# Worksheet on Multiplying 1-Digit Numbers

Multiplication tables will help us to solve the worksheet on multiplying 1-digit numbers. The questions are based on multiplying one digit number and word problems on multiplying one digit number.

1. Fill up the gaps:

 (i) 9 × 7 = (ii) 8 × 8 = (iii) 6 × 5 = (iv) 4 × 4 = (v) 3 × 7 = (vi) 9 × 5 = (vii) 7 × 2 = (viii) 6 × 7 = (ix) 4 × 6 = (x) 2 × 5 = (xi) 9 × 3 = (xii) 7 × 3 = (xiii) 5 × 9 = (xiv) 4 × 8 = (xv) 2 × 0 = (xvi) 8 × 6 = (xvii) 7 × 8 = (xviii) 5 × 3 = (xix) 3 × 5 = (xx) 2 × 6 = (xxi) 8 × 9 = (xxii) 6 × 1 = (xxiii) 5 × 0 = (xxiv) 3 × 9 = (xxv) 2 × 8 = (xxvi) 0 × 1 =

2. How many hands do five boys have?

3. There are 3 heaps of 4 marbles each. How any marbles are there in all?

4. How many legs does a cow have? How many legs do four cows have?

5. How many wheels does a car have? How many wheels do five cars have?

6. There are seven days in a week. How any days are there in five weeks?

7. There are seven grapes in each of the 6 bunches. How many grapes are there in all the 6 bunches?

8. Find the product and write it in the gap as 5 × 9 = 45

9. How much is:

(i) 10 times 7

(ii) 9 times 2

(iii) 6 times 9

(iv) 5 times 8

(v) 8 times 5

(vi) 7 times 3

(vii) 2 times 9

(viii) 3 times 4

(ix) 4 times 7

10. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 9 × ___ = 90

(ii) ___ × 6 = 54

(iii) 7 × ___ = 35

(iv) 6 × 8 = ___

(v) 5 × 6 = ___

(vi) 3 × ___ = 27

(vii) ___ × 5 = 40

(viii) 8 × ___ = 0

Answers for the worksheet on multiplying 1-digit number are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on using the multiplication tables.

 1. (i) 63 (ii) 64 (iii) 30 (iv) 16 (v) 21 (vi) 45 (vii) 14 (viii) 42 (ix) 24 (x) 10 (xi) 27 (xii) 21 (xiii) 45 (xiv) 32 (xv) 0 (xvi) 48 (xvii) 56 (xviii) 15 (xix) 15 (xx) 12 (xxi) 72 (xxii) 6 (xxiii) 0 (xxiv) 27 (xxv) 16 (xxvi) 0

2. 10 hands

3. 12 marbles

4. 4 legs, 16 legs

5. 4 wheels, 20 wheels

6. 35 days

7. 42 grapes

8.

9. (i) 70

(ii) 18

(iii) 54

(iv) 40

(v) 40

(vi) 21

(vii) 18

(viii) 12

(ix) 28

10. (i) 10

(ii) 9

(iii) 5

(iv) 48

(v) 30

(vi) 9

(vii) 8

(viii) 0

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