# Multiplying with Card Games Worksheet Test

## Section 1: Basic Multiplication

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

*Note: This worksheet is for educational purposes only. It is not to be used for cheating or any other unethical behavior.*