Worksheet: Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice multiplying a proper fraction by a whole number using models and calculating the product by multiplying the numerator by the whole number.

Q1:

Olivia had 70 LE to spend at the market. She spent 25 of her money on meat and 15 of her money on vegetables. How much did she spend in total?

Q2:

Calculate 16×7.

  • A 1 4 2
  • B 1 1 7
  • C 6 7
  • D 1 1 3
  • E 1 1 6

Q3:

Victoria wants to finish 89 of a book by the end of this week. The book has 271 pages. About how many pages does she need to read to finish on time?

Q4:

Benjamin usually drinks at least eight glasses of water per day. About how many glasses of water would he drink if he drank 23 the number of glasses he usually drinks?

Q5:

A man had 600 LE that he shared between the members of his family. The table shows the fraction of the money each person received. How much money did he give Liam?

Family Members Liam Jennifer Elizabeth Natalie
Ratio 2 5 1 1 0 1 5 3 1 0

Q6:

The Tour de France is a cycling race through France that lasts 21 days. If a cyclist averages 104 miles per day, about how far does he travel?

Q7:

Calculate eleven-fourths of 1,000.

Q8:

Daniel is one-fourth the age of his father, and Michael’s age is three-quarters that of Daniel. Given that their father is 64 years old, find their ages.

  • ADaniel’s age = 16 years, Michael’s age = 12 years
  • BDaniel’s age = 16 years, Michael’s age = 48 years
  • CDaniel’s age = 12 years, Michael’s age = 16 years
  • DDaniel’s age = 48 years, Michael’s age = 16 years

Q9:

Find the equivalent to 110millionpounds.

Q10:

Calculate 47×5.

  • A 4 3 5
  • B 1 1 8
  • C 7 2 0
  • D 1 2 7
  • E 2 6 7

Q11:

Calculate 2×45.

  • A 2 1 2
  • B1
  • C 5 8
  • D 1 1 5
  • E 1 3 5

Q12:

Calculate 4×65.

  • A 3 1 3
  • B 1 2 3
  • C 5 2 4
  • D2
  • E 4 4 5

Q13:

The water level in Mason’s pond changes by 38 of an inch every two years. How much will the water level have changed after six years?

  • A 9 8 of an inch
  • B 1 8 of an inch
  • C 3 4 8 of an inch
  • D 1 8 8 of an inch

Q14:

A winemaker has produced 1,200 liters of wine. How many three-quarter-liter bottles will she need to bottle this production?

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