
Question 1 
The difference between two numbers is 6. The sum of these two numbers is 18. What is the smaller number of the two? 
A. 
12 
B. 
18 
C. 
6 
D. 
9 
    

Question 2 
Josie had $30 but spent $21. Which number sentence could be used to find out how much money Josie has left? 
A. 
30 + 21 = m 
B. 
30 − 21 = m 
C. 
30 Ã— 21 = m 
D. 
m Ã· 21 = 30 
    

Question 3 
Paula works part time at a library on Saturdays. She works for n hours each Saturday and gets paid $8 per hour. Which of the following expressions calculates her total earning on each Saturday? 
A. 
8 + n 
B. 
n Ã· 8 
C. 
(8 + n) Ã· 2 
D. 
n x 8 
    

Question 4 
James had n number of marbles. He lost 4 marbles at the park, and has left with 7 marbles now.
Which equation represent the statement? 
A. 
n − 4 = 7 
B. 
n Ã— 7 = 28 
C. 
n Ã· 4 = 7 
D. 
n + 4 = 7 
    

Question 5 
What is the rule for the following table? 
A. 
divide by 9 
B. 
multiply by 6 
C. 
multiply by 9 
D. 
add 16 
    


Question 6 
Find the value of n.
n Ã· 10 = 1 
A. 
0 
B. 
100 
C. 
1 
D. 
10 
    

Question 7 
Renne makes $5 per hour as a hair stylist. In January, her paycheck was for $400. How many hours did she work? 
A. 
15 hours 
B. 
80 hours 
C. 
60 hours 
D. 
81 hours 
    

Question 8 
Write as an algebraic equation.
A number n, divided by 5 is 10. 
A. 
5 ÷ n = 10 
B. 
10 ÷ n = 5 
C. 
n ÷ 5 = 10 
D. 
5 × n = 50 
    

Question 9 
If x + 7 = 12, what is the value of x? 
A. 
5 
B. 
19 
C. 
11 
D. 
9 
    

Question 10 
Write an an equation.
Six less than a number n, is 16. 
A. 
n Ã· 6 = 16 
B. 
6n = 16 
C. 
6 − 16 = n 
D. 
n − 6 = 16 
    
