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.

Q1:

Calculate 8,268×45.

Q2:

Amelia and Noah are discussing how to calculate the partial products for this algorithm.

Amelia says to calculate 2,389×70 and 2,389×6.

Noah says to calculate 2,389×7 and 2,389×6.

Who is correct?

  • ANoah
  • BAmelia

Q3:

Calculate 4,175×81.

Q4:

Calculate 17,389×23.

Q5:

Calculate 79,359×18.

Q6:

Calculate 47,253×88.

Q7:

Calculate 34,625×86.

Q8:

Calculate 61,936×12.

Q9:

Calculate 57,839×51.

Q10:

Calculate 48,268×7.

Q11:

Calculate 6,183×98.

Q12:

Use the partial products method to evaluate 5,784×36.

Q13:

Evaluate 2,532×16 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 5,873×78.

Q17:

Use the expanded form to evaluate 7,542×56.

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: 3008×47

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 3,214×21.

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 3,425×18. 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 7,286×49 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 7,286×49?

Q25:

Consider the following multiplication problem: 5648×4739536225920265456

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

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