# Worksheet on Facts about Multiplication

Practice the worksheet on facts about multiplication. We know in multiplication, the number being multiplied is called the multiplicand and the number by which it is being multiplied is called the multiplier. This will help us to solve the given questions.

1. (i) In      2 4

× 5

1 2 0

24 is the _____

5 is the _____

120 is the _____

(ii) The answer of a multiplication sum is called the _____

(iii) In a multiplication sum if the multiplier is 0, the product will be _____

(iv) 1 time every number is the _____ itself.

(v) In _____ ×_____ =_____, the multiplicand, the multiplier and the product are the same numbers. What are the numbers?

[Hint: There can be only two such whole numbers.]

(vi) If 5 × 6 = 30 then _____ ÷ _____ = 5 and _____ ÷ _____ = 6

(vii) 12 × 15 = _____ × 12

(viii) 0 × 28 = 28 × _____

(ix) The _____ of 4 × 10 and 10 × 4 is the same

I. Count the groups and fill in the blanks:

3. Complete the multiplication facts:

(i) 1 × 8 = _____

(ii) 5 × 7 = _____

(iii) 6 × 9 = _____

(iv) 2 × 9 = _____

(v) 8 × _____ = 112

(vi) 3 × 5 = _____

(vii) 4 × 8 = _____

(viii) 7 × _____ = 49

(ix) 8 × 9 = _____

(x) 10 × _____ = 100

(xi) 4 × _____ = 24

(xii) 7 × 3 = _____

4. Use number line to find the product:

(i) 3 × 5 = …………

(ii) 8 × 4 = …………

5. Multiply and write the answer:

(i) 3 × 2 = …………

(ii) 4 × 5 = …………

(iii) 8 × 1 = …………

(iv) 8 × 2 = …………

(v) 8 × 3 = …………

(vi) 5 × 6 = …………

(vii) 7 × 4 = …………

(viii) 6 × 4 = …………

(ix)  5 × 2 = …………

(x) 7 × 3 = …………

(xi) 6 × 2 = …………

(xii) 9 × 4 = …………

6. Draw lines to match the following:

 a. 4 × 5b. 7 × 1c. 6 × 9d. 8 × 8e. 7 × 7f. 4 × 3g. 6 × 4 h. 5 × 3 (i) 54(ii) 12(iii) 20(iv) 15(v) 64(vi) 49(vii) 7 (viii) 24

7. Write the multiplication facts:

(i) 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = ………… × …………

(ii) 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = ………… × …………

(iii) 6 + 6 + 6 = ………… × …………

(iv) 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 = ………… × …………

(v) 9 + 9 = ………… × …………

Check the answers given below of the worksheet on facts about multiplication.

1. (i) multiplicand, multiplier, product

(ii) product

(iii) zero

(iv) number

(v) 1

(vi) 30 ÷ 6 = 5 and 30 ÷ 5 = 6

(vii) 15

(viii) 0

(ix) product

2. (i) 6 × 3; 18

(ii) 5 × 4; 20

(iii) 4 × 3; 12

(iv) 2 × 5; 10

3. (i) 8

(ii) 35

(iii) 54

(iv) 18

(v) 14

(vi) 15

(vii) 32

(viii) 7

(ix) 72

(x) 10

(xi) 6

(xii) 21

4. (i) 15

(ii) 32

5. (i) 6

(ii) 20

(iii) 8

(iv) 16

(v) 24

(vi) 30

(vii) 28

(viii) 24

(ix) 10

(x) 721

(xi) 12

(xii) 36

6. a  (iii)

(vii)

(i)

(v)

(vi)

(ii)

(viii)

(iv)

7. (i) 4 × 2

(ii) 4 × 5

(iii) 3 × 6

(iv) 6 × 3

(v) 2 × 9

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