Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

The PE teacher is painting lines on the playground for a soccer field and a
football field. It will take 1 3/8 gallons of paint to paint lines on the soccer field.
It will take 2 1/8 gallons of paint to paint lines on the football field. How much paint will
the PE teacher use for the two fields altogether?
a.  3 6/8 gallons which is equivalent to 3 3/4 gallons  c.  3 gallons  b.  3 4/8 gallons which
is equivalent to 3 1/2 gallons  d.  3 3/8 gallons 


2.

The recipe for blueberry muffins calls for the following liquid
ingredients: 1/4 cup oil, 1 1/4 cup milk, and 1/4 cup water. How many cups of liquid does
the recipe call for?
a.  1/2/4 cup  c.  1 3/4 cup  b.  1 3/16 cup  d.  2 2/4 cup 


3.

On the first day of the family camping trip, Tara hiked 6 7/12 miles. She
hiked 8 5/12 miles on the second day. How many miles did Tara hike?
a.  14 12/12 miles which is equivalent to 15 miles  c.  14 5/12 miles  b.  16
miles  d.  13 12/12 miles which
is equivalent to 14 miles 


4.

David has been practicing his keyboarding skills in the computer lab.
Yesterday, he completed 4 3/8 assignments. Today, he completed 3 2/8 assignments. How
many assignments did he complete in two days?
a.  8 assignments  c.  6 5/8 assignments  b.  7 5/16 assignments  d.  7 5/8
assignments 


5.

David completed the computer assignment in 7 1/2 minutes. Sara completed
the computer assignment in 6 minutes. How much longer did it take David to complete the
assignment?
a.  1/2 minute  c.  2 minutes  b.  1 1/2 minute  d.  1 minute 


6.

The chocolate cake recipe calls for 2 2/3 cups of milk. The applesauce
cake recipe calls for 1 1/3 cups of milk. How much more milk do you need to make the chocolate
cake?
a.  1 2/3 cup  c.  1/3 cup  b.  2 cups  d.  1 1/3 cup 


7.

Jenna had 4 5/8 yards of fabric. She used 3 3/8 yards of fabric to make
her costume for the class play. How much fabric does Jenna have left?
a.  2 1/8 yards  c.  2 2/16 yards  b.  2 2/8 yards which is equivalent 2 1/4
yards  d.  2 1/2
yards 


8.

Lynn bought 6 3/4 feet of wood. He used 4 1/4 feet of the wood to build a
boat. How many feet of wood is left over?
a.  10 4/4 feet  c.  2 2/8 feet which is equivalent to 2 1/4 feet  b.  2 1/4 feet of
wood  d.  2 2/4 feet which is
equivalent to 2 1/2 feet 


9.

Rosa and Samantha are having new carpet put in their bedrooms. Rosa's
room will require 20 7/12 square yards of carpet. Samantha's room will require 19 7/12
square yards of carpet. How many square yards of carpet will be used altogether?
a.  41 square yards, or 42 1/2 square yards  c.  39 14/12 or 40 2/12 square
yards  b.  39 2/12 square yards  d.  39 12/12 square yards 


10.

Gail had 3 2/4 bags of cat food. Last month she used 2 1/4 bags of cat
food to feed her cats. How much cat food is left?
a.  1 1/4 bags  c.  2 1/2 bags  b.  5 4/4 bags  d.  1 1/8 bags 
