Wednesday: Multiplication and Division Word Problems

Quiz by Shandre Temmers

Mathematics
Common Core

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Measures 1 skill fromGrade 5MathematicsCommon Core

5.NBT.B.6

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5 questions
• Q1
Alan has 112 peanuts stored in boxes. If there are 28 boxes, how many peanuts must go in each box? Which sum would you use to solve the word problem?
112 ÷ 28
28 x 112
28 ÷ 112
30s
5.NBT.B.6
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• Q2
Each child has 9 crayons. If there are 38children, how many crayons are there in total? Which operation would you use to solve this word problem?
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
30s
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• Q3
Eugene wants to split a collection of stickers into groups of 37. Eugene has 185 stickers. How many groups will be created?
6,845
50
5
7
30s
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• Q4
There are 55 stickers in each box. How many stickers are in 7 boxes?
55
358
7
385
30s
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• Q5
Tina has 364 Skittles. If she shares them among 91 friends, how many Skittles does each friend get? Which operation would you use to solve this word problem?