Multiplication and Division Word Problems

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1.

Charlie bought 2 ice-creams for $2. What is the cost of each ice-cream?

a. | $1 | ||

b. | $2 | ||

c. | $1.5 | ||

d. | $0.5 |

Correct answer : (1)

2.

Justin bought 3 pencils for $6. What is the cost of each pencil?

a. | $2.5 | ||

b. | $2 | ||

c. | $1.5 | ||

d. | $3 |

Correct answer : (2)

3.

Find the number of toys in each shelf, if 28 toys are equally arranged in 4 shelves.

a. | 6 | ||

b. | 7 | ||

c. | 9 | ||

d. | 4 |

Correct answer : (2)

4.

At a factory 3 wheels are used for each tricycle. How many tricycles can be made using 93 wheels?

a. | 30 | ||

b. | 32 | ||

c. | 33 | ||

d. | 31 |

Correct answer : (4)

5.

The baker puts 8 cookies in a tray. How many trays are needed for 64 cookies?

a. | 8 | ||

b. | 9 | ||

c. | 72 | ||

d. | 512 |

Correct answer : (1)

6.

Every day Bob puts $3 in his piggy bank. If he started on Sunday, what would be the total amount in his bank on Friday?

a. | $24 | ||

b. | $16 | ||

c. | $15 | ||

d. | $18 |

Correct answer : (4)

7.

Pam harvested 36 cabbages in 6 rows in her garden. If there were same numbers of cabbages in each row, how many cabbages were there in each row?

a. | 6 | ||

b. | 42 | ||

c. | 7 | ||

d. | 30 |

Correct answer : (1)

8.

Mathew has 4 boxes of crayons. There are 5 crayons in each box. How many crayons does Mathew have?

a. | 20 | ||

b. | 9 | ||

c. | 15 | ||

d. | 25 |

Correct answer : (1)

9.

William bought 6 apples. Each apple was priced at 4¢. How much did he pay for the apples?

a. | 18¢ | ||

b. | 10¢ | ||

c. | 24¢ | ||

d. | 20¢ |

Correct answer : (3)

10.

Ashley wants to plant 6 rows of lilies in her garden. She plants 7 in a row. How many plants does she need in all?

a. | 49 | ||

b. | 13 | ||

c. | 56 | ||

d. | 42 |

Correct answer : (4)