Lesson Worksheet: Multiplying a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Column Method Mathematics • 4th Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number.
Is the calculation correct?
Arrange the solutions of these expressions in ascending order.
Find the product.
Find the product.
What is the number that can replace the question mark?
If the price of one pen is $5, what is the price of 756 pens?
A girl buys 2 meters of cloth. If the price of cloth is $234 per meter, how much does she pay?
Look at how Sophia multiplied 432 by 6.
Use this method to find .
This robot multiplies any number by 2 to get an answer. What is the answer in the following case?
The product of 569 and a one-digit number has the digit 6 in the ones place. What digit does it have in the tens place? Use regrouping to help you find your answer.
Consider the following multiplication:
What is the product?
Mason wants to find the answer to .
He uses regrouping to help.
Fill in the blanks:
To find the digit in the tens place of his answer, Mason will need to multiply by and then add .
- A2, 3, 5
- B1, 2, 3
- C1, 5, 3
- D2, 3, 1
- E5, 3, 1
Ethan wants to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number.
The three-digit number has a 0 in the ones place, but not in the tens place.
Which of these statements about Ethan’s answer will be true?
- AIt will have a zero in the tens place.
- BIt will have a zero in the ones place.
- CThe digit in the tens place will be greater than zero.
- DThe digit in the ones place will be greater than zero.
Scarlett wants to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number.
The three-digit number has a 0 in the tens place:
Will Scarlett’s answer have a 0 in the tens place too?
- ANo, there is no chance her answer will have a 0 in the tens place.
- BYes, her answer will definitely have a 0 in the tens place.
- CHer answer might have a 0 in the tens place, only if she needs to regroup some ones.
- DHer answer might have a 0 in the tens place, only if she does not need to regroup any ones.
Chloe says, “When multiplying 314 by 2, I do not need to regroup at all.”
Is Chloe’s statement true or false?
Mia will regroup to help solve the multiplication problem below:
After Mia has multiplied the ones, how many tens will she have to regroup?