Lesson Worksheet: Multiplicative Comparison Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling multiplicative comparison problems with bar models and equations and solving the problems by multiplying and dividing numbers up to 100.

Q1:

Find the missing number.

30 is 6 times greater than .

Q2:

Select the statement that matches the following equation: 72=9×8.

  • A72 is 8 times as many as 8.
  • B8 is 9 times as many as 72.
  • C72 is 9 times as many as 9.
  • D72 is 9 times as many as 8.
  • E9 is 72 times as many as 8.

Q3:

Select the equation that matches the following statement: 56 is 8 times as many as 7.

  • A8=56×7
  • B56=8×7
  • C8=56+7
  • D7=56×8
  • E56=8+7

Q4:

Find the missing number.

is 4 times greater than 7.

Q5:

Fill in the blank: When I multiply 12 by 15, the answer is 12 times than 15.

  • Aless
  • Bgreater

Q6:

Which of the following states the relationship between the numbers 90 and 9?

  • A90 is 10 less than 9.
  • B90 is 10 times as small as 9.
  • C90 is 10 times as large as 9.
  • D90 is 10 more than 9.

Q7:

Find the missing number.

18 is times greater than 3.

Q8:

Compare the bar models to find the missing number.

Charlotte’s expression is times larger than Daniel’s expression.

Q9:

The snake is 5 times as long as the caterpillar.

The caterpillar is 3 cubes long.

Pick the model that shows how long the snake is.

  • A
  • B
  • C

How many cubes long is the snake?

Q10:

Compare the bar models to find the missing number.

Jennifer’s expression is times larger than David’s expression.

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