# Multiplying whole numbers L1

### Description

The “grid” method Use place value to break or partition each number in the multiplication into different parts. The “traditional, column” method Write each number, one below another, with digits of the same place value lined up, and use long multiplication.
Quiz by Lee Holness, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Lee Holness almost 9 years ago
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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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Work out 8 × 6 × 5 =
• 240
• 245

### Question 2

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School meals cost £3.00 a day. How much will it cost a student to have school meals for four weeks?
• £60
• £84

### Question 3

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Photocopier paper costs £8 per box. How much do ten boxes cost?
• £88
• £80

### Question 4

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Potatoes cost 72 pence per kilogram. A cook buys a 50 kg sack of potatoes. How much does he have to pay?
• £36
• £37

### Question 5

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Fifteen friends each put in £100 to buy a birthday present. How much can they spend on the present?
• £5000
• £1500

### Question 6

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Twenty charity workers each raise £200. How much do they raise in total?
• £400
• £4000

### Question 7

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Carol earns £2000 per month as a part-time store manager. How much does she earn in one year?
• £20000
• £24000

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