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Worksheet: Multiplying Two One-Digit Numbers

Q1:

Find the missing number.

Q2:

Which array shows that 28 is 4 times as many as 7?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Q3:

We can use bar models when we are multiplying.

Write a multiplication expression that describes this bar model.

  • A 6 × 4
  • B 8 × 4
  • C 9 × 4
  • D 7 × 4

Find the product.

Q4:

Daniel drew this array to show that 24 is 4 times as many as 6.

Write an equation which shows this.

  • A 1 0 = 4 × 6
  • B 1 0 = 4 + 6
  • C 2 4 = 4 + 6
  • D 2 4 = 4 × 6
  • E 6 = 2 4 × 4

Q5:

Sophia is buying gnomes for her garden. Each gnome costs $9. She spent $27 in total.

Which model will help you find how many gnomes she bought?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Which of these equations describes how many gnomes she bought?

  • A × 9 = 2 7
  • B × 2 7 = 9
  • C 2 7 × 9 =

How many gnomes did she buy?

Q6:

The number of colored squares is × .

  • A 4 × 9
  • B 4 × 2
  • C 4 × 7
  • D 4 × 8

Q7:

James drew this to show that 36 is 4 times as many as 9.

Write an equation which shows this.

  • A 1 3 = 4 × 9
  • B 9 = 3 6 × 4
  • C 3 6 = 4 + 9
  • D 3 6 = 4 × 9
  • E 1 3 = 4 + 9

Q8:

Find the missing number.