# Practice Test on Multiplication and Division

Math practice test on multiplication and division will help us to refresh our learning once again by practicing this sheet. Children can warm up before exam or test on how to find the product, quotient and remainder.

A. Find the product:

(a) 37 × 8

(b) 82 × 7

(c) 416 × 4

(d) 541 × 7

(e) 53 × 17

(f) 45 × 23

B. Find the quotient and remainder:

(a) 47 ÷ 8

(b) 57 ÷ 9

(c) 155 ÷ 2

(d) 358 ÷ 4

(e) 879 ÷ 7

(f) 896 ÷ 8

C. At the end of the school year, all the children of Ron's school collected their books to be given to needy students.
Ron is helping to stack books in the store room. Read each statement and circle the correct maths fact to go with it.

Calculate the answer and write it:

1. Ron piled the class IV maths books into 8 stacks of 6 each. How many maths books did he put on the shelf?

(a) 8 + 6

(b) 7 × 8

(c) 9 × 5

(d) 8 × 6

2. He piled the class III English Reader into 9 stacks of 5 each. How many English Readers did he put on the shelf?

(a) 9 × 5

(b) 5 + 9

(c) 9 × 8

(d) 8 × 5

3. He organized the class V social studies books into 8 stacks of 7 books each. How many social studies books are those?

(a) 7 + 8

(b) 8 × 7

(c) 9 × 8

(d) 8 × 5

4. The store keeper removed 9 of the class V social studies books because they were torn. How many social studies books were left?

(a) 9 + 9

(b) 56 - 9

(c) 8 × 9

(d) 6 + 9

5. The class 1 math books were put into 8 neat stacks of 8 books each. How many class 1 math books were there?

(a) 8 + 8

(b) 8 × 8

(c) 8 + 9

(d) 7 × 8

6. There were 32 English Readers given by class II students. Show how he could stack these books in even piles.

(a) 6 × 6

(b) 7 × 9

(c) 8 × 4

(d) 8 × 3

7. The store room had 15 shelves. Each shelf can hold a maximum of 60 books. How many books can go on the shelves?

(a) 30 × 60

(b) 15 + 60

(c) 15 × 60

(d) 60 × 60

Answers for the practice test on multiplication and division are given below so that students can check the exact answers of the above questions on multiplication and division.

A. (a) 296

(b) 574

(c) 1664

(d) 3787

(e) 901

(f) 1035

B. (a) quotient = 5 and remainder = 7

(b) quotient = 6 and remainder = 3

(c) quotient = 77 and remainder = 1

(d) quotient = 89 and remainder = 2

(e) quotient = 125 and remainder = 4

(f) quotient = 109 and remainder = 4

C. 1. 8 × 6 = 48

2. 9 × 5 = 45

3. 8 × 7 = 56

4. 56 - 9 = 47

5. 8 × 8 = 64

6. 8 × 4 = 32

7. 15 × 60 = 900

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