Word Problems
Equal Groups & Missing Factors
Number Lines & Arrays
Properties of Multiplication
What's My Rule?
100

Kylie volunteers at the animal shelter.  She walks four dogs every day.  How many dogs will she walk in 6 days?

A.  10 dogs

B.  24 dogs

C.  44 dogs

D.  46 dogs

46 dogs

100

Which of these expressions represents this picture: A.  5 x 3

B.  3 x 5

C.  3 x 3

D.  5 x 5

B.  3 x 5

100

Which multiplication problem represents this number line: A. 3 x 12

B. 3 x 3

C. 4 x 3

D. 3 x 4

C. 4 x 3

Remember, the x means "jumps of" on a number line.

100

What would make this equation true?

6 x (2 x 4) = (6 x __) x 2

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

C. 4

What property allows us to do that?

100 A. multiply by 3

200

Nirja's family wanted to send cupcakes in to school for her birthday.  At the store, the cupcakes could be bought as singles, or in packages of four.  How could Nirja buy EXACTLY enough cupcakes for her class? Cupcakes needed: 9 x 4

A. buy 36 packages of cupcakes

B. buy 9 packages of cupcakes

C. buy 4 packages of cupcakes

D. buy 9 singles cupcakes and 4 packages of cupcakes

B.  buy 9 packages of cupcakes

200

56 = __ x 8

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8

C. 7

200

What expression matches this array? A. 3 + 5

B. 3 x 5

C. 5 x 3

D. 5 ÷ 3

C. 5 x 3

200

Bella broke this array into two smaller arrays.  Then, she found the product of each small array.  Finally she added the products together.  What property of multiplication allows Bella to do this? A. Associative

B. Baboonative

C. Commutative

D. Distributive

D. Distributive

200 Look closely at the table.  Think about the rule.

What number should go in the empty box?

A. 15

B. 20

C. 25

D. 50

C. 25

What was the rule?  If you said x 5, you are RIGHT!

300

Seleste is making homemade dog biscuits to sell.  She sold four treats every day this week!  How many did she sell in all? A. 7

B. 14

C. 21

D. 28

D. 28

300

6 x __ = 30

A. 3

B. 5

C. 7

D. 10

B. 5

300

Which of these number lines matches 4 x 7 = 28?

A. B. C. A. 300

Which of these expressions is equal to 3 x 12?

A. 3 x (6 x 6)

B. (3 x 6) x (3 x 6)

C. 3 + 6 + 6

D. (3 x 6) + (3 x 6)

D. (3 x 6) + (3 x 6)

300

Nicholas gets \$10 each month for the chores he does at home.

He has been saving his money to buy something special.  Look at the chart.  How much money will he have after 5 months? A. \$10

B. \$20

C. \$50

D. \$100

C. \$50

400

On Tuesday, second grade Lake Ridge students ran 249 laps at Explorer Expedition.  On Wednesday, third grade Lake Ridge students ran 189 more than the second graders.  How many laps did the second and third graders run altogether?

A. 438

B. 687

C. 328

D. 677

B. 687

Watch out for TWO STEP PROBLEMS!!!

400

9 x ___ = 72

A. 7

B. 8

C. 9

D. 10

B. 8

400

Mrs. Preston sent her two kids to Food City with a list of things to buy for the fall party.  Chocolate candies are on the list, but she didn't say how many to buy. The list only says 3 x 6.

Which of her children are right about how many candies to buy?  CHOOSE TWO.

A. Adeline says buy three groups of six each. B. Reid says buy six candies, plus three more. C. Garnet says buy 18 candies. A. and C.  Adeline and Garnet

400

Which of these expressions are equal to 3 x 11?  CHOOSE TWO.

A. 3 x (5 + 6)

B. 3 x 5 x 6

C. (3 x 5) + (3 x 6)

D. 3 + 11

A. and C.

3 x (5 + 6)

(3 x 5) + (3 x 6)

400

If you put a 2 into the table, what number would come out? A. 2

B. 5

C. 7

D. 14

D. 14

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