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- Q1
There are 350 people on a rafting trip. A raft holds 8 people. How many rafts are needed for everyone on the trip? (Hint: How many rafts for EVERYONE)

50

47

44

43

300s4.4.F: Number and Operations - Q2
The Donut Shoppe prepared 2,244 donuts over 4 days. The same number of donuts were baked each day. How many donuts were baked each day?

561

506

500

56

300s4.4.F: Number and Operations - Q3
Patrick collected 192 seashells at the beach. He made 5 five necklaces with an equal number of shells on each necklace. He used the leftover shells to decorate a magnet. How many shells are on the magnet?

3

1

0

2

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations - Q4
Students on a debate team held a car wash. They washed 145 cars and earned $8 for each car. The total amount earned was divided evenly among 4 students who traveled to the state championship.

How much money did each student receive?

$290

$145

$29

$580

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations - Q5
A school principal divides 261 among 9 classrooms. In each classroom, the teacher arranges the desks in rows of 7 until there are not enough desks to make another row. The teachers return their leftover desks to the principal. How many desks were left over?

6

4

1

9

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations - Q6
Miriam works 9 days and earned $2,052.

· Each day, she worked for 6 hours.

How much money did Miriam earn each hour?

$22

$38

$19

$34

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations - Q7
A store sold 36 boxes of sun visors in one month. Each box contained 24 visors, each visor sold for $8. What was the store's total income from the visors?

$6,912

$108

$864

$3,456

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations - Q8
A baseball coach bought 8 packages of baseballs. Each package contained 4 baseballs. the coach gave an equal number of baseballs to each of the 5 pitchers on the team

How many baseballs were left over

2

6

4

0

300s4.4.H: Number and Operations