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Identify Multiples of 100 (3)

In this worksheet, students answer questions about multiples of 100.

'Identify Multiples of 100 (3)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:  Factors and Multiples

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Multiples of 100 are easy to spot because they all end in at least two zeros.

The number 100 ends in two zeros and so do all its multiples.

 

Examples

200, 400, 900, 1200, 2000, 300000 are multiples of 100.

They all end in at least two zeros.

 

50, 240, 1430, 1650 are NOT multiples of 100.

None of them ends in two zeros.

Look at this list of numbers.

 

35, 42, 420, 300, 510

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

13, 22, 402, 400, 570

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

130, 202, 802, 450, 600

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

110, 205, 502, 4000, 610

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

115, 700, 508, 440, 666

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

30, 40, 490, 900, 590, 950

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

130, 220, 100, 490, 570, 750, 450

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

190, 910, 900, 950, 590, 905, 509

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

120, 220, 210, 2000, 202, 2020, 22

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Look at this list of numbers.

 

7, 700, 70, 770, 707, 507, 705, 750, 570

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

  • Question 1

Look at this list of numbers.

 

35, 42, 420, 300, 510

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
300
EDDIE SAYS
300 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 2

Look at this list of numbers.

 

13, 22, 402, 400, 570

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
400
EDDIE SAYS
400 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 3

Look at this list of numbers.

 

130, 202, 802, 450, 600

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
600
EDDIE SAYS
600 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 4

Look at this list of numbers.

 

110, 205, 502, 4000, 610

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
4000
EDDIE SAYS
4000 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 5

Look at this list of numbers.

 

115, 700, 508, 440, 666

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
700
EDDIE SAYS
700 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 6

Look at this list of numbers.

 

30, 40, 490, 900, 590, 950

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
900
EDDIE SAYS
900 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 7

Look at this list of numbers.

 

130, 220, 100, 490, 570, 750, 450

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
100
EDDIE SAYS
100 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 8

Look at this list of numbers.

 

190, 910, 900, 950, 590, 905, 509

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
900
EDDIE SAYS
900 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 9

Look at this list of numbers.

 

120, 220, 210, 2000, 202, 2020, 22

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
2000
EDDIE SAYS
2000 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
  • Question 10

Look at this list of numbers.

 

7, 700, 70, 770, 707, 507, 705, 750, 570

 

Which number is a multiple of 100?

CORRECT ANSWER
700
EDDIE SAYS
700 is the only number which ends in at least two zeros.
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