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In a jar of 120 candies, one in every six candies is orange flavored.

# Numbers - Fractions - Multiplication and Division

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Multiplication (or 'times') and division of fractions is an important subject in Math and you will come across fractions not only in your lessons but in everyday life too.

Practice your numbers skills in the following quiz on multiplication and division of fractions.

1.
In a jar of 120 candies, one in every six candies is orange flavored. If half the orange candies are eaten, what fraction of the candies is left?
56
34
1112
910
16 of 120 is 20, so 10 are eaten, leaving 110. 110120 = 1112
2.
A piece of copper wire is 723m long. What is the total length of three of these wires?
2238
23
2413
26
3.
What is 1/9 x 3/5?
1/12
1/14
1/15
1/18
4.
Daniel is making pancakes. Each pancake uses 18 of a liter of batter. How much batter is used if Daniel makes 20 pancakes?
212 liters
234 liters
313 liters
413 liters
I'll have lemon and sugar on mine please!
5.
What is 310 ÷ 625?
1
114
112
134
To divide by a fraction, invert and multiply: 3/10 ÷ 6/25 = 3/10 x 25/6. Use this method whenever you have to divide by fractions
6.
14,000 fans attended the soccer match yesterday. 6/7 of them wore scarves. How many were without scarves?
2,000
4,000
8,000
10,000
6/7 of 14,000 = 12,000, therefore 2,000 were without scarves
7.
What is 234 ÷ 418?
1/3
1/2
2/3
3/4
8.
What is 914 ÷ 112?
1/7
2/7
3/7
5/7
To divide by a fraction, invert and multiply
9.
What is 214 x 215?
2310
3510
41920
512
10.
What is 3/8 of £48.00?
£6.00
£10.00
£14.00
£18.00
Rewrite the question as 3/8 x 48. 48 / 8 = 6, 6 x 3 = 18, therefore the answer is £18.00
Author:  Frank Evans