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


1.

Kim saves 5 loonies every week. Which multiplication sentence can represent the
number of loonies Kim will save at the end of 3 weeks?


2.

In question 1, how many loonies will Kim save at the end of 3 weeks?


3.

A recipe for apple pie calls for 4 apples for one pie. How many apples are
needed for 5 pies?


4.

A package of 4 crackers is served with each bowl of soup and chili sold at
Sally’s Diner. If 5 bowls of soup and 3 bowls of chili are sold, how many crackers are served
altogether?


5.

Each day Troy watches 2 television shows. How many television shows will he
watch in 5 days?


6.

Mia and her sister each drink 3 glasses of juice every day. How many glasses of
juice will both sisters drink in 7 days?


7.

A flower shop sold 4 bunches of roses and 3 bunches of tulips. There are 6 roses
in one bunch of roses and 5 tulips in one bunch of tulips. How many flowers were sold
altogether?
