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Level 3-4 Numbers - Multiplication and Division
A chocolate box cost £6.00. If there are 30 chocolates in the box, how much does each chocolate cost?

Level 3-4 Numbers - Multiplication and Division

Alright, let's talk about two superstars of maths - multiplication and division! After adding and subtracting, these are the cool moves everyone needs. To find the product of two numbers, just multiply them together. The numbers you can divide a number by are its factors, and there's a whole world of products, factors, and more waiting for you in KS3 Maths!

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1.
What is 123 x 123?
12,300
14,401
15,129
17,665
Both numbers end with a 3 and 3 x 3 = 9 so you know that the correct answer must end in a 9
2.
What is the remainder of 628 / 9?
7
10
13
17
628 / 9 = 69 with a leftover number of 7
3.
To get 250, what must 50 be multiplied by?
5
10
15
20
The easiest way to work this one out is to divide 250 by 50
4.
A chocolate box cost £6.00. If there are 30 chocolates in the box, how much does each chocolate cost?
2p
10p
20p
50p
£6.00 = 600p. 600 / 30 = 20
5.
What is 92 x 65 / 10?
500
550
598
600
92 x 65 / 10 is the same as 92 x 6.5
6.
Sam bought 4 boxes of chocolates at £6.00 each. How much did he spend altogether?
£12.00
£16.00
£20.00
£24.00
4 boxes at £6.00 each. 4 x 6 = 24
7.
What is the remainder of 75 / 4
2
3
5
9
18 x 4 = 72. 75 - 72 = 3
8.
A CD case holds 15 CDs. How many cases are needed to store 100 CDs?
5
6
7
8
15 x 6 = 90, but there are 10 CDs leftover - these will be stored in the seventh case.
9.
Delilah earns £8.40 an hour. If she works 40 hours a week, how much does she earn per week?
£300
£336
£380
£500
First multiply £8.40 x 4 to get £33.60 then multiply £33.60 x 10
10.
Sam buys 4 boxes of chocolates. Each box holds 30 chocolates. How many chocolates are there in total?
34
60
90
120
4 x 30 = 120
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Prime numbers, factors and multiples

Author:  Frank Evans

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