# Multiplication of Numbers More Than One Digit

## Trending Questions

**Q.**There are 60 minutes in an hour. How many minutes are there in a day (24 hours)?

- 3500
- 1440
- 270
- 2700

**Q.**The weight of a cement bag is 55 kg. What will be the weight of 1, 000 such bags?

- 10, 000
- 5500
- 25, 000
- 55, 000

**Q.**In a stable, the number of legs of horses are 48. How many ears of horses are there in the stable?

**Q.**

A number 21978 is multiplied by a 1 digit number to get a product where the digits are exactly reversed. Identify the 1 digit number.

2

4

6

9

**Q.**Each box contains 7 oranges. How many oranges will 68 boxes contain?

- 476
- 576
- 346
- 156

**Q.**

Find the value.

36×11=?

- 396
- 366
- 399
- 369

**Q.**₹70 are to be divided equally among 5 people. How much money will each person get? (Start by giving ₹11 to each person)

**Q.**

Using distributive property of multiplication over addition, simplify.

$54279\times 92+8\times 54279$

**Q.**Rohan went to his friend's home at 2:45. He spent nearly 2 hours at his friend's home and then he returned home. At what time did he return?

- 3:45
- 4:30
- 4:45
- 3:30

**Q.**If you were to distribute all the candies that you have among your 4 friends such that each friend gets 12 candies, then how many candies did you have?

- 24
- 16
- 36
- 48

**Q.**

Using properties of multiplication, find the product of:

the greatest number of four digits and the smallest number of three digits.

**Q.**

How will you make the following multiplication easier by splitting 1009? Choose the most suitable option.

123×1009

990 + 12

900 + 109

100 + 9

1000 + 9

**Q.**

1250 + 1250 + 1250 + 1250 + 1250 + 1250 =

120

10

6

14

**Q.**

What is addition

**Q.**

Using the distributive properties, simplify of the following:

$603\times 8+603\times 2$

**Q.**Dhananjay gave 1 note of ₹10, 5 notes of ₹50 and 10 notes of ₹100 to a shopkeeper. How much in total he gave to a shopkeeper ?

**Q.**Shyam bought 16 lamps at ₹14 for each lamp. His transportation cost is ₹3000. Find the total money that he spent.

- ₹3000
- ₹3224
- ₹3424
- ₹4524

**Q.**If a farmer takes 2 hours and 10 minutes to plough a field, find the time taken by the farmer to plough two fields.

- 3 hours and 20 minutes
- 4 hours and 10 minutes
- 4 hours and 20 minutes
- 5 hours and 10 minutes

**Q.**

90×82=7350

True

False

**Q.**

A company employs 70 people. Of these, 32 received rupees 1258 a day and the rest receive rupees 2560 a day. If there are 6 working days in a week, represent the total payment in a week using an expression.

6×70×12158×2560

6×(70−32)+1258

6×(38)×2560

6[(32×1258)+(38×2560)]

**Q.**Find the number of chocolates each kid gets if 91 chocolates are shared equally between 7 kids.

- 13

**Q.**If 3595 chocolates are equally distributed among 40 people, then how many chocolates did each one get?

- 80
- 90
- 100
- 110

**Q.**Each bus takes about 15 minutes to refill and there are two buses to be refilled. So they stop there for about __________ minutes, which means they are late by about _________ minutes.

**Q.**Find the approximate and actual cost of 21 bottles of oil, if one bottle costs ₹205

- 4, 000, 4, 305
- 4, 000, 4, 205
- 6, 000, 6, 905
- 6, 000, 6, 105

**Q.**Enter the number that can fill the blank in the following multiplication statement:

18×59=(18×__) + (18×9)

- 50

**Q.**Classes I, II and III with 50 students from each of the classes and 9 teachers are going on a trip. How many people are going to that trip in total?

- 450
- 159
- 59
- 100

**Q.**What is the number of chocolates each kid gets if 91 chocolates are shared equally among 7 kids?

**Q.**

Find each of the following products : $9\times (-3)\times (-6)$

**Q.**Samuel and Debora carry 18 and 22 oxygen cylinders, respectively for the mission. If the clinders are meant to last for 5 days, then how many oxygen cylinders will be used per day?

- 10
- 4
- 6
- 8

**Q.**

Using the distributive properties, simply the following:

$70\times 97$