Worksheet: Multiplication with Arrays

In this worksheet, we will practice writing multiplication sentences as arrays with at most 5 rows or columns and investigate how arrays can describe two different multiplication sentences.

Q1:

Which equation describes the number of oranges in this array?

  • A2+9=11
  • B189=9
  • C18÷9=2
  • D2×9=18

Q2:

The flowers in a garden are in 3 rows and 7 columns. How many flowers are in the garden?

Q3:

This array has 12 apples in 4 rows of 3.

Find another array with 12 apples.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q4:

Which calculation describes the total number of flowers in this garden?

  • A3 rows of 7=21
  • B7 rows from 3=10
  • C7 rows of 3=21
  • D3 rows of 7=10

Q5:

Which array shows 2×8?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q6:

Pick an array that shows 3+3+3+3 items.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Pick a multiplication expression that matches this array.

  • A4×3
  • B4+3+3
  • C4+3×3
  • D3×3

Q7:

Pick the array that shows 2×9.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q8:

Use the array to find the missing number.

Q9:

Complete the following: 3 groups of 7 apples = 7 groups of apples.

Q10:

Complete the equation using the given image: 4×5=×4.

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