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Tables will be useful in this quiz - times tables that is!

Multiples 3 (Very Easy)

You have made it to the third of our Eleven Plus maths quizzes on Multiples. Multiples are one of the easiest things in maths – as long as you know your times tables that is! In this quiz we have a mix of questions: finding common multiples between numbers, spotting the odd man out, and some facts about multiples.

The easiest way to work out multiples is to learn your times tables by heart. For example, if you know your 6 times table you will be able to spot instantly which number does not belong in this list: 12, 18, 24, 37, 42.

I hope you spotted that 37 is not a multiple of 6! See how simple it is? Now try your hand at this quiz. Take your time and don’t rush to answer the questions – some of them are not as easy as the example I gave, and you may have to give your brain cells some exercise! Good luck.

1.
Which of the four choices is a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
6, 4, 12
48
66
74
88
66 isn’t divisible by 4 or 12, 74 isn’t divisible by 4 or 6, while 88 isn’t divisible by 6 or 12
2.
Which of the four choices is NOT a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
2, 5, 7
210
140
70
35
This one was particularly easy, as long as you can spot odd numbers: 35 is not divisible by 2
3.
Which of the following sets of numbers is made up of multiples of 7?
14, 35, 56, 98
7, 28, 43, 70
21, 33, 49, 63
7, 35, 63, 82
43, 33, and 82 do not appear in the 7 times table
4.
Which of the four choices is NOT a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
3, 6, 8
24
36
48
72
36 is not divisible by 8
5.
A number is a multiple of 5 if …?
The sum of all digits is divisible by 5
The number is even
It ends with a 0 or a 5
The number is odd
If a number ends with a 5 or a 0 then it will be found in the 5 times table
6.
Which of the four choices is a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
3, 6, 9, 12
36
48
60
84
All the incorrect answers are not divisible by 9
7.
How many multiples does the number 11 have?
10
100
1,000
An infinite amount
Every number has an infinite amount of multiples – doh!
8.
Which of the four choices is NOT a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
1, 2, 3, 5
30
45
60
90
45 is not an even number, so you should have spotted straight away that it must be the odd man out
9.
Which of the four choices is a multiple of ALL the numbers given?
4, 7, 8
28
32
56
64
28 isn't divisible by 8, while 64 and 32 aren’t divisible by 7
10.
Which of the following numbers is NOT a multiple of 13?
78
92
104
117
This one might have been tricky – not many of us know our 13 times table!
Author:  Frank Evans

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