Worksheet: Multiplying by 11

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling multiplication by 11 and reciting the times table of 11 up to 12×11.

Q1:

The price of a stock decreased $3 per day for eleven consecutive days. What was the total change in value of the stock over the eleven-day period?

Q2:

Find the missing numbers in the table.

0×111×112×113×114×115×116×117×118×119×1110×1111×1112×11
112233558899110121
  • A0, 44, 66, 77, 132
  • B0, 44, 66, 77, 131
  • C11, 44, 66, 77, 131
  • D11, 44, 66, 132

Q3:

Mia is practicing the eleven times table.

Use her model to find the products.

11×3=.

11×8=.

11×11=.

Q4:

The given number line represents the 11 times table. Use it to find 2×11=.

Q5:

Use the given model to fill in the blanks: ×11=.

  • A4, 33
  • B3, 30
  • C4, 44
  • D3, 33
  • E4, 40

Q6:

What is the solution?

Q7:

A cafe uses 2 cartons of milk every week. If each carton contains 11 bottles of milk, how many bottles does the cafe use per week?

Use the given model to find the answer.

Q8:

Fill in the blank: 11×2=.

Q9:

If you know that 2×11=22, find 3×11.

Q10:

To calculate 2×11, Natalie counted by 11 two times and got 22. Follow Natalie’s method of counting by 11 to calculate 3×11.

Q11:

If you know that 2×11=22, find 4×11.

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