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


1.

Solve: Katie, Kim, and Cindy went on a road trip. They drove 33
miles every day for 3 days. How many miles did they travel on their road trip?


2.

Solve: The teacher had 85 papers to put in binders for her 17 students.
She put the same number of papers in each binder. How many pieces of paper were in each
binder?


3.

Team Idaho had 12 wrestlers at the tournement in Indiana. There were 96
wrestlers at the tournement. If each team had the same number of wrestlers as Team Idaho, how
many teams of wrestlers were at the tournement?


4.

Willow Creek Elementary took 8 vans on their field trip to the
zoo. 88 students went on the field trip. How many students rode in each van?


5.

The library had 13 tables. 78 students could fit in the libary at
once. How many students could sit at each table?


6.

The school planted 100 plants in their community garden. Each planter box
had 20 plants in it. How many planter boxes were in the school's community garden?


7.

Jose spelled 12 words correctly on each spelling test for 7 weeks in a
row. How many words did Jose spell correctly over those 7 weeks?


8.

Ralph drank 5 sodas each month of the year. How many sodas did Ralph drink
in the year?


9.

Nathan, Devan, and DeMonte ran 8 laps everyday for 2 school weeks. How
many laps did they run all together at the end of 2 weeks?


10.

Cassidy read her book in 4 hours. She read the same number of pages every
hour and finished the book. There were 100 pages in the book. How many pages did Cassidy
read every hour?
