Order of Operations
Powers of 10
Vocabulary
Multiplication and Division
Story Problems
100

Solve 21 ÷ (9 - 2)

What is 3?

100

20 x 300 = 

What is 6,000?

100

The answer to the division problem

What is the quotient?

100

260 ÷ 13 =

What is 20?

100

The school cafeteria bakes 220 cookies for the 5th grade classrooms to share equally. If there are 8 classrooms in the 5th grade, how many cookies will each homeroom receive?

What is 27 cookies?

200

Solve 15 + 3 x 6 - 21

What is 12?

200

35,000 ÷ 1,000 =

What is 35?

200

The number you are dividing by

What is the divisor?

200

13 X 85 =

What is 1,105?

200

Michael wants to buy pieces of gum for his whole class. There are 23 students in his class all together. Each piece of gum costs 28 cents. How much money does he need?

What is $6.44?

300

Solve 72 ÷ 9 + (8 x 6)

300

8.2 x 102

What is 820?

300

The answer to a multiplication problem

What is the product?

300

489 ÷ 21 =

What is 23 R6?

300

There are 273 students in the 5th grade. If each lunch table holds 12 students, how many tables are needed to seat them all in the cafeteria?

What is 23 tables?

400

Solve 102 ÷ 5 + (6 x 9)

What is 74?

400

4,200 ÷ 70 =

What is 60?

400

The leftover part of a division problem

What is the remainder?

400

86 x 151 =

What is 12,986?

400

Mr. Bender is buying new desks for the whole school. He needs to order 32 desks for each classroom. Each desk costs $117. How much money will it cost to get new desks for one classroom?

What is $3,744?

500

Half of the difference between eighty and twelve

What is (80 - 12) ÷ 2?

500

The number of places AND direction that you move the decimal point when you multiply by 10,000

What is 4 places to the RIGHT?

500

The number being divided

What is the dividend?

500

3762 ÷ 62 =

What is 60 R42?

500

The school library has 1,379 books. If 25 books can fit on each shelf, how many books will not fit?

What is 4 books?

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