# McGraw Hill Math Grade 6 Lesson 2.1 Answer Key Multiplying Whole Numbers

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## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 6 Answer Key Lesson 2.1 Multiplying Whole Numbers

Exercises Multiply

Question 1.

By multiplying 12 and 11 we get 132 as the product.

Question 2.

By multiplying 15 and 16 we get 240 as the product.

Question 3.

By multiplying 12 and 19 we get 228 as the product.

Question 4.

By multiplying 22 and 7 we get 154 as the product.

Question 5.

By multiplying 34 and 18 we get 612 as the product.

Question 6.

By multiplying 45 and 31 we get 1395 as the product.

Question 7.

By multiplying 175 and 27 we get 4725 as the product.

Question 8.

By multiplying 345 and 76 we get 26220 as the product.

Question 9.

By multiplying 987 and 638 we get 629706 as the product.

Question 10.

By multiplying 27 and 36 we get 927 as the product.

Question 11.

By multiplying 42 and 8 we get 336 as the product.

Question 12.

By multiplying 286 and 354 we get 101244 as the product.

Question 13.

By multiplying 777 and 15 we get 11655 as the product.

Question 14.

By multiplying 21 and 22 we get 462 as the product.

Question 15.

By multiplying 928 and 5 we get 4640 as the product.

Question 16.

By multiplying 290 and 11 we get 3190 as the product.

Question 17.

By multiplying 12 and 45 we get 540 as the product.

Question 18.

By multiplying 132 and 34 we get 4488 as the product.

Question 19.

By multiplying 111 and 83 we get 9213 as the product.

Question 20.

By multiplying 7895 and 26 we get 205270as the product.

Question 21.

By multiplying 12 and 677 we get 8124 as the product.

Question 22.

By multiplying 384 and 45 we get 17280 as the product.

Question 23.

By multiplying 41 and 44 we get 1804 as the product.

Question 24.

By multiplying 65 and 781 we get 50765 as the product.

Question 25.

By multiplying 36 and 35 we get 1260 as the product.

Question 26.

By multiplying 854 and 23 we get 19642 as the product.

Question 27.

By multiplying 31 and 21 we get 672 as the product.

Question 28.

By multiplying 44 and 41 we get 1804 as the product.

Question 29.
A grocery store received an order for 50 bags of apples. 15 apples can fit into each bag. How many apples will the grocery store need to fill the bags?