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Romeo watched 5 television shows that were each 26 minutes long. How much time did he spend watching television?
1. 31 minutes
2. 21 minutes
3. 100 minutes
4. 130 minutes
54 is      6      times as many as 9.
Multiply to find the product:

$52 xx 93 =$
1. 4,743
2. 4,650
3. 4,784
4. 4,836
Multiply.
478 x 3 =
1. 1432
2. 1244
3. 1434
4. 1442
What number belongs in the blank below to make the number sentence true?
9 + __= 2 x 5
1. 10
2. 2
3. 5
4. 1
Andrew and Brad were stacking books in the classroom. Andrew stacked 6 books. Brad stacked 5 times as many books as Andrew. Which expression represents the number of books Brad stacked?
1. 5 x 6
2. 5 x 4
3. 5 + 6
4. 5 x 6 = 30
Sarah had 18 buckets. She filled each bucket with 24 ounces of water. How many ounces of water did the buckets have in all?
1. 212
2. 38
3. 42
4. 432
The only charge to use the pool is a $3.00 parking charge. Which of these number sentences should be used to find how much money the parking lot made on a day when 82 cars were parked there? 1. 82 + 3 = 2. 82 - 3 = 3. 82 x 3 = 4. 82 / 3 = Grade 4 Multiplication When a math question asks you find the product of something it's asking you to . 1. Add 2. Subtract 3. Multiply 4. Divide Grade 4 Multiplication 44 x 22 = 1. 968 2. 8,888 3. 288 4. 988 Grade 4 Multiplication A is the answer to a multiplication problem. 1. product 2. quotient 3. factor 4. addend Grade 4 Multiplication Grace and her 7 friends each collected 32 trading cards. How many cards did they have altogether? 1. 224 2. 256 3. 356 4. 324 Grade 4 Multiplication Solve. 500 x 5 = 1. 2,500 2. 25,000 3. 250,000 4. 2,500,000 Grade 4 Multiplication CCSS: 4.NBT.B.5 267 x 5 = 1335 Grade 4 Multiplication Joey bought 7 bags of marbles. There were 25 marbles in each bag. How many marbles were there altogether? 1. 275 2. 150 3. 32 4. 175 Grade 4 Multiplication CCSS: 4.OA.A.2 In 1930 the price of an ounce of gold was about$20.00. If the price of an ounce gold today is \$1,200, which equation can be used to find how many times greater the price of gold is today than in 1930?
1. $20 xx g = 1200$
2. $1200 xx 20 = g$
3. $g -: 20 = 1200$
4. $20 -:g = 1200$
45 x 10 =
1. 45
2. 405
3. 450
4. 4500
Multiply.

11 x 6 =
1. 60
2. 61
3. 66
4. 70