 Date: May 14, 2023   # Multiplying with Card Games Worksheet Test

## Section 1: Basic Multiplication

1. What is 3 x 4?
2. What is 5 x 6?
3. What is 7 x 2?
4. What is 9 x 8?
5. What is 2 x 10?

## Section 2: Multiplying with Cards

For the following questions, assume that Ace = 1, Jack = 11, Queen = 12, and King = 13.

1. If you draw a King and a 4, what is the product of the two cards?
2. If you draw a 6 and a Queen, what is the product of the two cards?
3. If you draw a Jack and a 5, what is the product of the two cards?
4. If you draw a 9 and a King, what is the product of the two cards?
5. If you draw a 10 and a Queen, what is the product of the two cards?

## Section 3: Multiplying with Multiple Cards

For the following questions, draw two cards and multiply them together. Then, draw another card and multiply it by the product of the first two cards.

1. What is the product of a 6, a 7, and a 9?
2. What is the product of a Jack, a 5, and an 8?
3. What is the product of a 10, a Queen, and a 2?
4. What is the product of a 3, a King, and a 6?
5. What is the product of an Ace, a 4, and a Queen?

## Section 4: Multiplying with Negative Numbers

For the following questions, assume that -Ace = -1, -Jack = -11, -Queen = -12, and -King = -13.

1. What is -2 x 3?
2. What is -5 x -6?
3. What is 7 x -2?
4. What is -9 x 8?
5. What is 2 x -10?

## Section 5: Multiplying with Negative Cards

For the following questions, assume that Ace = 1, Jack = 11, Queen = 12, King = 13, -Ace = -1, -Jack = -11, -Queen = -12, and -King = -13.

1. If you draw a -King and a 4, what is the product of the two cards?
2. If you draw a 6 and a -Queen, what is the product of the two cards?
3. If you draw a -Jack and a 5, what is the product of the two cards?
4. If you draw a 9 and a -King, what is the product of the two cards?
5. If you draw a -10 and a Queen, what is the product of the two cards?

## Section 6: Multiplying with Negative and Positive Cards

For the following questions, assume that Ace = 1, Jack = 11, Queen = 12, King = 13, -Ace = -1, -Jack = -11, -Queen = -12, and -King = -13.

1. If you draw a -King and a 4, and then draw a 3, what is the product of the three cards?
2. If you draw a 6 and a -Queen, and then draw a -2, what is the product of the three cards?
3. If you draw a -Jack and a 5, and then draw a 9, what is the product of the three cards?
4. If you draw a 9 and a -King, and then draw a -3, what is the product of the three cards?
5. If you draw a -10 and a Queen, and then draw a 7, what is the product of the three cards?

## Section 7: Challenge

For the following questions, draw three cards and try to find the highest possible product.

1. What is the highest possible product you can get with three cards?
2. Can you beat your previous answer? If so, what is the new highest possible product you can get with three cards?
3. Can you beat your previous answer again? If so, what is the new highest possible product you can get with three cards?

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