- Multiply and Divide Whole Numbers
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Q 1 - A school is taking students on a picnic. There are 611 students and 13 of them can travel in each van. How many vans are required to make the trip?

**Step 1:**

Total number of students = 611

Number of students in one van = 13

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of vans required = 611 ÷ 13 = 47

Q 2 - Jessy is inviting 62 friends to a party. She has 248 bar chocolates. How many bar chocolates will each friend get?

**Step 1:**

Total number of chocolates = 248

Number of friends invited = 62

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of chocolates each gets = 248 ÷ 62 = 4

Q 3 - Bob has 14 packs of candies. There are 8 candies in each pack. How many pieces of candies does Bill have?

**Step 1:**

Total number of packs = 14

Number of candies in each pack = 8

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use multiplication operation.

Total number of candies = 14 × 8 = 112

Q 4 - An auditorium contains 2400 seats. There are 48 rows. How many seats are on each row?

**Step 1:**

Total number of seats = 2400

Number of rows = 48

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of seats in each row = 2400 ÷ 48 = 50

Q 5 - Linda has 15 packs of crayons. There are 12 crayons in each pack. How many crayons does Linda have?

**Step 1:**

Total number of packs = 15

Number of crayons in each pack = 12

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use multiplication operation.

Total number of crayons = 15 × 12 = 180

Q 6 - A garden has 1692 plants. There are 47 rows. How many plants are in each row?

**Step 1:**

Total number of plants = 1692

Number of rows = 47

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of plants in each row = 1692 ÷ 47 = 36

Q 7 - Rihanna has 16 boxes of pencils. There are 9 pencils in each box. How many pencils does Rihanna have?

**Step 1:**

Total number of boxes = 16

Number of pencils in each box = 9

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use multiplication operation.

Total number of pencils = 16 × 9 = 144

Q 8 - Jimmy has a collection of 1071 Pokémon cards. He wants to split the collection into 17 groups. How many cards will there be in each group?

**Step 1:**

Total number of cards = 1071

Number of groups = 17

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of cards in each group = 1071 ÷ 17 = 63

Q 9 - Monica has 1786 erasers stored in boxes. How many erasers are there in each box, if there are 47 boxes?

**Step 1:**

Total number of erasers = 1786

Number of boxes = 47

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use division operation.

Number of erasers in each box = 1786 ÷ 47 = 38

Q 10 - Stacy has 11 packs of gum. There are 15 pieces in each pack. How many pieces of gum does Stacy have?

**Step 1:**

Total number of packs = 11

Number of gums in each pack = 15

**Step 2:**

Here we have to use multiplication operation.

Total number of gums = 11 × 15 = 165

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