco save

Explanation:

60 x 29 = 1740

1740 x 3 = 5220

Question 15.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** The grocery store has a sale on soup. One can costs $2.59 but you can buy 8 cans for a total of $16.00. How much do you save per can if you buy 8 at the sale price?

Answer:

$0.59 save per can if you buy 8 at the sale price

Explanation:

8 x 2.59 = 20.72

20.72 – 16.00= 4.72

4.72 Ã· 8 = 0.59

Question 16.

Apply Billy plans to save $55 each month for 5 years. How much will he have at the end of 5 years?

Answer:

$3300 he have at the end of 5 years

Explanation:

1 year = 12 months

5 x 12 = 60

60 x 55 = $3300.

**Daily Assessment Task**

**Fill in the bubble completely to show your answer.**

Question 17.

Jen downloads 7 apps for a total of $24. Two of them cost $2.00 each. If the other apps all cost the same amount, how much does each cost?

(A) $3.43

(B) $3.70

(C) $4

(d) $4.25

Answer: $4

Explanation:

24 – 4 = 20

20 divided by 5 = 4 each app costs.

Question 18.

**Multi-Step** Jeremiah spends $51.25 at the mall. He buys a game for $24.25 and 3 DVDs. If the DVDs are all the same price, how much does 1 DVD cost?

(A) $15

(B) $8

(C) $25

(D) $9

Answer: D

Explanation:

51.25 – 24.25 = 27

27 divided by 3 = 9

1 DVD cost = $9

**Go Math Division of Money for Grade 4 Lesson 16.4 Question 19.**

**Multi-Step** Delilah buys a loaf of bread, 3 pounds of turkey, and 2 pounds of cheese. The turkey costs $3.00 per pound and the cheese costs $2.00 per pound. A loaf of bread costs $3.49. How much does Delilah spend in all?

(A) $13.75

(B) $16.49

(C) $8.49

(D) $17.49

Answer: B

Explanation:

3 x 3 = 9

2 x 2 = 4

3.49 + 9 + 4 = 16.49 Delilah spend in all

**TEXAS Test Prep**

Question 20.

While working at the school store, John sold a letter jacket for $40.50 and some notebooks for $2.00 each. If he collected a total of $92.50, how many notebooks did he sell?

(A) 25

(B) 66

(C) 26

(D) 104

Answer: C

Explanation:

92 – 40 = $52

52 divided by 2 = 26

He sell 26 note books.

### Texas Go Math Grade 4 Lesson 16.4 Homework and Practice Answer Key

**Solve**

Question 1.

26 Ã— $44

Answer:

26 Ã— $44 = 1144

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Multiplication.

Question 2.

$318 Ã· 6

Answer:

318 Ã· 6 = 53

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 3.

35 Ã— $73

Answer:

35 Ã— $73Â = 2555

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Multiplication.

Question 4.

$572 Ã· 4

Answer:

$572 Ã· 4 = 143

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 5.

$7,640 Ã· 5

Answer:

$7,640 Ã· 5 = 1528

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Division.

Question 6.

6 Ã— $1,336

Answer:

6 Ã— $1,336 = 8016

Explanation:

Found the product of algebraic Multiplication.

**Problem Solving**

Question 7.

**Multi-Step** Margie bought 3 identical sweaters for a total of $114. She saved $18 by buying the 3 sweaters on sale rather than at the regular price. What is the regular price of each sweater? Explain how you found the answer.

Answer:

$44 is the regular price of each sweater

Explanation:

114 + 18 = $132

$132 divided by 3 = $44

Question 8.

**Multi-Step** Keira rented a car for 3 days. She paid $118 rent each day. Insurance for the 3 days came to a total of $35. How much did Keira pay in all? Explain how you found your answer.

Answer:

389 is the amount Keira pay in all.

Explanation:

3 x 118 = 354

354 + 35 = 389

**Lesson Check**

**Fill in the bubble completely to show your answer.**

Question 9.

A box of 5 model race cars costs $115. How much does each model car cost?

(A) $ 23

(B) $ 25

(C) $13

(D) $ 15

Answer: A

Explanation:

115 divided by 5 = $23

$23 for each model car cost

**Go Math Grade 4 Answer Key Homework Book Lesson 16.4 Question 10.**

Jonathan bought 3 airplane tickets for $478 each. How much did he pay for the three tickets?

(A) $1,234

(B) $1,434

(C) $1,414

(D) $1,214

Answer: B

Explanation:

3 x 478 = 1,434

1,434 he paid for the three tickets

Question 11.

**Multi-Step** The Wallace family saves the same amount of money each month for vacation. From January 1 to September 30 they saved $1,314. How much does the Wallace family save each month for vacation?

(A) $156

(B) $131

(C) $146

(D) $152

Answer: C

Explanation:

1,314 divided by 9

$146 the Wallace family save each month for vacation

Question 12.

**Multi-Step** A coach bought 3 dozen soccer balls. Each ball cost $28. How much did the coach pay for all of the soccer balls? (Remember, 1 dozen = 12.)

(A) $84

(B) $840

(C) $336

(D) $1,008

Answer: D

3 x 12 = 36

36 x 28 = $1008 the coach pay for all of the soccer balls

Question 13.

**Multi-Step** Tony spent $49 at the fair. Molly spent $14 more than twice as much as Tony spent. How much did the two of them spend in all?

(A) $112

(B) $161

(C) $126

(D) $140

Answer: C

Explanation:

14 x 2 = 28

28 + 49= 77

77 + 49 = $126 the two of them spend in all.

Question 14.

**Multi-Step** Paula bought 8 pairs of socks. She paid $104. Two pairs of socks cost $16 each. The other pairs each cost the same amount. How much did each of the other pairs of socks cost?

(A) $12

(B) $17

(C) $13

(D) $18

Answer: A

Explanation:

104 – 32 = 72

72 divided by 6 = $12 each of the other pairs of socks cost