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Multi-Number Multiplication

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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 (รท). 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

Homework Sheets

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.

Practice Worksheets

The follow the same format as the previous series.

Math Skill Quizzes

Many teachers requested that I mixed visuals with numbers. So I did try to accommodate that in each quiz.

  • Quiz 1 - Find the product of missing part of the problem.
  • Quiz 2 - Fill in the quiz problems.
  • Quiz 3 - Some visuals can be found here to get you started off.