Multiplication Worksheet for Class 3

Word problems

Jack bought 4 boxes of chocolates, with each box containing 12 chocolates. How many chocolates did Jack buy in total?

A farmer has 6 fields, and each field has 18 apple trees. How many apple trees does the farmer have in total?

A toy store has 5 aisles, and each aisle has 24 toys on display. How many toys are there in the store?

Sarah has 3 shelves in her bookcase, and each shelf can hold 28 books. If she fills all the shelves, how many books will she have in her bookcase?

A company produces 7 cars every day, and each car has 4 tires. How many tires does the company need in a week (assuming they work all 7 days)?

There are 8 classrooms in a school, and each classroom has 32 students. How many students are there in the school?

A bakery sells 6 cakes per day, and each cake has 10 slices. How many slices of cake does the bakery sell in a week (assuming they work all 7 days)?

A factory produces 9 boxes of pencils, and each box contains 36 pencils. How many pencils are produced by the factory in total?

There are 4 crates, and each crate has 20 oranges. How many oranges are there in all the crates?

A garden has 5 rows, and each row has 16 flowers. How many flowers are there in the garden?

Remember to solve each problem by performing the necessary multiplication calculations to find the correct answer.

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