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Practice - Multiplication and Division - 10

Hello all you brilliant Number Crunchers! Ready to put your multiplication and division knowledge to the test? This quiz is full of problems that will help you practise your skills. Don't worry if you get stumped, we've included helpful hints to guide you along the way. Remember, maths is not about speed, but understanding. Good luck!
1.
What is 12 x 15?
120
225
180
300
You can calculate this quickly if you remember 12 x 10 is 120 and 12 x 5 is 60. Add them together to get 180.
2.
If a necklace is priced at £90 and it's on sale at 50%, how much will it now cost?
£45
£65
£30
£40
50% is the same as a half. To find 50% of a quantity, you divide it by 2. £90 divided by 2 is £45.
3.
What is 27 divided by 3?
9
8
7
6
27 divided by 3 is 9. You can think of this as reversing the multiplication fact 3 x 9 = 27.
4.
What is 48 divided by 6?
6
7
8
9
48 divided by 6 equals 8. You can think of this as reversing the multiplication fact 6 x 8 = 48.
5.
What is 12 of 50?
20
25
30
35
To find 1?2 of a number you divide the number by 2. Hence, 50 divided by 2 equals 25.
6.
You have 36 sweets and want to divide them equally among 4 friends. How many sweets will each friend get?
6
9
8
7
36 sweets divided by 4 friends equals 9 sweets per friend.
7.
What is 11 x 10?
100
110
120
130
11 times 10 equals 110. Multiplying by 10 simply adds a 0 to the end of the number.
8.
What is 81 divided by 9?
9
10
8
7
81 divided by 9 gives 9. You can think of this as reversing the multiplication fact 9 x 9 = 81.
9.
What is 7 x 8?
42
54
56
60
7 times 8 equals 56. This is one of the multiplication facts you'll need to remember!
10.
In a class, each student gets 3 apples. If there are 25 students, how many apples are needed?
75
50
100
60
To find out the total number of apples needed, multiply the number of students by the number of apples each student gets. Therefore, 3 x 25 = 75 apples.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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