Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

How many books did Mike and Rob read
altogether?


2.

How many more books did Paul read than
Mike?


3.

Paul is the best reader in the class. But
together, Brian, Mike and Rob read more books. How many more books did they read than
Paul?


4.

How many more yellow candies are there in the
bag than blue candies?


5.

Which two colors together would give us 9
candies?
a.  yellow and green  c.  yellow and blue  b.  red and green  d.  blue and red 


6.

If you put all the yellow candies in your right
hand and all the red and blue candies in your left hand, which hand would have the most
candies?
a.  left  c.  they would be equal  b.  right 


7.

The students went to the zoo. Then they
voted on their favorite animals. Which animal was the least favorite?
a.  bear  c.  dear  b.  elephant  d.  kangaroo 


8.

If this is a chart of favorite animals, how many
more liked elephants than bears?


9.

The boys in the class liked the bears and the
dear. The girls liked the elephants and the kangaroos. How many more girls are there in
the class than boys?


10.

How any more girls like kangaroos than boys like
deer?
