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1. Each person in a factory makes 49 shoes per day. If there are 77 people working in
the factory, how many shoes are made per day?
A. 3783
B. 3763
C. 3778
D. 3773
Answer :- (d)
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Distributive Property Worksheets 1. Each person in a factory makes 49 shoes per day. If there are 77 people working in the factory, how many shoes are made per day? A. 3783 Answer :- (d) 2. A box containing corn flakes costs $3. How much would 206 boxes cost? A. $628 Answer :- (d) 3. There are 29 balls in a basket. How many balls are there in 8 such baskets? Know More About Divisibility Rules Worksheet B. $623 C. $608 D. $618 B. 3763 C. 3778 D. 3773

A. 222 Answer :- (b)

B. 232

C. 233

D. 242

4. Tim has traveled a distance of 104 miles in a day. How much distance does he travel in 12 days, if he covers the same distance each day? A. 1258 miles Answer :- (d) 5. Would you use the distributive property to solve 3 × 109? A. Yes Answer :- (a) 6. Find :- 106 × 16 A. 1696 Answer :- (a) 7. What is the product of 98 and 2? Learn More About Ordinal Numbers Worksheet B. 2000 C. 1856 D. 11200 B. No B. 1238 miles C. 1249 miles D. 1248 miles

A. 197 Answer :- (b)

B. 196

C. 206

D. 195

8. Find the product of 7 and 93. A. 650 Answer :- (d) 9. Multiply 12 and 104. A. 1258 Answer :- (d) 10. Find the product of 7 and 185. A. 1300 Answer :- (d) B. 1285 C. 1305 D. 1295 B. 1249 C. 1247 D. 1248 B. 652 C. 661 D. 651

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Order of Operations Worksheet 1. Sarah and her 2 friends ordered for 2 cheese burgers for $5 each, a toast for $2.50 and 3 large drinks for $0.95 each. They decided to split these costs evenly. Which equation should be used to find c, the cost each person has to pay, excluding the tax? A. c = 2 × 5 + 2.50 + 3 × 0.95 ÷ 3 C. c = (5 + 2.50 + 3 × 0.95) ÷ 3 Answer :- (a) 2. Mrs.Jenny instructed her students to write an expression that equals 10 using the numbers 2, 3, 5 and 7. Choose the correct answer. A. 3 × 5 + 7 – 2 C. 3 × 5 - 7 + 2 B. 3 - 5 + 7 × 2 D. 3 × 7 + 5 – 2 B. c = (2 × 5 + 2.50 + 3 × 0.95) ÷ 3 D. c = (2 × 5 + 2.50 + 0.95) ÷ 3

Answer :- (a) 3. Identify an arithmetic expression that equals to 13 and contains the operations of addition, division and multiplication. A. 4 ÷ 2 + 3 × 7 C. 4 × 4 ÷ 2 + 7 Answer :- (a) 4. Digits 1 to 9 stand in a row in an ascending order. Insert the symbols of pluses and minuses between them to get 100. Use only 3 signs. A. 123 - 45 - 67 + 89 = 100 C. 123 + 45 - 67 + 89 = 100 Answer :- (a) 5. Digits 1 to 9 stand in a row in a descending order. Insert the symbols of pluses and minuses between them to get 100. Use only 4 signs. A. 98 + 76 - 54 - 3 - 21 = 100 C. 98 - 76 + 54 + 3 + 21 = 100 Answer :- (a) B. 98 - 76 + 54 - 3 + 21 = 100 D. 98 + 76 - 54 + 3 - 21 = 100 Read More on Rounding Decimals Worksheet B. 12 - 345 + 67 + 89 = 100 D. 123 + 45 - 67 - 89 = 100 B. 4 ÷ 2 × 7 + 3 D. 4 ÷ 2 × 3 + 7

6. It is quite easy to get 24 from 8 and 3 by just multiplying them together. But discover how incredibly hard this task can be taken when you have two 8's and two 3's. [You can use any operation '+, -, ×, / and brackets.] A. 83-83 = 24 C. 83-38 = 24 Answer :- (a) 7. Emily had $2400. She gave 18of it to her friend Sara and 13of it to her sister Rita. How much is left with her? A. $800 Answer :- (a) 8. The length of a rectangle is 12m. Its breadth is 34of its length. Find its perimeter. A. 108 m Answer :- (a) 9. Mary wants to bring 12 candies at $1.75 each and two burgers at $2 each. How much will she spend? A. $25 B. $21 C. $22 D. $24 B. 81 m C. 42 m D. 21 m B. $1100 C. $300 D. $1300 B. 88-38 = 24 D. 88-83 = 24

Answer :- (a) 10. Lara had $42.50 with him. He gave $4.75 to each of his two younger brothers. How much is left with him? A. $31 Answer :- (a) B. $23 C. $32 D. $33

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