Wednesday: Multiplication and Division Word Problems

Quiz by Shandre Temmers

Grade 5

Mathematics

Common Core

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Grade 5

Mathematics

Common Core

5.NBT.B.6

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- Q1Alan 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 ÷ 2828 x 11228 ÷ 11230s5.NBT.B.6EditDelete
- Q2Each 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?SubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAddition30sEditDelete
- Q3Eugene wants to split a collection of stickers into groups of 37. Eugene has 185 stickers. How many groups will be created?6,845505730sEditDelete
- Q4There are 55 stickers in each box. How many stickers are in 7 boxes?55358738530sEditDelete
- Q5Tina 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?AdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivision30sEditDelete