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# Practice - Multiplication and Division - 02

Hello! Welcome to our Multiplication and Division Quiz. It's time to dive into a mathematical adventure! This fun quiz has ten intriguing questions for you to conquer. Think you know your multiplication and division skills well? Let's put your knowledge to test and see if you're as maths-smart as you think you are! No rush - take your time, think carefully, and most importantly, have fun!
Question 1
If Mum uses 35 oranges to make 5 cups of orange juice, how many oranges does she use for one cup?
8
7
6
9
If Mum uses 35 oranges for 5 cups, then for one cup she uses 35 divided by 5, which is 7 oranges.
Question 2
What is 7 x 3?
21
24
28
30
The multiplication of 7 x 3 results in 21. Keep practising your multiplication tables daily.
Question 3
What is 6 multiplied by 6?
30
32
36
42
Multiplying 6 by 6 gives you 36. Remember, a perfect square like 36 is the result when a number multiplies by itself.
Question 4
What is 8 x 2?
9
18
20
16
Multiplying 8 x 2 equals 16. Continue practising your times tables, they come up a lot in maths.
Question 5
If you divide 40 pence equally among 4 children, how much does each child receive?
12 pence
10 pence
5 pence
15 pence
If you divide 40 pence by 4 children, each child gets 10 pence. Dividing money can be fun and educational too.
Question 6
If there are 20 apples and you distribute them evenly among 5 friends, how many apples does each friend get?
6
4
5
3
When you divide 20 apples by 5 friends, each friend gets 4 apples. Division is about sharing things evenly.
Question 7
70 divided by 10 is?
10
8
7
9
When you divide 70 by 10, you get 7. Division is like splitting a big quantity into smaller, even groups.
Question 8
What is 4 multiplied by 5?
15
20
25
30
When you multiply 4 x 5, you get 20. Multiplication is just like adding the same number multiple times.
Question 9
What is 2 multiplied by 9?
16
18
20
22
When you multiply 2 x 9, you get 18. Multiplication means you're adding the same number over and over.
Question 10
What is the result when you divide 64 by 8?
8
12
9
10
If you divide 64 by 8, you get 8. Divide large numbers into equal smaller parts to understand division better.
Author:  Graeme Haw