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Worksheet: Multiplication and Division Facts for Numbers up to 5

Q1:

9 children want to play a game. They need to be in teams of 2. Find how many teams of 2 there will be and whether any student will be left out.

  • A4 teams, no one left out
  • B5 teams, one left out
  • C5 teams, no one left out
  • D4 teams, one left out

Q2:

87 children want to play a game. They need to be in teams of 2. Find how many teams of 2 there will be and whether any student will be left out.

  • A43 teams, no one left out
  • B42 teams, one left out
  • C42 teams, no one left out
  • D43 teams, one left out

Q3:

How many twos are there in 282?

Q4:

The product of two numbers is 15. One of the numbers is 5. What is the other number?

  • A8
  • B5
  • C2
  • D3

Q5:

A restaurant serves an average of 26 meals an hour. If this pattern continues, how many meals will be served between 8:00 am and noon?

Q6:

João bought 5 bottles of oil for 6 LE each and 3 bars of chocolate for 2 LE each. How much did João pay in total?

Q7:

A child gets 7 pounds every week from their parents. How much do they get in 5 weeks?

  • A 3 0 p o u n d s
  • B 7 p o u n d s
  • C 2 8 p o u n d s
  • D 3 5 p o u n d s
  • E 4 0 p o u n d s

Q8:

The table shows how many pieces of candy a group of friends won at a school fair.

Name Ethan Benjamin Noah Daniel Anthony David
Pieces of Candy 15 5 12 6 10 20

Use the table to decide if these statements are true or false.

Noah won 2 times as many pieces of candy than Daniel.

  • Atrue
  • Bfalse

Ethan won 5 more pieces of candy than Anthony.

  • Atrue
  • Bfalse

David won 4 more pieces of candy than Benjamin.

  • Atrue
  • Bfalse