
Question 1 
A tank has 13 fish. There are 5 tanks on a table with same number of fish in each tank. How many fish are there in all? 
A. 
18 
B. 
55 
C. 
65 
D. 
66 
    

Question 2 
Which of the following has the same product as 5 × 8? 
A. 
7 × 5 
B. 
10 × 4 
C. 
9 × 5 
D. 
5 × 5 
    

Question 3 
Â 
A. 
91 
B. 
93 
C. 
72 
D. 
102 
    

Question 4 
Eric was planting apple trees in his farm. He made three rows and planted 12 trees in each row. How many trees did he plant altogether in three rows? 
A. 
15 
B. 
4 
C. 
36 
D. 
35 
    

Question 5 
The third grade students are going to a picnic. The picnic bus has 15 seats. Four students are sitting on each seat. Which expression below can tell how many students are going to the picnic? 
A. 
15 + 4 
B. 
15 × 4 
C. 
15 Ã· 4 
D. 
15 − 4 
    


Question 6 
Which is same as 12 Ã— 3? 
A. 
4 × 3 × 3 
B. 
3 × 3 × 3 
C. 
4 × 4 × 3 
D. 
6 × 2 × 2 
    

Question 7 
A box contains 15 firecrackers. How many firecrackers are there in 8 boxes? 
A. 
98 
B. 
112 
C. 
120 
D. 
102 
    

Question 8 
A store sold 23 toy cars over the weekend. If one car was sold for $4, how much money did the store make by selling 23 cars? 
A. 
$27 
B. 
$19 
C. 
$58 
D. 
$92 
    

Question 9 
11 Â ×Â ?Â =Â 88 
A. 
8 
B. 
9 
C. 
7 
D. 
11 
    

Question 10 
Mrs. Wallace is taking book orders for her class. There are 28 students in her class and each student wants to order 4 books. How many books does Mrs. Wallace need to order for her class altogether? 
A. 
100 
B. 
212 
C. 
112 
D. 
113 
    
