# Lesson Worksheet: Multiplying Odd and Even Numbers Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice using multiplication tables to investigate the result of multiplying odd and even numbers.

Q1:

Michael is using this multiplication table to investigate odd and even numbers.

He started to color all the products made by multiplying 2 even numbers. Which number has he missed?

All of the numbers he colored are even. Think about other products.

Is the product of 6 and 8 even or odd?

• AOdd
• BEven

Finish the sentence: When you multiply an even number by an even number, the answer is an number.

• AEven
• BOdd

Q2:

In this multiplication table, Charlotte colored all the even products blue and all the odd products green.

Look for patterns in the table to decide whether the products of the following multiplications are even or odd.

• AEven
• BOdd

• AOdd
• BEven

• AOdd
• BEven

• AEven
• BOdd

• AEven
• BOdd

Q3:

In this multiplication table, Chloe colored all the numbers that are the product of 3 and an odd number.

She noticed that all the numbers she colored were odd.

Investigate the following.

Is 6 times an odd number odd or even?

• AEven
• BOdd

Is 7 times an odd number odd or even?

• AEven
• BOdd

Fill in the blank: The product of an odd number and an odd number is .

• Aalways even
• Balways odd
• Csometimes even and sometimes odd

Q4:

Use the given multiplication table to answer the following.

Fill in the blank: .

Fill in the blank: The answer is an number.

• Aeven
• Bodd

Q5:

Use the given multiplication table to answer the following questions.

What is ?

Fill in the blank: The answer is an number.

• Aeven
• Bodd

Q6:

The product of two consecutive odd numbers is 15. What are the numbers?

• A5, 10
• B1, 15
• C2, 4
• D4, 74
• E3, 5

Q7:

Is the result of an even number?

• AYes
• BNo

Q8:

Is the result of an odd number?

• AYes
• BNo

Q9:

Is the result of an odd number?

• AYes
• BNo

Q10:

Which of the following numbers will have an even product when multiplied by 3?

• A3
• B7
• C9
• D4