Ali wants to give 27 baseball cards to 3 of his friends. He gives the same number of baseball cards to each friend. How many baseball cards does Ali give to each friend?
A. 3
B. 7
C. 8
D. 9
D. 9
There are 30 rabbits in 5 rabbit holes. Each hole has the same number of rabbits. How many rabbits are in each hole?
A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7
C. 6
Carrie has 24 stickers. She gives an equal number of stickers to each of her 3 friends. How many stickers does Carrie give to each friend if she gives away all her stickers?
A. 3
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8
D. 8
Ms. DeSiena places 56 books in a bookcase that has 7 shelves. She places an equal number of books on each shelf. How many books does Ms. DeSiena place on each of the 7 shelves?
A. 7
B. 8
C. 49
D. 63
B. 8
Tony's teacher wrote this number sentence on the board.
15 / 3 = 5
Which number sentence could Tony use to check the one his teacher wrote?
A. 3 x 5 = ___
B. 5 / 3 = ___
C. 3 x 15 = ___
D. 15 x 5 = ___
A. 3 x 5 = __
Anna wants to check that she correctly solbed the number sentence below.
32 / 8 = 4
Which number sentence could Anna use to check to see if her answer is correct?
A. 4 x 8 = ___
B. 8 / 4 = ___
C. 4 x 32 = ___
D. 32 x 8 = ___
A. 4 x 8 = ___
Mrs. Collins babysat the same number of hours each day for 4 days. She babysat a total of 24 hours. How many hours did Mrs. Collins babysit each day?
6 hours
Mrs. Zelesnikar divides a group of 63 students into 7 equal teams. She writes the number sentence below to find the number of students to place in each team.
63 / 7 = ?
How many students does Mrs. Zelesnikar place in each team?
9 students
Kayla must read an 80 page book in 10 days. Kayla reads the same number of pages each day. How many pages does Kayla read each day?
A. 8
B. 9
C. 70
D. 90
8 pages
There are a total of 200 goldfish in 10 fish tanks at a pet store. Each fish tank has the same number of goldfish. How many goldfish are there in each tank?
A. 2
B. 20
C. 200
D. 2,000
B. 20 goldfish
Ms. Sanders is taking a 300 mile bicycle trip. Each day she rides her bike 30 miles. How many days does it take Ms. Sanders to finish the trip?
10 days
Paul has $0.50. Pencils cost $ 0.07 each. What is the greatest number of pencils Paul can buy?
A. 6
B. 7
C. 8
D. 9
B. 7 pencils
46 / 3 =
A. 12
B. 15
C. 12 R 1 D. 15 R 1
D. 15 R 1
(this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
Mr. Whipple bought some boxes of oranges at the market. He bought a total of 72 oranges. There were 6 oranges in each box. How many boxes of oranges did Mr. Harriengton buy?
12 boxes
Gail has 35 tomato seeds and 4 flower pots. She plants 8 tomato seeds in each flower pot. How many tomato seeds does Gail have left over?