Worksheet: Multiplying up to a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number

In this worksheet, we will practice multiplying up to a three-digit number by a 1-digit number using the expanded notation method or the column method.

Q1:

Calculate 2 1 1 × 3 .

Q2:

Calculate 1 4 5 × 6 .

Q3:

If 67 containers were loaded on a ship, where each container holds 7 metric tons, determine how many tonnes of cargo were loaded on the ship.

Q4:

Is the calculation 2 × 4 × 6 2 9 = 5 0 1 2 correct?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q5:

Is the calculation 8 7 6 × 9 = 7 4 4 4 correct?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q6:

Amir allocated $225 per day for his accommodation and food during his holiday. If Amir’s holiday lasted for two days, determine how much money he spent.

  • A$350
  • B$325
  • C$225
  • D$450
  • E$227

Q7:

Given that the price of one fish tank is 690 pounds, find the price of 3 tanks.

  • A 1 3 8 0 p o u n d s
  • B 6 9 3 p o u n d s
  • C 2 0 4 0 p o u n d s
  • D 2 0 7 0 p o u n d s
  • E 2 7 6 0 p o u n d s

Q8:

Ramy spends between $173 and $268 per month on transportation. Which of the following best represents the amount he spends on transportation in 9 months?

  • A from $173 to $277
  • B from $182 to $277
  • C from $182 to $2 412
  • D from $1 557 to $2 412
  • E from $173 to $441

Q9:

Calculate 1 1 2 × 2 .

Q10:

Calculate 2 3 1 × 2 .

Q11:

Calculate 1 4 2 × 4 .

Q12:

Calculate 1 4 1 × 7 .

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