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Practice - Multiplication and Division - 09

Hey there, super students! Ready to take on the world of numbers, multiplication, and division? This quiz will be chock-full of challenges to test your mathematical muscle! Crack out your thinking caps and help us solve puzzles involving weights, measures, and even currency. Remember, practise makes perfect so let's dive in. Good luck, students!
Question 1
What is 15 divided by 5?
2
3
5
7
Dividing '15' by '5' gives the answer '3'.
Question 2
Tom has 12 pence and wants to buy sweets that cost 3 pence each. How many sweets can Tom buy?
2 sweets
3 sweets
4 sweets
5 sweets
Dividing the total amount Tom has (12) by the cost of each sweet (3) gives the number of sweets he can buy (4).
Question 3
20 divided by 4 equals what?
4
5
6
7
When you divide '20' by '4' you will get '5'.
Question 4
If you have 3 packets of crisps and each packet contains 2 crisps, how many crisps do you have?
4 crisps
6 crisps
8 crisps
10 crisps
Multiplying the number of packets (3) by the number of crisps in each packet (2) gives the total number of crisps (6).
Question 5
12 divided by 3 equals what?
3
4
5
6
Dividing '12' by '3' provides the answer '4'.
Question 6
6 multiplied by 3 equals what?
9
18
21
24
Multiplying '6' by '3' provides the answer '18'.
Question 7
Each apple weighs 50 grams. How much do 4 apples weigh?
100 grams
150 grams
200 grams
250 grams
Multiplying the weight of one apple (50g) by the number of apples (4) gives the total weight (200g).
Question 8
What is 5 times 2?
7
10
12
15
When you multiply '5' by '2' you will get '10'.
Question 9
What is 8 times 2?
10
12
14
16
Multiplying '8' by '2' gives the answer '16'.
Question 10
If you have 2 bottles of water and each bottle has 500 ml of water, how much water do you have in total?
500 ml
750 ml
1000 ml
1500 ml
Multiplying the quantity in each bottle (500 ml) by the number of bottles (2) gives the total quantity (1000 ml). 1000 ml is 1 litre.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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