# Lesson Worksheet: Associative Property of Multiplication Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying and applying the associative property of multiplication to multiply three one-digit numbers with products up to 10×10.

Q1:

To draw a model to show , Chloe draws an array to show and uses the third number to tell her how many copies to make. How can she draw a model to show ?

• A • B • C • D Is there the same number of squares in each model?

• ANo
• BYes

Which equation do the models prove?

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Q2:

Compare the expressions. Pick the symbol that is missing. • A
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• C

Q3:

Sophia drew 5 arrays with 2 rows and 3 columns. Use her picture to find the missing number. .

Find another expression that is equal to .

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Q4:

When we multiply three numbers, we can choose which calculation to do first.

Do the highlighted calculations to find the missing numbers.  What is ?

Q5:

Fill in the blank with the missing factor: .

Q6:

Complete: .

• A1, 2
• B2, 8
• C2, 4
• D4, 8
• E1, 4

Complete: .

Q7:

Fill in the blank with the missing number: .

Q8:

Jackson wants to multiply 2, 3, and 4.

He thinks of grouping them as follows: .

Write another way to group these numbers which shows the associative property.

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