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Worksheet: Multiplying Four- and Five-Digit Numbers by Two-Digit Numbers

Q1:

Calculate 6 1 8 3 × 9 8 .

  • A 608 934
  • B 605 734
  • C 615 934
  • D 605 934

Q2:

Calculate 8 2 6 8 × 4 5 .

  • A 374 060
  • B 371 860
  • C 412 060
  • D 372 060

Q3:

Calculate 9 4 6 8 × 2 4 .

  • A 231 232
  • B 227 032
  • C 237 232
  • D 227 232

Q4:

Calculate 1 7 3 8 9 × 2 3 .

  • A 401 947
  • B 399 547
  • C 429 947
  • D 399 947

Q5:

Calculate 3 4 6 2 5 × 8 6 .

  • A 2 979 750
  • B 2 977 550
  • C 2 987 750
  • D 2 977 750

Q6:

Calculate 4 7 2 5 3 × 8 8 .

  • A 4 160 264
  • B 4 158 064
  • C 4 188 264
  • D 4 158 264

Q7:

Calculate 5 7 8 3 9 × 5 1 .

  • A 2 951 789
  • B 2 949 489
  • C 2 969 789
  • D 2 949 789

Q8:

Calculate 6 1 9 3 6 × 1 2 .

  • A 746 232
  • B 743 032
  • C 753 232
  • D 743 232

Q9:

Calculate 7 9 3 5 9 × 1 8 .

  • A 1 430 462
  • B 1 428 262
  • C 1 478 462
  • D 1 428 462

Q10:

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

Amelia says to calculate 2 3 8 9 × 7 0 and 2 3 8 9 × 6 .

Noah says to calculate 2 3 8 9 × 7 and 2 3 8 9 × 6 .

Who is correct?

  • AAmelia
  • BNoah

Q11:

Calculate 4 1 7 5 × 8 1 .

  • A 37 575
  • B 4 256
  • C 75 150
  • D 338 175
  • E 375 750