3.OA.2.-Test1C Interpret whole-number quotients
 Name:    3.OA.2.-Test1C Interpret whole-number quotients

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

1.

Solve:  A girl had 21 oranges to put into bags.  She put all the oranges into 3 bags.  How many oranges were in each bag?
 a. 7 c. 63 b. 19 d. 24

2.

Solve:  On the playground there were 63 students.  The playground only had 7 swings.  How many students needed to share each swing equally?
 a. 7 c. 9 b. 70 d. 56

3.

Solve: There were 132 students in the third grade, the computer lab only had 44 computers.  How many students had to share each computer when they went to lab all together at one time?
 a. 88 c. 3 b. 176 d. 4

4.

Solve: There were 36 students in the classroom. The teacher put them into 6 groups for a game.  How many students were in each group?
 a. 42 c. 30 b. 4 d. 6

5.

Solve: There were 144 cans of soda and in each case there was 12 cans.  How many cases of soda were there?
 a. 12 c. 156 b. 10 d. 132

6.

Solve: A boy had 54 baseball cards. He wanted to put them into 9 plastic sleeves.  How many baseball cards did he put into each sleeve?
 a. 63 c. 45 b. 6 d. 9

7.

Solve:  There were 150 cookies made for a party.  The baker put 50 cookies in each box.  How many boxes did the baker use?
 a. 200 c. 100 b. 1 d. 3

8.

Solve:  There were 108 logs in each crate.  There were 6 crates altogether.  How many logs were in each crate?
 a. 114 c. 708 b. 18 d. 102

9.

Solve:  The farmer planted 77 seeds in 7 rows.  How many plants did he plant in each row?
 a. 149 c. 11 b. 70 d. 84

10.

Solve: A man had 48 hats and used 6 boxes to pack all of his hats away for winter.  How many hats were there in each box?
 a. 8 c. 40 b. 6 d. 56