Worksheet: One-step Equations: Multiplication and Division
In this worksheet, we will practice writing and solving one-step multiplication and division equations in questions including word problems.
A car was traveling at a speed of 32 meters per second. At that rate, how long would it take for the car to cover a distance of 2,160 meters?
Is the equation true or false if ?
Given that 1 gallon equals 4 quarts, write and solve an equation to find the number of gallons, , in 68 quarts.
This piece of wrapping paper is too long.
Natalie wants to cut a piece which has an area of 40 cm2.
Write an equation that describes how to find the length of the piece. Use for the length.
The equation shows the total cost of a trip to the movies in relation to the number of people that attend. If a trip cost $60, how many people attended?
A plank of wood is 120 inches long. Knowing that there are 12 inches in 1 foot, solve the equation to find , the plank’s length in feet.
If and , what is the value of ?
In the equation , the independent variable represents the total number of paintings that Olivia can make in weeks. After 6 weeks, how many paintings will Olivia have made?
The equation shows the time, , in minutes, that it takes Amelia to run miles. How many minutes does it take her to run 3 miles?
The equation shows how the height, , of a species of bamboo increases after days. Given that the height is measured in centimeters, how much height does the bamboo gain in 5 days?
The equation represents the total number of golf balls that Daniel has in relation to the number of packets that he buys. If Daniel bought 3 new packets, how many golf balls would he have?
The equation shows the number of bags, , that Mia buys in relation to the number of shoes, , that she buys. If Mia bought 4 bags, how many shoes did she buy?
If , what is the value of ?
Determine whether the following statement is true or false: Whatever number you pick, if you multiply both sides of an equation by that number, the solution set remains the same.
The equation can be solved using the area model of multiplication as shown.
The next step to solve the equation is represented by the diagram.
Which of the following calculations is used to find the missing number?
Now we can use the following diagram to find the value of .
The equation shows the relation between the number of cows, , that Matthew has and the number of bags of feed, , that he needs. If he needs 8 bags of feed, how many cows does he have?