**Topic: Number and Operations >> Mentally calculate simple products up to a three-digit number by a one-digit number involving multiples of 10.**

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A file holder has 4 shelves. Each shelf has 50 files. How many files does the file holder have in all? | View Details | |||||||||||||

A building has 8 floors. Each floor has 20 rooms. Find the total number of rooms in the building. | View Details | |||||||||||||

Find the missing numbers. ___ × 100 = 400 7 × ___ = 700 | View Details | |||||||||||||

Find the product. | View Details | |||||||||||||

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How many flowers are needed to make 5 bouquets, if each bouquet needs 20 flowers? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Identify the pair of numbers that best completes the equation. | View Details | |||||||||||||

Identify the pair of numbers that best completes the equation. | View Details | |||||||||||||

Julie has four sisters. She plans to buy gifts worth $200 each. Find the money she will need. | View Details | |||||||||||||

Martha arranges her collection of roses in rows of 10, as shown. How many roses does Martha have? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Mr. Brad′s family moved from London to USA. They carried 5 suitcases each weighing 80 lb. How much did their luggage weigh altogether? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Mr. William′s family moved from Texas to South Carolina. They carried 4 suitcases each weighing 60 lb. How much did their luggage weigh altogether? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Sarah bought 3 lb of apples at the rate 80¢ per lb. Find the price of apples that Sarah bought. | View Details | |||||||||||||

The product of 10 and 18 is | View Details | |||||||||||||

The product of 10 and 8 is | View Details | |||||||||||||

There are 100 rows in a theatre. Each row has 25 chairs. Find the number of chairs in the theatre. | View Details | |||||||||||||

There are 20 trees in a garden. 6 birds are sitting on each tree. How many birds are there in the garden? (Assume that the same number of birds are sitting on each tree.) | View Details | |||||||||||||

There are 30 candies in a box. Find the number of candies in 5 boxes. | View Details | |||||||||||||

There are 40 cards in a box. Find the number of cards in 5 boxes. | View Details | |||||||||||||

There are 60 cards in a box. Find the number of cards in 6 boxes. | View Details | |||||||||||||

Which pair of numbers best completes the equation? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Which pair of numbers best completes the equation? | View Details | |||||||||||||

Which two are the missing numbers? 4 × 10 = ___ 6 × ___ = 60 | View Details | |||||||||||||

Which two are the missing numbers? 5 × 10 = ___ 9 × ___ = 90 | View Details | |||||||||||||

Which two are the missing numbers? 60 × 10 = ___ 3 × ___ = 30 | View Details |

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