# Lesson Worksheet: Multiplying a Four-Digit Number by a Two-Digit Number Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice multiplying a four-digit number by a two-digit number.

**Q12: **

Use the partial products method to evaluate .

**Q13: **

Evaluate using the partial products method.

**Q14: **

Use column multiplication to find the answer to the following.

**Q15: **

A chocolate factory produces 4,532 bars of chocolate per day. If it sells each bar for $18, how much does the factory make per day?

**Q16: **

Use the grid method to evaluate .

**Q17: **

Use the expanded form to evaluate .

**Q18: **

The number of tickets sold in a movie theater this week is 3,445 tickets. If a ticket costs $14, what is the profit gained by the movie theater this week?

**Q19: **

Jacob correctly multiplies a four-digit number by a two-digit number. What is the greatest possible result he could get?

**Q20: **

Find the product of the following multiplication:

**Q21: **

True or False: The product of 7,952 and 38 is the same as the product of 3,976 and 76.

- ATrue
- BFalse

**Q22: **

Madison wants to solve the multiplication problem .

Fill in the blanks: She can add the product of 3,214 and to the product of 3,214 and to get the answer .

- A20, 1, 67,494
- B3,214, 20, 38,568
- C3,214, 2, 9,642
- D3,214, 2, 67,494
- E3,214, 20, 67,494

**Q23: **

Anthony and Emma want to solve the multiplication problem . They use this method:

- First, Anthony multiplies 3,425 by 6.
- Next, Emma doubles Anthony’s result.
- Finally, Anthony adds the number he got to the number Emma got.

Fill in the blanks: Their method gave answer of .

- Aa correct, 41,100
- Ba correct, 61,650
- Can incorrect, 41,100
- Dan incorrect, 20,550
- Ean incorrect, 61,650

**Q24: **

Charlotte is trying to find by filling in the area model below with partial products. However, one of her partial products is incorrect.

Fill in the blanks to describe how she can fix her error: She can change to .

- A240, 2,400
- B80,000, 8,000
- C720, 7,200
- D1,800, 18,000
- E3,200, 32,000

What should she get for ?

**Q25: **

Consider the following multiplication problem:

Which partial products in the multiplication problem are correct?

- ABoth 39,536 and 225,920
- BOnly 225,920
- CNeither 39,536 nor 225,920
- DOnly 39,536