Word Problems on Multiplication by 2-Digit Number

We will learn how to solve the word problems on multiplication by 2-digit number. Here we will apply the same process when we multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number.

Solved examples:

1. There are 15 pencils in one packet. A shopkeeper has 60 such packets in his shop. How many pencils does he have in his shop?

Number of pencils in one packet = 15

Number of packets in the shop = 60

Therefore, total number of pencils in the shop = 60 × 15

                                                                   = 900 pencils

2. A garland has 32 flowers. How many flowers are there in 45 such garland?

Number of flowers in a garland = 32

Number of garlands = 45 

Therefore, total number of flowers in 45 garlands = 45 × 32

                                                                        = 1440 flowers


3. There were 12 pencils in one packet. A shopkeeper has 98 such packets in h shop. How many pencils does he have in his shop?

Solution:

Number of packets in the shop = 98

Number of pencils in one packet = 12




Total number of pencils in the shop = 1176

    Th         T     O  

                    9     8

             ×     1     2

              1     9     6

              9     8     0

       1     1     7     6


Worksheet on Word Problems on Multiplication by 2-Digit Number:

1. A car can carry 6 people. How many people can 14 cars carry?

Answer: 84


2. There are 21 erasers in one box. How many erasers are there in 49 boxes?

Answer: 1,029


3. One classroom has 84 chairs. How many chairs will 12 classrooms have?

Answer: 1,008


4. One truck can carry 222 bags of cement. How many bags of cement can 20 such trucks carry?

Answer: 4,440


5. One box contains 144 oranges. How many oranges do 57 boxes contain?

Answer: 8,208


6. There are 36 seats in one row. How many seats will there be in 33 rows?

Answer: 1,188


7. One packet contains 235 toffees. How many toffees 11 packets contain?

Answer: 2,585


8. One book has 372 pages. How many pages will 25 books have?

Answer: 9,300


9. Ajay earns 285 in a day. How much does he earn in 26 days?

Answer: 7,410


10. A basket contains 145 apples. How many apples are there in 8 such baskets?

Answer: 1,160


11. There are 136 trees in a row. How many trees are there in 46 rows?

Answer: 6,256


12. The capacity of a movie theater is 238 seats. If there were 28 full house shows in a week. How many people watched the movie?

Answer: 6,664


13. The price of a book is 232. Find the price of 42 such books?

Answer: 9,744


14. There are 116 beads in a chain. How many beads will be required to make 21 chains?

Answer: 2,436



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