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1.
441 is divisible by
1. 3
2. 2
3. 5
4. 6
2.
There are 53 students in the junior bowling league. How many teams of 6 can they make?
1. 5
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9
3.
When 7,819 is divided by 4, the remainder is
1. 3
2. 5
3. 8
4. 1,954
4.
Sally has 57 beads. If she wants to split the beads evenly between her 4 friends, how many beads will she have left over?
1. 1
2. 98
3. 25
4. 4
5.
The last problem on Bryce's math test was $9,072 -: 9$. In what place should Bryce write the first digit of the quotient for the problem?
1. ones
2. tens
3. hundreds
4. thousands
6.
Rick has 468 baseball cards in 9 albums. Each album has the same number of baseball cards. How many baseball cards are in each album?
1. 42
2. 46
3. 52
4. 62
7.
There are 636 people attending a play. They are seated in 6 sections. If there are an equal number of people in each section, how many people are in each section?
1. 106
2. 136
3. 116
4. 160
8.
There are sixty-seven people attending a luncheon. If a table can hold eight people, how many tables do they need?
1. 9
2. 7
3. 6
4. 5
9.
734 is divisible by
1. 7
2. 4
3. 2
4. 10
10.
On a standard week-long space shuttle flight, 175 servings of fresh food are shared equally among 7 crew members. How many servings of fresh food does each crew member receive?
1. 25
2. 26
3. 32
4. 33
11.
Each costume requires 2 yards of material. How many costumes can Sara make out of 35 yards? How much material will she have left?
1. 17 costumes, 1 yard left
2. 17 costumes, 0 yards left
3. 16 costumes, 3 yards left
4. 16 costumes, 1 yard left
12.
Divide 4,509 by 9.
1. 51
2. 500
3. 501
4. 510
13.
Mrs. Badgett has 154 books on 7 shelves in her classroom. Each shelf has the same number of books on it. She wants to find out the number of books on each shelf. In what place should Mrs. Badgett write the first digit of the quotient for the problem $154 -: 7$?
1. ones
2. tens
3. hundreds
4. thousands
14.
A total of 222 centimeters of snow fell in Marcus' yard this year. This is 3 times the number of centimeters that fell last year. How many centimeters of snow fell in Marcus' yard last year?
1. 74
2. 77
3. 81
4. 83
15.
Three friends shared 327 marbles equally. How many marbles did each friend get?
1. 981
2. 190
3. 109
4. 19
16.
How many are left if 318 is divided into 4 equal groups?
1. 79
2. 3
3. 2
4. 0
17.
Samantha had 5,132 grams of jellybeans. She gave the jellybeans to 4 of her friends to be shared equally. How many grams of jellybeans did each of her friends get?
1. 1,283 g
2. 1,383 g
3. 1,384 g
4. 20,528 g
18.
Nelly has 74 bricks to outline 5 different flower beds. How many bricks will she use for each flower bed if she uses the same number in each?
1. Each garden will use 10 bricks. There will be 4 left over.
2. Each garden will use 13 bricks. There will be 9 left over.
3. Each garden will use 14 bricks. There will be 0 left over.
4. Each garden will use 14 bricks. There will be 4 left over.
19.
There are 424 snacks to put in 4 boxes. Each box will have an equal number of snacks. How many snacks will be in each box?

20.
Elijah reads his book each night. It takes him 9 nights to read the entire book. He reads the same number of pages each night. His book is 324 pages.

How many pages does Elijah read each night?

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