Mult/Div Equations

Add/Sub Word Problems

Mult/Div Word Problems

Multiples and Factors

Fractions/Decimald

100

3 x 4

12

100

Anna has 5 red balloons and 3 blue balloons. How many balloons does she have in total?

5+3=8

100

Lily has 5 packs of crayons. Each pack contains 8 crayons. How many crayons does Lily have in total?

5×8=40

100

5 Multiples of 4

4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, etc

100

Write three fifths as a fraction

3/5

200

18/6

3

200

Tom had 10 cookies. He ate 4 of them. How many cookies does he have left?

10−4=6

200

Michael has 36 stickers. He wants to divide them equally among 9 friends. How many stickers will each friend get?

36÷9=4

200

5 Multiples of 5

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 etc

200

Round 3.456 to the nearest tenth

3.5

300

25 x 12

300

300

A library received 45 new books in January and 38 new books in February. How many new books did the library receive in total during these two months?

45+38=83

300

A gardener plants 15 rows of flowers, with 12 flowers in each row. How many flowers are there in total?

15×12=180

300

All the factors of 24

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24

300

Convert 3/4 to a decimal

0.75

400

240/8

30

400

A farmer had 150 sheep. He sold 45 of them at the market. How many sheep does he have left?

150−45=105

400

A baker has 240 cookies and wants to package them into boxes with 30 cookies each. How many boxes can the baker fill?

240÷30=8

400

All the factors of 36

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 36

400

Convert 0.2 to a fraction

2/10 or 1/5

500

1200 x 15

18000

500

Emily had $200. She spent $75 on groceries and $45 on clothes. Then, she earned $60 from a part-time job. How much money does she have now?

200−75−45+60=140

500

A company produces 500 gadgets each week. If each gadget is sold for $25, how much total revenue does the company make in 4 weeks?

Weekly revenue: 500×25=12,500500 \times 25 = 12,500500×25=12,500

Total revenue in 4 weeks: 12,500×4=50,00012,500 \times 4 = 50,00012,500×4=50,000

500

All the factors, and the first 4 multiples of 12

Factors: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12

First 4 multiples: 12, 24, 36, 48

500

1/3 + 1/6

1/2