Multiplication
Division
Word Problems
Interpret Remainders
100

8,126 x 5

40,630

100

45,135 ÷ 5

9,027

100

Carlos deposits his check of \$3,125 into his bank account, then pays his bills of \$950. He then deposits \$530 every week for the next three weeks. How much money does he now have in his account?

\$3,765

100

Josh is organizing a book club event. He has 257 books to pack into boxes. Each box can hold 25 books. How many boxes will he need to hold all the books?

11 boxes

200

12,835 x 7

89,845

200

67,320 ÷ 60

1,122

200

Emma is planning a community garden project. She buys 6 packets of sunflower seeds and 3 packets of marigold seeds. Each packet contains 135 seeds. She wants to distribute all the seeds equally among 8 garden plots. How many seeds will be left over?

7 seeds

200

The robotics club is planning a competition. They have 923 gears to distribute evenly among 35 robots. Each robot needs an equal number of gears to function optimally. How many robots can they complete?

26 robots

300

68 x 14

952

300

85,680 ÷ 45

1,904

300

Alicia is managing her savings account. She deposits her monthly salary of \$2,487 into her bank account, then pays her rent of \$799. She deposits \$497 every week for the next four weeks. How much money does she now have in her account?

\$3,676

300

Sophia is organizing a charity bake sale. She baked 12 trays of chocolate chip cookies and 7 trays of sugar cookies. Each tray holds 15 cookies. She wants to sell the cookies in boxes that each hold 12 cookies. How many full boxes can she sell?

23 boxes

400

4,167 x 38

158,384

400

84,752 ÷ 37

(represent the remainder as a fraction)

2,291    25/37

400

Mr. Thompson runs a toy store and has received a shipment of 21 cases each containing 25 toy cars. He needs to pack all these toy cars into boxes, with each box capable of holding 18 toy cars. How many boxes will Mr. Thompson need to pack all the toy cars?

30 boxes

400
Ms. Holland is planning a field trip with all the fifth graders at her school. There are 5 classes that each have 22 students and another class that has 23 students. Each bus can hold 35 students. How many buses are necessary so that every student can attend?

4 buses

500

872 x 219

190,968

500

52,437 ÷ 48

(represent remainder as a fraction)

1,092   21/48

500

Emily has a total of 400 LEGO bricks.

She has 120 red LEGO bricks. She has 5 boxes of blue LEGO bricks, and each box contains 48 bricks. She also has some yellow LEGO bricks.

How many yellow and red LEGO bricks does Emily have?

This problem involves determining the quantities of different colored LEGO bricks based on given totals and distributions, similar to the ribbon problem you mentioned.

160 LEGO bricks

500

Nadia is organizing books on her shelf. She has 17 boxes that each contain 5 books and wants to arrange them all onto shelves that can hold 12 books each.

Once she completely fills as many shelves as she can, how many books will be left over?

1 book