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```					By Mrs. Stephanie Estes
You shall
Listen and Learn!
Rachael has 5 shelves that can hold 7
paint cans each. How many paint cans
can the shelves hold in all?

a. 7 paint cans
b. 12 paint cans
c. 30 paint cans
d. 35 paint cans
Find the product.

a. 15
b. 36
c. 48
d. 54
There are 2 Senators from each
state in the United States Senate.

How many Senators are there from
9 states?

a. 27 Senators
b. 11 Senators
c. 18 Senators
d. 7 Senators
In 35 ÷ 7 = 5, what is the 35 called?

a. Quotient
b. Factor
c. Divisor
d. dividend
Micheal is decorating a bulletin board. He has
16 triangles and wants to put them in 4 rows.
Which picture can be used to find how many
triangles he should put in each row?
A planetarium has 24 seats, with the
same number of seats in each of 3 rows.
How many seats are in each row?

a. 21 seats
b. 15 seats
c. 8 seats
d. 5 seats

24 ÷ 3 = 8
Dilleta bought a set of 24 glasses at a
yard sale. They came in cartons with
8 glasses each. How many cartons

a. 32 cartons     24 ÷ 8 =
b. 16 cartons
c. 4 cartons
d. 3 cartons
The art museum is holding a water color
show. There are 30 pieces of art that need
to be displayed. How many walls are
needed if 6 pictures are placed on each
wall?

a. 5 walls
30 ÷ 6 =
b. 6 walls
c. 24 walls
d. 36 walls
Which number sentence is part of the
fact family for 2, 3, and 6?

a. 3 • 3 = 9
b. 6 • 2 = 12
c. 6 – 3 = 3
d. 6 ÷ 2 = 3
Which of the following is NOT part of
the same fact family?

a. 7 • 8 = 56
b. 8 • 7 = 56
c. 56 ÷ 7 = 8
d. 56 – 8 = 48
If you know that 3 • 6 = 18, which
division fact do you know?

a. 18 ÷ 6 = 3
b. 15 ÷ 3 = 5
c. 21 ÷ 3 = 7
d. 24 ÷ 6 = 4
Emily planted tulips in the garden in
the array shown below. Which
number sentence does NOT belong in
the fact family represented by the
array?
a.    4 • 6 = 24
b.   24 ÷ 6 = 4
c.   24 ÷ 4 = 6
d.    2 • 12 = 24
Tappers Dance Club held their yearly
recital. There were 14 dancers
altogether. They were in 2 lines.
Which number sentence does NOT help you
find how many dancers were in each line?

a. 14 ÷ 2 = 7
b. 12 ÷ 2 = 6
c. 2 • 7 = 14
d. 7 • 2 = 14
Divide.   18 ÷ 3

a. 7
b. 6
c. 5
d. 4
Eight friends equally shared the cost
of renting a boat for the afternoon.
The total cost was \$72. What did each
person pay?

a. \$64        72 ÷ 8 =
b. \$10
c. \$9
d. \$8
Divide.

a. 40
b. 24
c. 5
d. 4
A magazine subscription costs \$12 a
year. If 6 magazines are delivered
during the year, what is the cost of
each magazine?

a. \$72

\$12 ÷ 6 = \$2
b. \$8
c. \$6
d. \$2
Suppose 36 players form 6 teams
with an equal number of players on
each team. How many players are on
each team?

a. 5 players
b. 6 players
c. 30 players
d. 42 players

36 ÷ 6 =
Which quotient is less than 36 ÷ 6?

a. 36 ÷ 9
b. 36 ÷ 6
c. 36 ÷ 4
d. 36 ÷ 3
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans.
She wants to give an equal number of
jellybeans to 6 of her friends.

a. How many jellybeans would each friend
get?
b. Haley gave jellybeans to 8 friends. How
many jellybeans would each friend get?
Show all your work and/or explain your reasoning for each
part in the space provided in the space provided.
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
A. How many jellybeans would each friend get?

A.          6    2    4     0
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
A. How many jellybeans would each friend get?

0
A.          6    2    4     0
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
A. How many jellybeans would each friend get?

0      4
A.          6 2       4     0
- 2      4
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
A. How many jellybeans would each friend get?

0       4     0
A.          6 2        4     0
- 2       4     0
Haley’s friends will get 40 jellybeans each.
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
b. Haley gave jellybeans to 8 friends. How many jellybeans would each
friend get?

0      4    0
A.          6 2       4    0
- 2      4    0
Haley’s friends will get 40 jellybeans each.

B.
8    2    4    0
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
b. Haley gave jellybeans to 8 friends. How many jellybeans would each
friend get?

0      4    0
A.          6 2       4    0
- 2      4    0
Haley’s friends will get 40 jellybeans each.

B.               0
8    2    4    0
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
b. Haley gave jellybeans to 8 friends. How many jellybeans would each
friend get?

0      4    0
A.          6 2       4    0
- 2      4    0
Haley’s friends will get 40 jellybeans each.

B.             0      3
8 2       4    0
- 2      4
Haley has a jar with exactly 240 jellybeans. She wants to give an equal
number of jellybeans to 6 of her friends.
b. Haley gave jellybeans to 8 friends. How many jellybeans would each
friend get?

0      4    0
A.          6 2       4    0
- 2      4    0
Haley’s friends will get 40 jellybeans each.

B.             0      3    0
8 2       4    0
- 2      4    0
Haley’s friends will get 30 jellybeans each.
for her class of 20 students. Each box has 4
crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .

A. How many total crayons does the teacher
B. How many boxes of crayons should the

Show all your work and/or explain your reasoning for each part
in the space provided in the space provided.
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
A. How many total crayons does the teacher need to buy?

2    0
A.               2
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
A. How many total crayons does the teacher need to buy?

2    0
A.               2
0
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
A. How many total crayons does the teacher need to buy?

2 0
A.            2
4 0
The teacher needs to buy 40 crayons.
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
B. How many boxes of crayons should the teacher buy?

2     0
A.               2
4    0
The teacher needs to buy 40 crayons.

B.
4    4    0
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
B. How many boxes of crayons should the teacher buy?

2     0
A.               2
4    0
The teacher needs to buy 40 crayons.

B.               1
4    4    0
4
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
B. How many boxes of crayons should the teacher buy?

2     0
A.               2
4    0
The teacher needs to buy 40 crayons.

B.               1    0
4    4    0
4
The fourth-grade teacher is buying crayons for her class of 20 students.
Each box has 4 crayons in it. Each student needs 2 crayons .
B. How many boxes of crayons should the teacher buy?

2     0
A.               2
4    0
The teacher needs to buy 40 crayons.

B.               1    0
4    4    0
4    0

The teacher needs to buy 10 boxes.

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