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Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
4.B2.1 use the properties of operations, and the relationships between addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, to solve problems involving whole numbers, including those requiring more than one operation, and check calculations.
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1. The table shows the number of points and total points scored in 3 video games.
Which of the following shows the points scored in Game 3?CorrectIncorrect
2. A toy company made 880 stuffed animals. They donated 164 to a children’s hospital.
The remaining stuffed animals were sent in equal amounts to each of their 4 toy stores.
How many stuffed animals were sent to each of the 4 toy stores?CorrectIncorrect
3. The art teacher ordered crayons as shown.
5 boxes of crayons with 125 crayons in each box
8 boxes of crayons with 65 crayons in each box.
How many total crayons did the art teacher order?
There are total crayons.
4. Jake has a total of 58 points from tickets to go on some carnival rides.
Some tickets are 2 points each.
Some tickets are 3 points each.
What could be a combination of 2-point and 3-point tickets that total 58 points?
Choose the TWO correct answers from the table shown.CorrectIncorrect
5. A farmer sold 9 buckets of apples to a baker. Each bucket had 38 apples.
The baker made apple pies with all of the apples. He used 6 apples for each pie.
How many pies could the baker make with the apples? Fill in the blank with your answer.
The baker could make pies
6. The Sweet Bakery kept track of their cookie sales over the course of 4 weeks.
How many cookies did they sell in Week 4?CorrectIncorrect
7. Mrs. Johnson ordered 4 packs of hot dog buns for Sarah’s birthday party.
Each pack has 6 buns.
There are enough buns for each child attending to eat 2 hot dogs.
How many children will be at Sarah’s party?CorrectIncorrect
8. Mason brought playing cards to class to play with the students. He had 372 cards in total.
He gave 80 to his friend Jacob, and wanted to split the rest evenly between his other 4 friends.
How many cards would Mason’s other 4 friends receive?
They would receive cards.
9. Principal Jordan was ordering chairs for the school auditorium.
For blue chairs, he ordered 6 boxes that contain 34 chairs each.
For red chairs, he ordered 8 boxes that contain 28 chairs each.
How many total chairs did Principal Jordan order?CorrectIncorrect
10. Jenny brought some gum to school to share with her whole class.
Jenny had 13 packs of gum with 8 pieces each.
Jenny has exactly enough gum to give 4 to each student in her class.
How many students are in Jenny’s class?
There are students in Jenny’s class.