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


1.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 10.55 + 3.27
a.  13.82  c.  13.75  b.  1382  d.  1327 


2.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 1.234 + 3.001


3.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .761 + .355
a.  1.9  c.  1,116  b.  1.116  d.  .1116 


4.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 57.2 + 41.890
a.  99.09  c.  99.19  b.  98.0  d.  100 


5.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .003 + .034


6.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 2.458 + .719
a.  9.167  c.  2.11  b.  2.495  d.  3.177 


7.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .390 + .039


8.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .999 + .100


9.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .999 + .001
a.  1.099  c.  1.0  b.  .998  d.  1.991 


10.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 1.268 + .761
a.  2.290  c.  8.878  b.  2.969  d.  2.029 


11.

Mary and Tom wanted to purchase a toy for their brother’s birthday.
Mary had $11.79 in her piggy bank and Tom had $9.47 in his. How much did they have to spend on
their brother?
a.  $21.16  c.  $21.26  b.  $21.00  d.  $20.17 


12.

Allison, Rachael and Barbara wanted to go to the movies. Allison and
Barbara were 12 years old, so they had to pay the adult price of $6.75. Rachael was only eleven
years old, so she got in for $4.75. What was the total cost of all three tickets?
a.  $16.75  c.  $16.50  b.  $18.00  d.  $18.25 


13.

Andy saved his money to buy a new bike. The bike cost $129.95.
However, he also needed a lock. They cost $6.79. And, he had to pay tax on both the bike
and the lock, which came to $8.20. How much did Andy spend that day?
a.  $139.95  c.  $151.00  b.  $144.94  d.  $141.89 


14.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .999  .333
a.  1.332  c.  6.660  b.  .666  d.  6.66 


15.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .992  .333
a.  .659  c.  6.660  b.  .666  d.  6.66 


16.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 2.599  1.001
a.  1.598  c.  2.6  b.  1.499  d.  3.600 


17.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .025  .002


18.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .179  .106


19.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 10.488  3.000
a.  7.488  c.  7.000  b.  13.488  d.  10.188 


20.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 10.002  5.200
a.  15.202  c.  5.802  b.  5.198  d.  4.802 


21.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 7.309  5.080
a.  2.301  c.  2.229  b.  12.389  d.  2.389 


22.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .07710  .07310
a.  .004  c.  .0004  b.  .142  d.  .4000 


23.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 96.002  .002
a.  94.002  c.  95.082  b.  96.004  d.  96 


24.

If you gave the cashier $10.50 for a bill of $3.17, how much money would you get
back in change?
a.  $7.00  c.  $13.67  b.  $7.33  d.  $7.83 


25.

John receives $4.25 per week in allowance. However, he forgot to clean his
room this week, so his mother is reducing his allowance by $.97. How much will he receive in
allowance this week?
a.  $4.25  c.  $3.28  b.  $4.30  d.  $3.15 


26.

Alice and Sarah set up a lemonade stand one hot summer’s day. They
took in $15.35 during that day. However, they had to pay their mom for the lemonade which was
$1.95 and they bought some extra sugar which cost $2.11. How much did they actually earn over
the course of the day?
a.  $11.29  c.  $15.35  b.  $10.00  d.  $12.13 
