Name:    Lesson 8.6: Multiplying with Arrays

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

1.

Colin baked a tray of cookies. He arranged the cookies in 4 rows of 5 cookies. Which multiplication sentence can be used to describe this array of cookies? a. b. c. 2.

In question 1, how many cookies did Colin bake?
 a. 24 b. 20 c. 32

3.

The box shown below contains cans arranged in 4 rows of 6 cans. Which multiplication sentence can be used to describe this array of cans? a. b. c. 4.

How many cans are in the box in question 3?
 a. 12 b. 36 c. 24

5.

Kelly is selling pots of flowers in his flower shop. He displays the flower pots on three shelves, as shown in the diagram below. Each shelf has 5 flower pots. Which multiplication sentence can be used to represent the number of flower pots there are? a. b. c. 6.

How many flower pots are there in Kelly’s flower shop in question 5?
 a. 15 b. 20 c. 24

7.

Which mutliplication sentence can be used to represent the number of tickets in this array? a. b. c. 8.

How many tickets are in the array in question 7?
 a. 32 b. 36 c. 40

9.

Which multiplication sentence can be used to represent the number of fish in this array? a. b. c. 10.

How many fish are in the array in question 9?
 a. 42 b. 35 c. 36