Lesson Worksheet: Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, and 1,000 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice multiplying and dividing whole numbers by 10, 100, and 1,000 and using place value tables to investigate the patterns in the number of zeros.


If the number 2,380 is divided by 10, the digit 8 will end up in the place.

  • Ahundreds
  • Bthousands
  • Cten thousands
  • Dtens
  • Eones


Find 569×1,000.


Matthew finds that when multiplying 685 by 10, every digit moves one place to the left to give 6,850. Using the same concept, find 231×100.


Matthew finds that when 320 is divided by 10, its digits move one place to the right to give 32. Using the same concept, find 45,600÷100.


The Ministry of Education bought 100 computers for 598,750 LE. How much did each computer cost?


If the number 37,140 is divided by 10, the digit 1 will end up in the place.

  • Aones
  • Btens
  • Cten thousands
  • Dthousands
  • Ehundreds


A vehicle uses 856.7 liters of gas to travel 1,000 kilometers. How many liters of gas will be used on a journey of 100 kilometers?

  • A14,330 liters
  • B756,700 liters
  • C85.67 liters
  • D8,567 liters


Fill in the blank: When 4,562 is multiplied by 100, the digit 6 will be in the place.

  • Atens
  • Bten thousands
  • Cthousands
  • Dhundreds
  • Ehundred thousands


Find 459,000÷1,000.


Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 71×1,000660×100.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

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