# Lesson Worksheet: Commutative Property of Multiplication Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying and applying the commutative property of multiplication to multiply numbers up to 10×10 in any order.

Q1:

Compare the expressions. Pick the symbol that is missing. • A>
• B<
• C=

Q2:

Use , , or to fill in the blank: .

• A
• B
• C

Q3:

Complete:

Q4:

Compare the expressions. Pick the symbol that is missing. • A<
• B>
• C=

Q5: How many squares are in the array with 5 rows of 3?

How many squares are in the array with 3 rows of 5?

What equation does this prove?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q6: This equation describes 3 groups of 6. What number is missing?

Write an equation to describe 6 groups of 3.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Find the missing number in .

Q7: How many triangles are there in 4 groups of 3?

Compare this to the number of triangles in 3 groups of 4.

• AThere are fewer triangles in 3 groups of 4.
• BThere is the same number in 3 groups of 4.
• CThere are more triangles in 3 groups of 4.

Q8:

Complete the following: .

Q9:

Complete: .

Q10:

If and , complete the following: .

Q11:

Benjamin knows that when you multiply, you can change the order of the factors. So Does this work when we divide? • AYes
• BNo

Q12:

Madison is skip counting to solve . How else could she skip count to find ?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Which other equation would this solve?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q13:

Jackson knows that, when you multiply, you can change the order of the factors. So,

Isabella says that this works when you divide, so

Is she correct?

• AYes
• BNo

Q14:

Compare the expressions. Pick the symbol that is missing. • A
• B
• C

Q15:

Find the missing numbers. .

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