4th Grade Multiplication
4th Grade Division
4th Grade Problem Solving
4th Grade Mental Math
4th Grade Math Mystery
200

4 x 8=

32

200
64 / 8 

200

Lexi was sick last Friday. 

She had read that oranges are good for her. She went to buy 8 oranges at the grocery store. Each orange costs $0.50. How much did Lexi have to pay?

$ 4.00

200

10 x 10=

100

200

What is the "leftovers" called in a division problem?

a remainder

400

136x5

680

400

321 divided by 2 is...

160 r1

400

The Corner Cafe ordered 73 boxes of sugar packets. Each box contained 26 packets of sugar. How many sugar packets in total did The Corner Cafe order?

1,898 sugar packets

400

20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 1=

81

400

what is 10 less than 20,840

20,830

600

52x34

1,768

600

The quotient of 3,654 and 4 is...

913 r 2

600

Tom has some medicine at home for his headache and fever. There are 36 tablets left in the bottle and he is supposed to take 3 tablets a day. How many tablets will be left after day 4?

24 tablets

600

4 times 25

100

600

What is the answer to a multiplication problem?


Product

800

847x92

77,924

800

Dater's fourth-graders are planning a party for all of the students and staff. There are 534 students and 53 staff members at Dater going to attend the party. The 4th graders want to split the party-goers into 3 groups. How many full groups will there be? Will there be anyone left out?

There will be 195 full groups and 2 people left out.

800

DLo is going to the carnival with 4 of her friends. She has 65 tickets saved from her last visit and buys 15 more tickets during this visit. She wants to give the same amount of tickets to each of her friends and herself. How many tickets did DLo and her friends each receive? 

16 tickets

800

1001- 901=

100

800

How many feet are in 6 yards?

18 feet

1000

78 x 9=

702

1000

425 / 5 equals...


85 


1000

An opossum sleeps an average of 19 hours per day. How many hours does an opossum sleep in a week?

19 x 7 = 133 hours

1000

200 x 2 =

400

1000


What is the answer to an addition problem?

Sum

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