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


1.

Determine which multiplication
statement is equivalent to the following addition statement.


2.

Which multiplication statement
is equivalent to the following addition statement?


3.

Determine which multiplication
statement this diagram represents.


4.

What multiplication statement
does this diagram represent?


5.

Determine which multiplication
statement this diagram represents.


6.

What multiplication statement
does this diagram represent?


7.

Which expression does this
diagram represent?


8.

Multiply −3 × 6.


9.

Evaluate 12 × (−4).


10.

A submarine dives at a rate of
16 m/min for eight minutes. How far does the submarine dive?
a.  2 m  c.  128 m  b.  −2 m  d.  −128 m 


11.

Determine which expression is
equivalent to the diagram show below.


12.

What division statement does
the diagram below represent?


13.

A diver rose a total of 45 m in
five equal stages. What distance did the diver rise during each stage?


14.

Martina improved her math mark
by 2% on each of six tests. How much higher was her mark on the last test than on the
first?


15.

Suppose . Determine
the value of x.


16.

Evaluate 7 – (–5)
× 3.


17.

Determine –8 –
(– 6) × 3 – 5 × (–3).


18.

Suppose you subtract –7
from the quotient of –16 and –4. What is the answer?


19.

A stock originally sells for
$6/share. If the price triples in value one week and then that value is cut in half the following
week, what is the price of the stock at the end of the second week?
a.  $2/share  c.  $9/share  b.  $4/share  d.  $18/share 


20.

Blaine drove from Calgary to
Winnipeg at an average speed of 90 km/h. After 11 hours Blaine was 218 km from Winnipeg. Determine
how far apart Calgary and Winnipeg are from one another.
a.  772 km  c.  1208 km  b.  990 km  d.  1306 km 


21.

The sum of a set of three
consecutive odd integers is −21. What is
the least integer in the set?


22.

Liam and his friends were
selling chocolate bars. They sold five more boxes in the second week than they did in the first.
During the third week, they tripled the sales of their second week. Altogether, they sold 420 boxes.
How many boxes did they sell in the third week?

Matching



Match the correct term to
each of the following definitions. A term may be used more than once or not at
all.
a.  brackets  d.  order of operations  b.  integer  e.  sign rules  c.  number line  f.  zero pair 


23.

used to determine whether
multiplication or division with integers is positive or negative


24.

positive and negative whole
numbers


25.

used to model integer
multiplication and division



Identify whether the result
of each expression is positive, negative, or zero.
a.  positive  c.  zero  b.  negative 


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