5th Grade Trivia On Multiplication Table Test! Quiz

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5th grade trivia on multiplication table test! How confident are you when it comes to your multiplication table knowledge? Cn you come up with the correct answer to a given multiplication problem in a matter of seconds? The quiz below will be perfect to test that out, how about you give it a try and see how well you will do. Be sure to check out other multiplication quizzes just like it!.

• 1.

8 X 8

Explanation
The given question is asking for the product of 8 multiplied by 8. Multiplying 8 by 8 gives us the answer of 64.

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• 2.

12 X 8

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The given question is a multiplication problem, where 12 is multiplied by 8. The correct answer to this multiplication is 96.

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• 3.

8 X 12

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The given question is asking for the product of 8 multiplied by 12. By performing the multiplication operation, we get the answer as 96.

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• 4.

3 X 9

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The multiplication of 3 and 9 equals 27.

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• 5.

5 X 2

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The given expression, 5 multiplied by 2, equals 10.

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12 X 7

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The given question is asking for the product of 12 multiplied by 7. When these two numbers are multiplied, the result is 84.

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• 7.

11 X 6

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The given question is a multiplication problem, where the numbers to be multiplied are 11 and 6. When we multiply 11 by 6, we get the product as 66. Therefore, the correct answer to the question is 66.

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• 8.

.Brianna would be terrified to know that somewhere in her room there are 4 spiders. Each spider has 8 legs. How many spider legs are in Brianna’s room?

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There are 4 spiders in Brianna's room and each spider has 8 legs. To find the total number of spider legs in her room, we can multiply the number of spiders (4) by the number of legs per spider (8). Therefore, there are 32 spider legs in Brianna's room.

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• 9.

Grandma has been sick ,but the doctor says that she is making progress. She has to take 4 pills,2 times a day. How many pills does she take in 3 days ?

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Grandma takes 4 pills, 2 times a day. So, in a day, she takes a total of 4 x 2 = 8 pills. In 3 days, she will take a total of 8 x 3 = 24 pills.

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• 10.

. What is 3 times 5?

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The question is asking for the product of 3 and 5. When we multiply 3 by 5, we get the result of 15.

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• 11.

15 times 2

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The given question is asking for the product of 15 and 2. Multiplying 15 by 2 gives us 30, which is the correct answer.

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• 12.

13 times  8

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The given question is asking for the product of 13 multiplied by 8. When we multiply 13 by 8, we get the answer 104.

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• 13.

14 times 7

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The question is asking for the product of 14 and 7. When we multiply 14 by 7, we get the answer of 98.

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• 14.

A sporting goods factory puts 7 playground balls in each shipment. About how many playground balls will there be in 9 shipments?

Explanation
The factory puts 7 playground balls in each shipment. Therefore, to find the total number of playground balls in 9 shipments, we can multiply the number of balls in one shipment (7) by the number of shipments (9). So, 7 x 9 = 63.

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• 15.

Shawn bought 8 boxes of chocolates. There were 7 chocolates in each box. About how many chocolates did Shawn buy?

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Shawn bought 8 boxes of chocolates, and each box contained 7 chocolates. To find the total number of chocolates, we need to multiply the number of boxes by the number of chocolates in each box. Therefore, Shawn bought a total of 56 chocolates.

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• 16.

A chef prepared 9 platters of prawn. There were 8 prawn on each platter. About how many prawn did the chef prepare?

Explanation
The chef prepared 9 platters of prawns, with each platter having 8 prawns. To find the total number of prawns, we can multiply the number of platters (9) by the number of prawns on each platter (8). Therefore, the chef prepared a total of 72 prawns.

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• 17.

12 x 4

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The given question is a multiplication problem, asking for the product of 12 and 4. To solve this, we multiply 12 by 4, which equals 48. Therefore, the correct answer is 48.

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• 18.

A card factory puts 9 greeting cards in each box. About how many greeting cards will there be in 6 boxes?

Explanation
There will be 54 greeting cards in 6 boxes because there are 9 greeting cards in each box and 6 multiplied by 9 equals 54.

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• 19.

Warren bought 9 bags of bagels. Each bag had 4 bagels. About how many bagels did Warren buy?

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Warren bought 9 bags of bagels, and each bag had 4 bagels. To find the total number of bagels, we can multiply the number of bags (9) by the number of bagels in each bag (4). Therefore, Warren bought a total of 36 bagels.

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• 20.

A restaurant ordered 5 crates of strawberries. There were 8 strawberries in each crate. About how many strawberries in total did the restaurant order?

Explanation
The restaurant ordered 5 crates of strawberries, and each crate contained 8 strawberries. To find the total number of strawberries, we need to multiply the number of crates (5) by the number of strawberries in each crate (8). Therefore, the restaurant ordered a total of 40 strawberries.

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