Question: What is the factors, fact, and product in this equation: 199 x 60 = 11,940
Answer: Factor = 199 and 60
Fact = 199 x 60 = 11,940
Product = 11,940

Question: Jackie has 8 pencils. Her friend Johnny has 9 times as much as Jackie has. How many pencils does Johnny have?
Answer: Johnny has 72 pencils.

Question: Who is right?
The teacher says that something x something equals 16.
May said that 8x2=16 and Tom said that 4x4=16.
Answer: May and Tom are right.

Question: Is the answer an odd or even number? 9x9+9=?
Answer: The answer is an even number.

Question: Who is right?
The teacher says 9x6= 54
May says 9x6= 65
John says 9x6= 73
Amy says 9x6= 64

Answer: The teacher's answer is right.


Question: The teacher wants to divide 60 paperclips to 3 students. Each student must have a equal amount of pencils. How many pencils will each student get?
Answer: Each student will get 20 paperclips.

Question: True or False?
It is possible to divide 34 with 8.
Answer: False, it is not possible to divide 34 with 8.

Question: Does both numbers you divide with have to be an even number?
Answer: No, both numbers do not have to be an even number.

Question: The teacher says that 64 divided by 9 equals to 7. Is the teacher right or did the teacher make a mistake?
Answer: The teacher had made a mistake.

Question: True or false?
The quotient of 108 and 12 is 9.
Answer: True, the quotient of 108 and 12 is 9.


Question: What is the area of 2 halves, 4 wholes, and 4 quarters?
Answer: The area of 2 halves, 4 wholes, and 4 quarters is 6 square units.

Question: Mary wrote on her math test that 8 quarters, 6 halves, and 5 wholes equals to 11 square units. Did she get it right or wrong on her math test?
Answer: Mary got it wrong on her math test because it was supposed to be 10 square units.

Question: What two things do you multiply together when finding out the area?
a) length x length
b) width x width
c) length x width
Answer: You use length x width.

Question: The teacher has given an assignment on area. The teacher says that they have to find the area of 1 whole, 8 quarters, and 10 halves. What is the area of that shape?
Answer: 8 square units

Question: True or false?
The area of 100 wholes, 100 halves, and 9 quarters is equal to 152.1.

Answer: False


Question: Tom has a collection of 1050 tiny pebbles. He carry's them all to school everyday in a little box. One day, he drops 350 of the pebbles on the ground by accident when walking back home. How many pebbles are their left in his collection?
Answer: There are 700 pebbles left in his collection.

Question: The math teacher says that if you subtract an odd number with a odd number, you will always get a odd number. Is this true or false?
Answer: The answer is false.

Question: What is the answer to this equation?
Answer: The answer to the equation is 339.

Question: Mary tells the class that 355 is the answer to 500-45. John says it is true and Daisy says it's wrong. Who is right? John or Daisy?
Answer: Daisy is correct. 355 is not the answer to 500-45.

Question: Subtract 789 by 555. Is the difference/answer greater than 200?
Answer: The answer is greater than 200 because the answer is 234.


Question: When you add something, what is the answer called?
Answer: The answer is called the sum.

Question: Is this equation true? 550 + 350 = 950
Answer: This equation is not true because 550 + 350 = 900.

Question: Abby has a collection of 150 rocks. Mary has 155 more rocks. How many rocks does Mary have?
Answer: Mary has 305 rocks.

Question: Using mental math, add the following numbers together. 1500 + 1500 + 1500 = ? What is the sum(answer) of this equation?
Answer: The sum of this equation is 4,500.

Question: The teacher wants to know how many students will be attending sports day. 3 schools are going to attend the sports day event. Each school has 113 students attending. How many students are attending?
Answer: There are 339 because 113 + 113 + 113 = 339.