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5 questions
• Q1
Norman has 16 pencils. He gives pencils to his 4 brothers and 4 friends. If he gives each person the same number of pencils, how many pencils will each person get?
8
2
16
4
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• Q2
Lloyd has 24 cookies. He gives cookies to his 3 sisters and to his 3 friends. If Lloyd gives the same number of cookies to each person, how many cookies does each person get?
6
4
2
8
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• Q3
Three people are eating this cake. If each person has the same number of slices, how many slices of cake will each person get?
3
6
2
4
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• Q4
Nathen is making 4 cakes. He has 16 candles. Each cake gets the same number of candles. Which expression represents the number of candles that will go on each cake?
4 x16
16 ÷ 4
4 ÷ 16
16 + 4
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• Q5
Sabrina is making 5 sundaes. She has 20 cherries. Each sundae gets the same number of cherries. Which expression represents the number of cherries that will go on each sundae?
5 x 20
5 ÷ 20
20 ÷ 5
5 + 20
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