Welcome to the exciting world of multiplication and division! This fun-filled quiz is designed to help you test your skills and dig deeper into the magical world of numbers. So, are you ready to challenge yourself? Then put on your thinking cap and let's dive right in!

1.

A cake recipe calls for ^{1}⁄_{2} a cup of milk. How many cups of milk are needed for 8 cakes?

2 cups

4 cups

6 cups

8 cups

2.

What is 49 divided by 7?

10

9

8

7

7 multiplied by 7 gives 49; therefore, 49 divided by 7 is 7.

3.

I bought 8 oranges and each orange cost 12p. How much did all the oranges cost me?

96p

88p

84p

80p

To find the cost of the oranges, we need to multiply the number of oranges (8) by the cost of each orange (12p), which gives us 96p.

4.

A box of chocolates contains 48 chocolates. If they are shared amongst friends, and each friend gets 6 chocolates, how many friends are there?

6

8

10

12

If there are 48 chocolates and we're giving each friend 6 chocolates, then we can divide 48 by 6 to find the number of friends, which is 8.

5.

What is 7 multiplied by 8?

56

60

66

72

Multiplication is repeated addition. So, if we add 7 eight times, we get 56.

6.

What is the result of 3 multiplied by 6, divided by 2, and then multiplied by 5?

90

80

45

30

Following the order of operation rules, we first multiply 3 by 6 to get 18, then divide by 2 to get 9, and then multiply by 5 to get 45.

7.

What is the result of 35 divided by 5?

5

6

7

8

35 divided by 5 equals 7.

8.

If a flower pot costs £3, how much will 4 pots cost?

£12

£7

£15

£10

If one pot costs £3, then 4 pots will cost 4 times as much, which is £12.

9.

Jane has 5 bags of marbles. Each bag contains 26 marbles. How many marbles does Jane have in total?

130

120

150

100

If we multiply the number of marble bags (5) by the number of marbles in each bag (26), we get the total number of marbles (130).

10.

How many times can you subtract 5 from 45?

6

9

8

7

This is a division problem in disguise. If we divide 45 by 5, the answer is 9.

^{1}⁄_{2}a cup of milk, 8 versions would require 8 times that amount, which is 4 cups.