
Question 1 
Sixtyfour flowers have to be arranged equally in n flowerpots. Which expression represents the number of flowers in each pot? 
A. 
n Ã· 64 
B. 
64 Ã· n 
C. 
64 Ã— n 
D. 
n + 64 
    

Question 2 
Evaluate (18 Ã— y) + 13 for y = 4. 
A. 
85 
B. 
35 
C. 
68 
D. 
48 
    

Question 3 
Sara drew 4 times as many stars as Natasha. If N represents the number of stars Natasha drew, which of the following can be uses to find out the number of stars Sara drew? 
A. 
N + 4 = ? 
B. 
N Ã· 4 = ? 
C. 
4 − N = ? 
D. 
N × 4 = ? 
    

Question 4 
N represents the number of cards Billy had before his birthday. He got 11 more cards on his birthday. Now he has 29 cards in all. What is the value of N? 
A. 
12 
B. 
9 
C. 
18 
D. 
20 
    

Question 5 
Sum of two numbers is 36. One number is 3 times the other number. What are the numbers?

A. 
12 and 24 
B. 
9 and 27 
C. 
8 and 24 
D. 
10 and 30 
    


Question 6 
Reema paid $12.50 for a shirt and a cap. If the cost of the shirt was four times the cost of cap, how much did the cap cost? 
A. 
$3.50 
B. 
$2.25 
C. 
$2.50 
D. 
$10 
    

Question 7 
Evaluate (84 Ã· y) Ã— 3 for y = 3. 
A. 
80 
B. 
3 
C. 
28 
D. 
84 
    

Question 8 
Mary is twice as old as Emma is. The sum of their ages is 24. How old is Emma? 
A. 
16 
B. 
8 
C. 
10 
D. 
12 
    

Question 9 
If x − 13 = 49. Then x = ? 
A. 
62 
B. 
63 
C. 
36 
D. 
26 
    

Question 10 
Evaluate (7x + 4x) − 5 for x = 6. 
A. 
63 
B. 
12 
C. 
66 
D. 
61 
    
