# Lesson Worksheet: Multiples Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice finding positive multiples of whole numbers.

**Q3: **

The first five multiples of 4 are 4, 8, 12, 16, and 20.

What are the first five multiples of 9?- A10, 11, 12, 13, and 14
- B9, 18, 27, 36, and 45
- C18, 27, 45, 54, and 63
- D9, 12, 24, 27, and 30
- E54, 63, 72, 81, and 90

**Q5: **

Fill in the blanks with two consecutive multiples of 10 that satisfy .

- A80, 90
- B10, 70
- C35, 40
- D70, 80

**Q6: **

Which of the following is a multiple of 9?

- A32
- B64
- C48
- D18
- E24

**Q7: **

Which of the following are multiples of 2 that are between 6 and 16?

- A6, 10, 12
- B12, 14, 16
- C10, 12, 14
- D4, 10, 12
- E8, 14, 18

**Q8: **

Fill in the blank: 40 is a of 4.

- Afactor
- Bmultiple

**Q9: **

The number of coloured blocks is between 34 and 68 is also a multiple of 17. How many coloured blocks are there?

**Q11: **

The number of books in a library is between 56 and 70 and is a multiple of both 2 and 4. Which of the following is a possible number of books in the library?

- A80
- B48
- C30
- D8
- E64

**Q12: **

What number is a multiple of all whole numbers?

**Q13: **

What is a multiple of a number?

- Athe total amount of that number and a whole number
- Bany number that is taken away from the whole number
- Cseparating the whole number into parts
- Dany number that divides it with no remainder
- Eany product of that number and a whole number

**Q14: **

Michael has blocks in three colors. The blue blocks are 1 cm high, the red blocks are 2 cm high, and the green blocks are 3 cm high.

He builds a tower using blocks of the same color. The tower is 15 cm high. What color could his tower be?- AOnly red
- BBlue or red
- CRed or green
- DBlue or green

**Q15: **

Is 56 a multiple of 6?

- ANo
- BYes

**Q16: **

Is 21 a multiple of 7?

- ANo
- BYes

**Q17: **

Complete the following: As , then 30 is a multiple of 6 and .

- A6, 6, 6
- B7 , 6, 7
- C4, 6, 4
- D5, 6, 5

**Q18: **

Anthony is investigating multiples of nine:

When he looked at the first 5 numbers in the pattern, he noticed something about the sum of the digits of each number. What is it?

- AThe sum is always 9.
- BThe sum increases by 2 each time.
- CThe sum increases by 1 each time.
- DThe sum decreases by 1 each time.
- EThe sum decreases by 2 each time.

Continue writing numbers in the pattern. What is the first multiple of 9 you get to whose sum does **not** fit this pattern?

What is special about the sum of the digits of **any** multiple of 9?

- AThe sum is always 9.
- BThe sum is a multiple of 18.
- CThe sum is always 18.
- DThe sum is a multiple of 9.

**Q19: **

Which two of these numbers are multiples of 6?

- A14 and 38
- B2 and 6
- C2 and 26
- D26 and 38
- E6 and 30

**Q20: **

Which of these numbers is NOT a multiple of 8?

**Q21: **

Which number is a multiple of 7?

**Q22: **

Find all the multiples of 5 up to and including 60.

- A
- B
- C
- D

**Q23: **

Are all the factors of 35 factors of 210?

- AYes
- BNo

**Q24: **

Which of the following pairs of numbers are two multiples of 10, one less than and the other greater than 66?

- A63, 74
- B73, 2
- C60, 10
- D60, 100

**Q25: **

Sophia investigated multiples of 3.

Multiple of 3 | 6 | 15 | 30 | 54 | 69 | 75 | 81 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Sum of Digits | 6 | 6 | 3 | 9 | 15 | 12 | 9 |

She noticed a pattern. Use it to answer these questions.

Which of these is definitely **not** a multiple of 3?

Which of these is definitely **not** a multiple of 3?