# Lesson Worksheet: Multiplication by 7 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling multiplication by 7 and completing the times table of 7 up to 10 × 7.

Q1:

This robot multiplies any input by 7 to get the output.

If we give the robot an input of 2, it will give an output of 14, which is . What will the output be if we input 5? What will the output be if we input 9? Q2:

A theater contains 70 chairs labeled from 1 to 70. If the last chair in the first row is labeled 7, use skip counting by 7 to find the label of the last chair in the second row.

Q3:

An exam contains 7 questions. If each question equals 2 points, what are the total points of that exam?

Q4:

We can skip count by sevens on a number chart to help us multiply by 7.

Skip counting by sevens
1234568910
111213151617181920
2223242526272930
313233343637383940
4143444546474850
515253545557585960
6162646566676869

Use skip counting to find.

Use skip counting to find.

Q5:

Fill in the blank: Dina reads 7 pages of a book daily. After 2 days, the total number of pages she read will be .

Q6:

Calculate .

Q7:

A ticket to enter the zoo is \$7. 3 people are waiting to buy tickets. How much will their tickets cost in total?

Q8:

Fill in the blank using the model: Having 2 baskets with 7 apples each is equal to having apples in total. Hint: Use multiplication by 7.

Q9:

Look at the table and answer the questions. What product is represented by ?

What product is represented by ?

What product is represented by ?

Q10:

To fill the multiplication wheel, we simply multiply the number in the center by the ones in the middle circle, then write the answers in the outer circle.

What is the number that replaces the question mark? What is the number that replaces the question mark? 