# Natural numbers + multiplication - practice problems

#### Number of problems found: 415

- Divide 46

Divide 1111 in the ratio of 8:3 . - Make a number

How can 8,2,5, and 6 make 24? - The number 88

Write 88 as a product of prime factors. - Evaluate 36

If a = 8 and b = 4, evaluate the following expression: 2 a − 3 b

- 50 people

Fifty people went to a play. 3/5 of the people stayed until the end. How many people are left? - In Paris

In Paris, TX, there are approximately 25,000 people. Of those people, 1/4 are under the age of 18. How many people are under the age of 18? - Maddie

Maddie has 180 coins. Of these coins, 1/12 are dimes. About how many dimes does she have? - Cakes 6

If each of the 7 cakes is cut into eighths, how many pieces will be there? - Pictures cards

Tom had 25 picture cards. He gave 2/5 of them to his friends. How many cards did Tom give to his friends?

- You have 3

You have the numbers 4,2, and 8. Use the numbers to make a calculation so that the answer is 40= - There 34

There were 90 children at the birthday party. If 3/5 of them were boys, how many were girls? - Lucas

Lucas is trying to find 6×15. He knows that 3×15=45. He also knows that 6=2×3. How can Lucas use 3×15 to help him find 6×15? - Evaluate 32

Evaluate the following expression: 18 * (1 + 9³) - 3 + (20/2) 18 times (1 + 9 to the 3rd power) minus 3 plus (20 divided by 2) - In 2014

In 2014, the average attendance per game for a football team was about (1 × 104) + (9 × 103) + (9 × 102). What is this number in standard form?

- Write 9

Write the numbers given in the place value table in decimal form. Hundreds Tens. Ones. Tenths. 6. 1. 5. 4 8. 3. 2. 5 7. 9. 0. 3 1. 0. 3. 1 4. 8. 0. 7 - Rahul

Rahul reads 1/5 of a book on the first day and 3/10 of the remaining book on the second day. If the book has 500 pages, then how many pages are left unread? - Mrs. Susan 2

Mrs. Susan received a shipment of 60 novelty baseball caps. Of the caps, 1/3 had bug antennae, 2/5 had moose antlers, and the rest had plastic propellers. How many of the caps had plastic propellers? - Evaluate with brackets

Find the Error - tell what the mistake is 6[(4 + 9) - 32] ÷ 2 6[13-32]÷2 6[13-9]÷2 6[9]÷2 6[4.5] 27 - Library 4

Library A has a total collection of 250 books. Library B has 100 more books than Library A, and Library C has twice as many books as the combined number of books in Library A and B. What is the total number of books in libraries A, B and C?

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