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


1.

The preschool teacher lined up her 22 students to go to lunch. She told
the students to form two lines. How many students were in each line?
a.  22  c.  5 in one, 6 in another  b.  11  d.  2 


2.

The marching band has 56 members. The band director wants them to line up
in 8 equal lines. How many people will be in each line?


3.

The army drill sergeant wanted his 78 soldiers to get in formation. He
wanted 13 lines along the front. How many soldiers would be in each line behind the 13 soldiers
in front?


4.

Maria’s family was driving home from the beach. They had to stop on
the highway to let a flock of geese walk across the highway. Maria noticed that they were the
24th car to stop. She counted the lanes on the highway and found that there were 4
lanes. How many cars where waiting in each lane for the geese to cross?


5.

A teacher gave all of her 32 students a laser pointer. She told them to
point it at the wall. Then she told 4 students to point their
laser at the top of the wall. All other students were to point their lasers at the wall in
equal groups under those four. Which diagram below shows how that would look?


6.

Alexa got a new tricycle for her birthday. All the wheels were the
same. She counted the spokes on all the wheels and found that there were 36 total spokes.
How many spokes did each wheel have?


7.

Freddy took his twin sisters to the Lego shop. He bought 100 Legos.
He then gave each sister equal amounts of Legos. He told them to put their Legos in 5 groups
each. How many Legos did each sister have in each group?
