Lesson Worksheet: Multiplication by 3 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling multiplication by 3 and multiplying 3 by whole numbers up to 10.

Q1:

We can calculate 3×4 using the number line by making 4 jumps of 3 as shown.

Thus, 3×4=12.

Use the number line to find the result of 3×7.

Draw jumps on the number line to find the result of 3×9.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

What is the result of 3×9?

Q2:

Find the missing numbers.

2×3=.

×3=12.

6×3=.

Q3:

What is 3×6?

Q4:

Which of the following numbers lies between the products of 3×1 and 3×2?

  • A5
  • B7
  • C3
  • D6

Q5:

Which of these models represents the multiplication sentence 3×3?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

What is 3×3?

Q6:

How many wings do 3 birds have?

Q7:

Fill in the blank: 3 groups of 8 equals .

Q8:

Which of the following expressions is used to multiply 2 and 3?

  • A23
  • B2×3
  • C3+2
  • D2+3

What is the result of multiplying 2 and 3?

Q9:

Khalid writes down all the multiples of 3 from 3 to 30: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 25, 27, 30.

He makes one mistake.

Which number is wrong?

What number should it be?

Q10:

The following math exam contains 2 questions with 3 grades each.

Which of the following multiplication expressions is used to find the total grade of the exam?

  • A3×3
  • B3×2
  • C2×2
  • D2×4

What is the total grade of the exam?

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