
Question 1 
On Monday, Henry solved 48 math problems and his mom gave him $6. On Tuesday, Henry solved 32 problems and mom gave him $4. On Wednesday, Henry solved 64 math problems and mom gave him $8.
How many math problems Henry had to solve to get $12? 
A. 
45 
B. 
86 
C. 
124 
D. 
96 
    

Question 2 
Derek has $20 in his piggy bank. How much money does he need to buy a toy that costs $54?
If d represents the amount of money Derek needs, which of these equations represents the problem? 
A. 
20d = 54 
B. 
20 + d = 54 
C. 
54 Ã· 20 = d 
D. 
d + 54 = 20 
    

Question 3 
The product of a number and 7 is 63. What is that number? 
A. 
8 
B. 
56 
C. 
9 
D. 
7 
    

Question 4 
A number is 5 more than the quotient of 24 and 6. What is that number? 
A. 
10 
B. 
11 
C. 
9 
D. 
8 
    

Question 5 
Mrs. Simpson bought 8 pack of glitter pens for her class. The total cost of glitter pens was $16. Which of the following number sentences could be used to determine the cost of one pack of glitter pens ? 
A. 
16 x 8 = 
B. 
8 Ã· 16 = 
C. 
16 Ã· 8 = 
D. 
16  8 = 
    


Question 6 
How do you write "n increased by 4" as an equation? 
A. 
n + 4 
B. 
4n 
C. 
n − 4 
D. 
4 = n 
    

Question 7 
The product of n and 7 can be expressed as _________. 
A. 
7 ÷ n 
B. 
7 + n 
C. 
7n × 7 
D. 
n × 7 
    

Question 8 
What is the rule for the following table? 
A. 
divide by 6 
B. 
multiply by 6 
C. 
divide by 8 
D. 
divide by 7 
    

Question 9 
Twice a number is 18. Find that number. 
A. 
8 
B. 
9 
C. 
5 
D. 
20 
    

Question 10 
Write the following sentence as an algebraic equation.
Katrina is y years old. In 5 years she will be 18 years old. 
A. 
18 Ã· 5 = y 
B. 
y − 5 = 18 
C. 
5y = 18 
D. 
y + 5 = 18 
    
