Writing & Solving Multiplication Equations with One Variable


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What is the inverse operation to multiplication?

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1. Which of the following is a complete multiplication equation?

2. Write the multiplication equation showing fourteen times an unknown number equals two-hundred-sixty-six.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this printable quiz and worksheet combo at any time to challenge your knowledge of one variable multiplication equations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics covered in this quiz will include:

  • Identifying an multiplication equation
  • Determining an unknown number within an equation
  • Solving an equation with an unidentified number

Skills Practiced

Practice these skills while completing this quiz and worksheet:

  • Distinguishing differences - use what you have learned to determine the inverse mathematical operation to multiplication
  • Interpreting information - review an equation and identify the unknown variable
  • Problem solving - review the lesson and use the tactics you've learned to solve for an undefined number

Additional Learning

Examine the lesson entitled Writing & Solving Multiplication Equations with One Variable to further understand these arithmetical functions. This tutorial will discuss:

  • Recognizing the unknown number within an equation
  • Identifying a complete multiplication equation
  • Solving an multiplication equation with one variable