PRIMARY 4 MULTIPLICATION & DIVISION
Question 1 There are 285 children in school A and 159 children in school B. How many children must leave school A and go to school B so that there will be thrice as many children in school B than school A? 

Question 2 Molly and Wendy have a total of $780. If Molly gives Wendy $78, they will have an equal amount of money each. How much money does Molly have? 

Question 3 Ali and Muthu shared an equal number of rambutans among themselves. After Ali had eaten 36 rambutans and Muthu was given another 96 rambutans, Muthu had 4 times as many rambutans as Ali. How many rambutans did Ali have left? 

Question 4 Sammy paid $1320 for 2 similar rings and 3 similar watches. Each ring cost four times as much as each watch. How much does each ring cost? 

Question 5 A coat cost $92 more than a shirt. If 2 such coats and 4 such shirts cost $400, find the total cost of 1 coat and 1 shirt. 

Question 6 Joseph has thrice the number of bookmarks as Lindy, but half as many bookmarks as Mark. If Mark has 290 bookmarks more than Lindy, how many bookmarks do they have in all? 

Question 7 A pen cost thrice as much as a wallet, which cost thrice as much as a keychain. If 2 pens cost $288, find the cost of 3 wallets and 4 keychains. 

Question 8 Jeremy had 367 fewer marbles than Alice. Tommy had 489 more marbles than Alice. If Jeremy had 502 marbles, how many marbles do Jeremy, Alice and Tommy have altogether? 

Question 9 If Amy were to buy 8 similar books, she will be short of $34. If Amy were to be 3 such books, she will have $466 left. How much money does Amy have? 

Question 10 Fred, Joe and Mike have a total of 1235 flashcards. If Mike has 140 flashcards and Joe has 4 times as many flashcards as Fred, how many more flashcards does Joe have? 

Question 11 Number X has a value 6 times as much as Number Y, but a value twice of Number Z. If the three numbers add up to a total of 660, find the sum of Number X and Number Z. 

Question 12 After Mandy had given 82 pencils to Penny, they had the same number of pencils each. If the two girls had a total of 1756 pencils, how many pencils did Mandy have at first? 

Question 13 After Gary spent $184, Queenie had thrice as much money as Gary. If Gary and Queenie had $1256 at first, how much more money did Queenie have than Gary at first? 

Question 14 2 boys sold as many pies as 3 girls. If 6 boys and 7 girls sold a total of 384 pies in all, what is the number of pies sold by one boy? 

Question 15 At a store, 9 blouses and 7 shirts cost $245. If one shirt cost $3 more than one blouse, find the cost of one shirt. 
