
Question 1 
What does the number 24 represent in the following number sentence?
4 x 6 = 24 
A. 
remainder 
B. 
product 
C. 
quotient 
D. 
sum 
    

Question 2 
How many minutes are in 3 hours? 
A. 
30 minutes 
B. 
60 minutes 
C. 
180 minutes 
D. 
120 minutes 
    

Question 3 
One pony ride costs $3. How many pony rides can Justin take in $12? What operation would you use to get the answer of the above problem? 
A. 
multiply 
B. 
add 
C. 
subtract 
D. 
divide 
    

Question 4 
Anthony has 5 boxes of crayons. Each box has 10 crayons. Which number sentence describes how many crayons Anthony have altogether? 
A. 
5 Â Ã— Â 10 
B. 
10Â Ã·Â 5 
C. 
10Â +Â 5 
D. 
10Â −Â 5 
    

Question 5 
Which symbol should go in the box to make the following number expression CORRECT?
8 + 8 + 4 (6 + 2) × 3 
A. 
< 
B. 
> 
C. 
= 
D. 
none of the above 
    


Question 6 
(8 Ã— 7) Â + Â (6 Ã— 5) = ? 
A. 
56 
B. 
30 
C. 
87 
D. 
86 
    

Question 7 
One key chain costs $3. How much money does Sally need to buy 5 key chains? 
A. 
$10 
B. 
$15 
C. 
$8.50 
D. 
$16 
    

Question 8 
In which of the following number sentences, 6 will make the sentence CORRECT? 
A. 
9 × = 63 
B. 
6 × = 42 
C. 
8 × = 48 
D. 
5 × = 45 
    

Question 9 
Which number will make the multiplication CORRECT? 
A. 
0 
B. 
9 
C. 
100 
D. 
10 
    

Question 10 
A pack of cards has 10 playing cards in it. Joya bought 3 packs and David bought 5 packs. How many playing cards do Joya and David have altogether? 
A. 
50 cards 
B. 
80 cards 
C. 
30 cards 
D. 
20 cards 
    
