Worksheet: Multiplying a Four-Digit Number by a Two-Digit Number

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

Q1:

Calculate 8,268×45.

  • A412,060
  • B371,860
  • C372,060
  • D374,060

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.

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

Q4:

Calculate 17,389×23.

  • A429,947
  • B399,547
  • C399,947
  • D401,947

Q5:

Calculate 79,359×18.

  • A1,478,462
  • B1,428,262
  • C1,428,462
  • D1,430,462

Q6:

Calculate 47,253×88.

  • A4,188,264
  • B4,158,064
  • C4,158,264
  • D4,160,264

Q7:

Calculate 34,625×86.

  • A2,987,750
  • B2,977,550
  • C2,977,750
  • D2,979,750

Q8:

Calculate 61,936×12.

  • A753,232
  • B743,032
  • C743,232
  • D746,232

Q9:

Calculate 57,839×51.

  • A2,969,789
  • B2,949,489
  • C2,949,789
  • D2,951,789

Q10:

Calculate 48,268×7.

  • A367,876
  • B337,776
  • C337,876
  • D340,876

Q11:

Calculate 6,183×98.

  • A615,934
  • B605,734
  • C605,934
  • D608,934

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