Worksheet
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Part 1: Multiple Choice
Select the correct answer and write the letter in the blank space.

What is the product of 3 and 3/4?
 a) 9/4
 b) 10/4
 c) 11/4
 d) 12/4

What is the product of 5 and 2/5?
 a) 10/5
 b) 12/5
 c) 14/5
 d) 16/5

What is the product of 6 and 1/3?
 a) 2/3
 b) 3/2
 c) 7/3
 d) 9/3

What is the product of 7 and 4/7?
 a) 4/7
 b) 6
 c) 29/7
 d) 31/7

What is the product of 8 and 3/8?
 a) 3/8
 b) 9/8
 c) 20/8
 d) 25/8
Part 2: Short Answer
Solve the following problems.

2 x 1/2 =

3 x 2/3 =

4 x 3/4 =

5 x 4/5 =

6 x 5/6 =

7 x 6/7 =

8 x 7/8 =

9 x 8/9 =

10 x 9/10 =

11 x 10/11 =
Part 3: Word Problems
Solve the following word problems.

If John has 3/4 pound of flour and he needs to use 2/3 of it to make a cake, how much flour will he use?

If a pizza recipe calls for 2/5 cup of cheese and you want to make 4 pizzas, how much cheese will you need in total?

If Amy earns $5.50 per hour and she works 7 and 1/2 hours, how much money will she earn?

If a recipe calls for 1/3 cup of sugar and you want to make 6 servings, how much sugar will you need in total?

If a bag of rice weighs 2 and 1/2 pounds and you need 3/4 pound of rice to make a meal, how many meals can you make with one bag of rice?
Part 4: Challenge
Solve the following problems.

A recipe calls for 2 and 1/3 cups of milk. If you want to make 4 servings, how much milk will you need in total?

If a car travels 40 miles per hour and it takes 2 and 1/2 hours to reach its destination, how far did the car travel in total?

If Mary has 7/8 yard of fabric and she needs 2/3 yard to make a dress, how much fabric will she have left over?

A pizza recipe calls for 2/3 cup of tomato sauce. If you want to make 8 pizzas, how much tomato sauce will you need in total?

If a recipe calls for 1 and 1/2 cups of flour and you want to make 10 servings, how much flour will you need in total?
Part 5: True or False
Write True or False for each statement.

To multiply a whole number and a fraction, multiply the whole number by the numerator of the fraction.

To multiply a whole number and a fraction, multiply the whole number by the denominator of the fraction.

To multiply a whole number and a fraction, multiply the whole number by the numerator and then divide by the denominator.

When multiplying fractions and whole numbers, it is not necessary to convert the whole number to a fraction.

When multiplying fractions and whole numbers, it is not necessary to simplify the fraction after multiplying.
Part 6: Fill in the Blank
Fill in the blank with the correct number.

3 x 1/3 = ___

4 x 2/4 = ___

5 x 1/5 = ___

6 x 3/6 = ___

7 x 4/7 = ___

8 x 5/8 = ___

9 x 2/9 = ___

10 x 6/10 = ___

11 x 3/11 = ___

12 x 4/12 = ___
Good Luck!