# Worksheet: Patterns in Multiplication Tables

In this worksheet, we will practice describing a pattern using a multiplication table and using properties to check this pattern in word problems.

Q1:

Describe the rule for the number pattern

.

• A count backward by 6
• B count forward by 7
• C count backward by 7

Q2:

In this chart of numbers from 1 to 50, Sameh has colored all of the multiples of 4 starting at 4.

What are the next 3 multiples?

• A56, 60, 64
• B51, 55, 59
• C52, 60, 64
• D52, 56, 60
• E48, 52, 56

He notices that the ones digits follow a repeating pattern.

Write the repeating part of this pattern.

• A4, 8, 2, 6, 0
• B4, 8, 0, 2, 6
• C4, 2, 8, 6, 0
• D8, 4, 2, 6, 0
• E8, 4, 0, 2, 6

Q3:

In this multiplication table, Amira colored all the even products blue and all the odd products green.

Look for patterns in the table to decide if the following products are even or odd.

• Aeven
• Bodd

• Aeven
• Bodd

• Aeven
• Bodd

• Aodd
• Beven

• Aeven
• Bodd

Q4:

Use the table to find the price of 6 teddy bears.

 Number of Teddy Bears cost 2 5 6 8 10 \$8 \$20 \$32 \$40
• A\$27
• B\$30
• C\$24

Q5:

Use the table to find out how many tickets can be bought with \$36.

 Number of Tickets Cost 2 3 6 10 \$18 \$27 \$36 \$54 \$90
• A4
• B5

Q6:

Investigate the number sequence that starts at 7 and uses the rule multiply by 3.

Pick the sentence that describes this sequence.

• AThe numbers swap from odd to even.
• BAll of the numbers except the first one are even.
• CAll of the numbers are odd.

Now, investigate the number sequence that starts at 7 and uses the rule multiply by 4.

Pick the sentence that describes this new sequence.

• AAll of the numbers except the first one are even.
• BThe numbers swap from odd to even.
• CAll of the numbers are odd.

Q7:

Complete the pattern: .

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q8:

Complete the pattern: .

• A
• B
• C
• D