# Finding Multiples: Is the Answer Odd or Even?

In this worksheet, students multiply two numbers together then state whether the answer is odd or even.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Multiplication and Division

Curriculum subtopic:   Multiply/Divide Formally

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, multiply two numbers and then identify whether the result is odd or even number.

For Example:

Question -
Work out whether the result of multiplication is an odd or even number.

86   x  9   =   ______

86   x  9   =  774

This number 774 is an even number, since it is divisible by 2.

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

86   x  2   =   ______

172 (Odd)

172 (Even)

88 (Odd)

88 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

56   x  4   =   ______

224 (Odd)

224 (Even)

225 (Odd)

225 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

77   x  9   =   ______

86 (Even)

86 (Odd)

693 (Odd)

693 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

77   x  5   =   ______

385 (Odd)

385 (Even)

775 (Odd)

775 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

11   x  83   =   ______

913 (Odd)

913 (Even)

917 (Odd)

917 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

86   x  20   =   ______

9512 (Odd)

9512 (Even)

1720 (Odd)

1720 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

35   x  26   =   ______

910 (Odd)

910 (Even)

4920 (Odd)

4920 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

79   x  57   =   ______

503 (Odd)

503 (Even)

4503 (Odd)

4503 (Even)

If you multiply an odd number by an odd number, what can you say about the answer?

Always Odd

Always Even

Can't be sure

If you multiply an odd number by an even number, what can you say about the answer?

Always Odd

Always Even

Can't be sure

• Question 1

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

86   x  2   =   ______

172 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in multiples of 2 is even. 172 ÷ 2 = 86
• Question 2

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

56   x  4   =   ______

224 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in 4 is even. 224 ÷ 4 = 56
• Question 3

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

77   x  9   =   ______

693 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in 3 is odd. 693 ÷ 9 = 77
• Question 4

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

77   x  5   =   ______

385 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in 5 is odd. 385 ÷ 5 = 77
• Question 5

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

11   x  83   =   ______

913 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in 3 is odd. 913 ÷ 11 = 83
• Question 6

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

86   x  20   =   ______

1720 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
1720 ÷ 20 = 86
• Question 7

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

35   x  26   =   ______

910 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
910 ÷ 35 = 26
• Question 8

Work out whether the result of this multiplication is an odd or even number.

79   x  57   =   ______

4503 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
Any number ending in 3 is odd. 4503 ÷ 57 = 79
• Question 9

If you multiply an odd number by an odd number, what can you say about the answer?

Always Odd
EDDIE SAYS
Example: 5 x 5 = 25
• Question 10

If you multiply an odd number by an even number, what can you say about the answer?

Always Even
EDDIE SAYS
Example: 4 x 5 = 20
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