Multiplication And Division Quizzes & Trivia
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Quiz checking for proficiency in basic multiplication and division problemsolving.
Questions: 10  Attempts: 336  Last updated: Nov 24, 2014

Sample QuestionThe East Jackson Public Library celebrated Library Lovers Month by giving a book to each elementary student who read at least 10 books during the month. All together they had 175 members. At the end of the month, 59 students had read 10 or more books. At a cost of $8.34 per book, how much will it cost to give each of those students a book?
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Sample QuestionMarcus lived 1 mile from his friend Lucas. They come together and eat dinner together. Marcus eats 4 times as many mini corn dogs as Lucas. Lucas eats 5. How many mini corn dogs does Marcus eat?
Assesses and reinforces the student's understanding and skill with fraction arithmetic.
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Questions: 15  Attempts: 108  Last updated: Feb 12, 2013

Sample QuestionThe denominator (bottom) of a fraction tells you
Practice Quiz before "real" quiz
Questions: 8  Attempts: 1045  Last updated: Jan 21, 2019

Sample QuestionIf 54321 x 9876 = 536474196, what does 54.321 x 987.6 equal?
Solving one step equations  Multiplication and Division
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Questions: 25  Attempts: 139  Last updated: Apr 17, 2018

Sample QuestionWhat property of multiplication is shown in the number sentence 5 = 1 X 5?
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Questions: 5  Attempts: 54  Last updated: Jan 4, 2013

Sample QuestionA girl bought 2 apples and 3 oranges . They worth $4 and $6 respectively.How much does the girl needs to pay ?
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Questions: 26  Attempts: 37  Last updated: Dec 1, 2020