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


1.

Jenna ran ½ mile at field day. Katie ran 4 times farther than
Jenna. How far did Katie run?
a.  5 miles  c.  3 miles  b.  4 miles  d.  2 miles 


2.

860 = 430 X n Solve for n.
a.  n = 2  c.  n = 5  b.  n = 3  d.  n = 4 


3.

Which equation represents the comparison: seven times more students attend
Roosevelt School as attend Edison School. Eighty students attend Edison School. How many
students attend Roosevelt School?
a.  7 + 80 = 87  c.  80  7 = 73  b.  5 X 80 = 400  d.  7 X 80 = 560 


4.

The 4th grade class gathered data to find out how many students owned cats and
dogs. The class discovered that 8 times more students owned cats as owned dogs. Four
hundred sixteen students owned cats. How many students own dogs?


5.

John's 4th grade reading goal is 120 reading points. Aaron's 4th
grade reading goal is 60 points. John's reading goal is _________times Aaron's
reading goal.
a.  5  c.  2  b.  3  d.  


6.

Jose joined the swim team. He swims 15 laps at every practice. Jose
practices 5 times per week. How many laps does Jose swim per week?
a.  20 laps  c.  45 laps  b.  75 laps  d.  30 laps 


7.

Greg went to the grocery store to buy bread and chocolate chips. He
noticed the chocolate chips cost five times more than the bread. If the chocolate chips cost
$5.55, how much did the bread cost?
a.  $2.50  c.  $5.60  b.  $10.10  d.  $1.11 


8.

The fourth grade class is earning money for a field trip. They earned $250
selling greeting cards. They earned three times as much money selling popsicles after
lunch. How much did they earn selling popsicles?


9.

David has earned 1/3 of the money he needs to buy a new skateboard. If the
skateboard costs $96, how much money has David earned?


10.

1.200 = 4 X n Solve for n.
a.  n = 300  c.  n = 1,204  b.  n = 200  d.  n = 400 
