Multiplication
Division
Mystery
Fractions
100

Milo has 255 Pokemon cards.  His sister has 318 Pokemon Cards.  How many cards do they have altogether?

573

100

6 x 7 = _____ ?

42

100

Solve this equation:

54 / 6 = ______ ?

9

100

Soccer practice started at 4:30.  It ended at 5:15.  How long was soccer practice?

45 minutes

100

What is the top number in a fraction called?

Numerator

200

Milo has 255 Pokemon cards.  His sister has 318 Pokemon Cards.  How many more cards does his sister have than he has?

63 more cards

200

9 x ____ = 36.  What is the missing factor?

4

200

Robby has 30 apples.  He puts them equally in 5 bags.  How many oranges are in each bag?

6 oranges

200

Mr. Clapper finished eating his maple glazed donut at 8:15.  It took him 23 minutes to eat it.  When did he start eating the donut?

7:52

200

How many thirds does it take to make a whole?

3/3  or  three-thirds

300

Mary has collected 179 stamps.  Her goal is to collect 400 stamps.  How many more stamps does she need to get to 400?

221 more stamps

300

Which is greater, 5 groups of 8 or 10 groups of 3?

5 groups of 8 = 40

10 groups 3 = 30

300

What is the matching division equation for 8 x 3 = 24?

24 / 3 = 8  or  24/8 = 3

300

Round 84 to the nearest 10.

80

300

Put these fractions in order from least to greatest:  3/4, 3/8, 3/3

3/8,  3/4,  3/3

400

Hannah and her brother went blueberry picking 3 times.  They picked 123 berries, 97 berries, and 205 berries.  How many blueberries did they pick in all?

425 blueberries

400

Solve this equation:

6 x 3 x 2 = _____ ?

36

400

Solve this equation:

48 / ____ = 8?

6

400

Round 245 to the nearest 100.

200

400

What happens to a fraction when the denominator gets bigger.

The pieces get smaller.  or  The pieces of the fraction get smaller.

500

What is 1,000 - 416?

584

500

Solve this equation:

7 x 70 = _____ ?

490

500

What is the multiplication and division fact family for 3, 8, 24?

3 x 8 = 24

8 x 3 = 24

24 / 3 = 8

24 / 8 = 3

500

Round 400 to the nearest 10.

400

500

True of False:  8/8 > 2/2

False.  They both equal 1 whole.

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