Practice Test on Multiplication



In math practice test on multiplication, the questions are based on finding the product using the expanded notation method, using the column method find the products and multiplication word problems. Multiplication practice test will help the students to get more confident before the test.


A. Find the product using expanded notation method: 

(a) 68 × 7 

(b) 93 × 4 

(c) 179 × 5 

(d) 184 × 9 

(e) 3654 × 6 

(f) 2965 × 8 



B. Find the product using the column method: 


(a) 684 × 32

(b) 425 × 43

(c) 452 × 145

(d) 213 × 243

(e) 721 × 325

(f) 2436 × 36

(g) 3812 × 47

(h) 5642 × 28

(I) 2842 × 231

(j) 4218 × 204

(k) 1324 × 320

(I) 3450 × 109


C. Questions on multiplication problems:

1. There are 28 girls in a class. Each girl has 14 crayons. How many crayons are there altogether?

2. What is 24 lots of 18?

3. In one evening, a cinema sold 346 tickets at $125 each. How much money is received from the sale of tickets?

4. If you do 25 sums a day, how many sums would you have done after 28 days?

5. A car park can fit 65 rows of cars with 51 in each row. Find the number of cars that can fit into the car park.

6. How many hours are there in the month of January?

7. A fruit picker can harvest 56 boxes of mangoes in one hour. If she works for 8 hours a day for 21 days, how many boxes will she fill?

8. A group of 1158 students and 5 teachers went to a museum. The entry ticket was $ 10 for students and $ 15 for teachers. What was the amount paid for the tickets?


Answers for the practice test on multiplication are given below to check exact answers of the above questions.

Answers:

A. (a) 476

(b) 372

(c) 895

(d) 1656

(e) 21924

(f) 32720


B. (a) 21888

(b) 18275

(c) 65540

(d) 51759

(e) 234325

(f) 87696

(g) 179164

(h) 157976

(i) 656502

(j) 860472

(k) 423680

(l) 376050


C. 1. 192 crayons

2. 432

3. 43.25 cars

4. 700 sums

5. $3315

6. 651 hours

7. 9408 boxes

8. $1655









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