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


1.

Problem Solving – RIT 191 – 200 What operation do the underlined words tell you to do? Tom
has 6 less CD’s than Marty. What is the difference between the number of
CD’s Tom and Marty have?
a.  add  d.  divide  b.  subtract  e.  use a fraction  c.  multiply 


2.

If a movie ticket costs $5.00,
how much does it cost for 3 people to go to a movie?
a.  $15.00  d.  $2.00  b.  $12.00  e.  $23.00  c.  $8.00 


3.

Estimate. If a student is told to return to the library in about 1 hour, and it is 10:07
A.M., about what time should the student return to the library?
a.  10:30
A.M.  d.  11:00
P.M.  b.  11:00 A.M.  e.  10:00 P.M.  c.  10:00 A.M. 


4.

What operation should be used
to solve the following question? Ten students will play basketball. After school, they ask 5 more
students to play with them. How many students will play in all
a.  15  d.  multiplication  b.  subtraction  e.  division  c.  addition 


5.

What problem solving strategy
would best solve the following problem? Sam has $2.00 in his pocket when he got home. He spent
$2.00 at the candy store, $1.00 at the hobby shop, and found 50 on the way home. How much money
did Sam begin with?
a.  Guess and
check  d.  Work
backwards  b.  Look for a pattern  e.  Make a model  c.  Solve a simpler problem 


6.

Joel needs 20 box tops to get a
video game. He has 10 box tops and a friend is giving him 7. How many more box tops will he need
before he can get the video game?


7.

Which number sentence will
correctly solve this problem? The children ate 8 slices of a pizza. The pizza was cut into 12
slices. How many slices were left?
a.  12 – 8 =
4  d.  20 – 8 =
12  b.  8 + 12 =
20  e.  20 – 4 = 16  c.  8 + 4 = 12 


8.

Two brothers can share the
money from selling the apples picked from their grandmother’s apple tree. They pick 100
pounds of apples and sell them for $.50 a pound. How much money will each brother
get?
a.  $10.00  d.  $100.00  b.  $25.00  e.  $5.00  c.  $50.00 


9.

The
table shows the number of pages students read during silent reading time. How many students read 5
or more pages?


10.

Which ratio represents the
number of circles to squares?


11.

Trea has 11 sisters. They have
all been asked to help their Grandmother. Their Grandmother has a list of 12 things she needs the
girls to do. If each girl does her equal share, how many tasks will each girl
do?


12.

Problem Solving – RIT 201 – 210 Estimate the answer. If there are 10 slices in a pizza, and 23
children want to order enough pizzas so they can each have 2 slices, about how many pizzas should
they order?


13.

Trina went to the mall. She
bought a sweater for $15.00, a pair of shoes for $25.00, and an ice cream cone for $2.00. How much
money did she spend?
a.  $32.00  d.  $47.00  b.  $42.00  e.  $52.00  c.  $37.00 


14.

What are the prime numbers
between 20 and 30?
a.  27, 29  d.  23, 27  b.  21, 23  e.  21, 29  c.  29, 23 


15.

What are the 2 missing
integers ion this number line?
a.  16, 9,
1  d.  13,
9  b.  16,
13  e.  8, 12  c.  1, 9 


16.

How much more of the dog food sold is dry than
canned?
a.  40%  d.  43%  b.  30%  e.  70%  c.  33% 


17.

Johnny’s shoelaces are 1
foot long. Suzie’s shoelaces are 8 inches long. How much longer are Johnny’s shoelaces
than Suzie’s?
a.  2
inches  d.  9
inches  b.  4 inches  e.  12 inches  c.  6 inches 


18.

If a car is traveling 60 miles
per hour and does not change speed or make any stops, how long will it take to go 300
miles?
a.  5 hours  d.  7 hours  b.  6 hours  e.  3 hours  c.  4 hours 


19.

John has 4 coins totallying
85¢. He has only quarters and dimes. How many dimes does John have?


20.

If it rains 2 inches every 30
days, how much rain would fall in 90 days?
a.  6
inches  d.  45
inches  b.  30 inches  e.  3 inches  c.  15 inches 


21.

Which figure has parallel
lines?


22.

40 candy canes come in a box.
10 candy canes were broken. How many candy canes were not broken? How would you find the
answer?
a.  addition  c.  multiplication  b.  subtraction  d.  division 
