Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 4 Base Ten - 4.NBT.5
How to Multiply Numbers That Have Multiple Digits? The four basic arithmetic operations include; addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x), and division (÷). Addition and subtraction are the easiest ones out of these four. Children find it difficult to solve problems that include multiplication. Multiple-digit multiplication is challenging, but if the right approach is followed, things will get easy for you. To understand exactly how to multiply multi-digit numbers, we will take the following example; 742 x 136 Step 1: Stack the numbers one above the other; Step 2: Start Multiplication from the right side and multiply each digit of the second from each digit of the number on the top. Multiply 6 by 2,4, and finally 7. Step 3: Proceeding from the right side, move to the second digit of the bottom number and multiply it by the above number. Remember to the placement of zero; Continue the process until you multiply the last digit, approaching from the right side of the bottom number with the number on top. Step 4: Find the sum of the numbers below the sum-line to find the answer. This collection of worksheets will help students learn to multiply large numbers.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Mixed Multiplication
Step-by-Step Lesson- Find the product of a single and quadruple
digit number. Followed by some double digit products.
- Guided Lesson - We
go over everything there is to know about simple products and even
a little algebra.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- I get a little bit crazy with all the arrows. Sorry about that
- Practice Worksheet -
Six problems of single times quadruple digits. Six problems on double
times double digits.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the products to problems that create them.
We find the products of numbers and numbers mixed with a slight visual counting exercise.
- Homework 1 - If the result is more than 9, carry over the digit to the next place value.
- Visuals Homework 2 - We use images here.
- Homework 3 - We have to divide the result by multiplicand.
The follow the same format as the previous series.