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Upcoming 5th Grader: Cameron's Trip
Cameronâ€™s class visited a Museum. Ms. Smith, his teacher, asked a lot of questions. Cameron was able to answer all of them. Get the same answers! 11 Questions.
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1
The bus driver told the students to sit two people to a seat.There were 14 seats filled with students. How many students were on the bus? You should:
Add
Multiply
Subtract
2
Although you could count each student, or even count 14 groups by two, a faster way to find the number of students would be to multiply. 2x14=?
26
16
28
3
When the class arrived at the museum, Mrs. Smith told the class to get in groups of four. If there were 28 students, how many groups were there?
7
112
32
4
The first thing they saw in the museum was a flag from 1864. Ms.Smith told the class that each star on the United States flag represents a state.Could they tell her how many states there were in 1864?
Yes
No
I Don't Know
5
If the flag had six rows of stars with six stars in each row, how many states were there in 1864?
12
28
36
6
A few minutes later the class saw 5 canoes. Three people could ride in each canoe.Joe wanted to know how many people could cross the river at one time if each canoe were full. How many?
0.6
15
8
7
That would mean five groups of three; or
3 + 5 + 7
9 + 6
3 x 5
8
Have you noticed a pattern here? If you have a large group of something and you want to sort it among fewer groups, you ______
divide
multiply
All of the Above
9
And if you have several equal groups and you want to know how many you have all together, you _____
Add
Divide
Multiply
10
In the Civil War room, the class saw 24 real gold pieces. If each soldier had 3 gold pieces, how many soldiers were there?
72
8
27
11
On there way out, the class saw several wooden pigglets 8 women in 1876 made. If each woman made 42, how many pigs were there?
6
336
321
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