# Worksheet: Multiplication and Division Facts up to 10

Q1:

Find the missing numbers.

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So, .

Also, .

Q2:

What is ?

Q3:

Calculate .

Q4:

Complete the operation below.

Q5:

Complete the operation below.

Q6:

Find the missing quotient:

Hint: .

Q7:

Complete:

Q8:

Find the missing quotient:

Q9:

Complete:

Q10:

Complete:

Q11:

Which of the following describes how to share 30 flowers equally among three people?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q12:

Find the number that, when multiplied by 10, results in 80.

Q13:

A piece of land was divided equally among 9 farmers. Given that the area of the land was 81 feddans, find the share of each farmer.

Q14:

A girl at a stable was counting the legs of the horses. She counted 72 legs. Use the division symbol to write an expression for the number of horses.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q15:

A fisherman has 24 fish. If he distributes them equally among 6 bowls, how many fish will be in each bowl?

Q16:

A girl has 42 flowers to put into vases. She wants to put 6 flowers in each vase. How many vases does she need?

• A vases
• B vases
• C vases
• D vases

Q17:

Gary’s foot is 9 inches long. If a doorway is 63 inches wide, how many footprints can Gary make in that doorway?

Q18:

A restaurant serves an average of 10 meals an hour. If this pattern continues, how many meals will be served between 8:00 am and noon?

Q19:

Rebecca and Molly were looking through photos from their summer vacation. Molly says, “You have taken 8 times as many as me.” How many photos did Molly take if Rebecca took ?

Q20:

Find the problem that can be solved by the multiplication equation .

• ACassandra put 12 beads on a string to make a bracelet. Then, she made a necklace which had 8 times as many beads as the bracelet. How many beads did she use to make the necklace?
• BCassandra put 12 beads on a string to make a bracelet. Then, she made a necklace, which had 8 more beads than the bracelet. How many beads did she use to make the necklace?

Q21:

It costs \$11 to enter a carnival, and each game costs \$4 to play. If a person has \$35, how many games can the person play?

Q22:

One alarm clock rings every 8 hours and another rings every 9 hours. They both ring together at 12 o’clock. In how many hours will they ring together again?