Name:    5th Grade Math- Multiply and divide whole numbers practice test

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

1.

What is the product of:  21
x    9
 a. 189 c. 30 b. 181 d. 19

2.

What is the product of:    93
x   7
 a. 169 c. 651 b. 658 d. 100

3.

What is the product of:   56
x   3
 a. 169 c. 167 b. 168 d. 59

4.

What is the product of:   72
x  5
 a. 360 c. 80 b. 7 d. 365

5.

What is the product of:   31
x   8
 a. 259 c. 240 b. 39 d. 248

6.

What is the product of:   50
x  18
 a. 410 c. 508 b. 900 d. 680

7.

What is the product of:   76
x  85
 a. 6460 c. 6640 b. 5630 d. 6800

8.

What is the product of:   13
x  29
 a. 157 c. 377 b. 319 d. 390

9.

What is the product of:   99
x  9
 a. 991 c. 999 b. 162 d. 891

10.

What is the product of:   57
x  38
 a. 2250 c. 2379 b. 2166 d. 2019

11.

What is the product of:   167
x  38
 a. 6321 c. 6512 b. 6356 d. 6346

12.

Randy and Sheila bought 6 bags of sea shells.  Each bag had 23 shells inside.  What is the total number of shells purchased by Randy and Sheila?
 a. 138 c. 129 b. 148 d. 29

13.

Three girls decided to bake cookies for their school class.  The recipe calls for 3 eggs for each batch.  A batch makes 24 cookies.  There are 20 students in the class.  If the girls want to make enough batches to give two cookies to each student, who many eggs will they need?
 a. 9 c. 5 b. 4 d. 6

14.

If fifty people come to the movies and the movie costs \$6.00 per person, how much money will the owner take in?
 a. \$56 c. \$300 b. \$560 d. \$600

15.

One ounce of jelly beans contain 34 beans.  How many beans will you find in 9 ounces?
 a. 306 c. 279 b. 257 d. 336

16.

Andrea and Billy decided to sell drinks at the sporting event.  They charged two dollars for each drink. By the end of the day, they had sold 93 drinks.  Who much money did they take in?
 a. \$95 c. \$116 b. \$186 d. \$93

17.

Six people at the airport bought tickets to fly to Denver.  Each paid \$265.  What was the total amount paid for all the tickets?
 a. \$1990 c. \$1590 b. \$1860 d. \$1249

18.

What is the quotient of:  64 divided by 4
 a. 16 c. 12 b. 24 d. 32

19.

What is the quotient of:  77 divided by 7
 a. 10 c. 7 b. 9 d. 11

20.

What is the quotient of:  104 divided by 8
 a. 9 c. 15 b. 13 d. 12

21.

What is the quotient of:  158 divided by 9
 a. 22 remainder 1 c. 17 remainder 5 b. 15 d. 13 remainder 6

22.

What is the quotient of:  137 divided by 4
 a. 22 remainder 1 c. 34 remainder 2 b. 15 d. 13 remainder 6

23.

What is the quotient of:  175 divided by 7
 a. 25 c. 26 remainder 5 b. 22 d. 10

24.

What is the quotient of: 64 divided by 9
 a. 8 c. 6 remainder 4 b. 9 remainder 0 d. 7 remainder 1

25.

What is the quotient of:
 a. 16 c. 16 remainder 4 b. 16 remainder 1 d. 17 remainder 1

26.

What is the quotient of:
 a. 16 c. 12 remainder 6 b. 14 remainder 12 d. 15 remainder 8

27.

What is the quotient of:
 a. 17 c. 15 remainder 4 b. 17 remainder 4 d. 15 remainder 6

28.

Alice and Cindy wanted to share their earnings from a lemonade stand equally.  They earned a total of \$114.  How much does each girl get?
 a. \$77 c. \$57 b. \$114 d. \$56.50

29.

The 5 members of the band received 179 tickets to give to friends.  They wanted to each get the same number of tickets. How many tickets did each member get?
 a. 35 c. 29 b. 52 d. 50

30.

Some fishermen caught 504 crabs.  Each fisherman caught the same number of crabs.  If there were 18 fishermen, how many crabs did each fisherman catch?
 a. 31 c. 29 b. 18 d. 28