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

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

Q1:

Calculate .

Q2:

Fill in the missing number. Complete the calculation.

Q3:

Write the missing digit to complete the standard algorithm. Q4:

Fill in the missing digit. Q5:

How should we start the standard algorithm when calculating ?

• A • B • C • D • E Find this product.

Q6:

Amelia used an area model to work out how many potatoes she could grow from 78 sacks. Each sack contained 596 plants. Amelia says she will grow 41,880 altogether.

• AAmelia has added up incorrectly.
• BAmelia has multiplied the second row by digit value rather than column value of each number.
• CAmelia has forgotten to add the result of multiplying the last column.
• DAmelia has forgotten to multiply the second row by any number.
• EAmelia has multiplied incorrectly in the last column.

Q7:

The cost of one meter of fabric is 45 LE. How much do 626 meters cost?

Q8:

Is , or ?

• A
• B
• C

Q9:

Madison is buying a new car. She has two options to choose from:

1. She can make one large payment of .
2. She can make monthly payments of \$903 every month for 48 months.

Which option is cheaper?

• AB
• BA

How much cheaper is it?

Q10:

An engineer works 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. If he gets paid 25 LE per hour, how much will he get paid in 10 weeks?

Q11:

Calculate .

Q12:

Calculate .

Q13:

Calculate .

Q14:

Calculate .

Q15:

Calculate .

Q16:

Calculate .

Q17:

Calculate .

Q18:

Calculate .

Q19:

Calculate .

Q20:

The Tour de France is a cycling race through France that lasts 21 days. If a cyclist averages 104 miles per day, about how far does he travel?

Q21:

Michael wants to solve the multiplication problem .

Fill in the blanks: He can add the product of 212 and to the product of 212 and to get .

• A20, 4, 5,088
• B212, 20, 5,088
• C212, 2, 1,272
• D212, 20, 12,720
• E212, 2, 5,088

Q22:

Mason multiplies a three-digit number by a two-digit number. What is the greatest possible result he could get?

Q23:

Look carefully at the partial products in this multiplication problem:

Which of the partial products are correct?

• ANeither 1,078 nor 26,950
• BOnly 26,950
• CBoth 1,078 and 26,950
• DOnly 1,078

Q24:

Look carefully at the partial products in this multiplication problem:

Which of the partial products are correct?

• ANeither 1,114 nor 22,680
• BOnly 22,680
• COnly 1,114
• DBoth 1,114 and 22,680

Q25:

Benjamin and Natalie want to multiply 554 by 15.

They use three steps to try to find the answer:

• First, Benjamin multiplies 554 by 10.
• Next, Natalie finds half of Benjamin’s result.
• Finally, Benjamin adds the number he got to the number Natalie got.

Fill in the blanks:

Using this method, the students get a final result of . This is answer to .

• A8,310, an incorrect
• B5,540, an incorrect
• C5,540, the correct
• D8,310, the correct
• E2,770, an incorrect