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Multiplication and division are easier if you know your times tables. You can practice them by playing our Elementary school Times Tables Quizzes. However you still need other strategies to multiply numbers and to divide them. Some problems can be made simpler, for example to multiply 7 by 9 just multiply it by 10 and take 7 away. That makes it much easier to work out.

Take this quiz to find out how good your strategies are when multiplying or dividing numbers.

1.

Which number sentence is incorrect?

12 x 4 = 48

4 x 12 = 48

48 ÷ 12 = 4

12 ÷ 4 = 48

12 ÷ 4 = 3 not 48!

2.

A tower is 4 bricks tall; how many bricks in a tower 3 times taller?

1

3

12

15

4 x 3 = 12

3.

500 ÷ 10 = ?

5

50

250

5,000

To divide a number by 10 move the decimal point one place to the left

4.

What number do you get if you double 35?

60

70

80

90

35 x 2 = 70

5.

What number do you get if you double 18?

36

38

40

42

Remember that double is the same as multiply by 2

6.

What number do I get if I share 45 between 5?

4

5

9

10

Share is another way of saying divide

7.

How many 6s in 18?

2

3

5

6

18 ÷ 6 = 3

8.

30 x 4 = ?

12

60

120

150

If you know 3 x 4 is 12 then just multiply by 10

9.

What happens when a number is multiplied by 1?

The number is doubled

The number does not change

The number is halved

The digit moves one place to the right

A number does not change when it is divided by 1 either

10.

How do we calculate double a number?

Multiply by 10

Divide by 2

Multiply by 2

Divide by 3

Double means the same as x 2

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