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Worksheet: Multiplying a Multidigit Number by a One-Digit Number Using Expanded Form

Q1:

Evaluate the expression without using a calculator.

Q2:

James spilled ink on his multiplication homework. Write the numbers that are covered in ink.

Q3:

Fill in the missing digits:

  • A5, 9
  • B8, 3
  • C4, 9
  • D5, 6

Q4:

Look at how Charlotte found that 3 6 × 3 = 1 0 8 .

  1. Multiply the tens.
  2. Multiply the ones.
  3. Add.

Use her method to find the following products.

Q5:

Partitioning a number into column values helps us to multiply quickly. Partial products are added together to find the total.

Benjamin has used this strategy to show that 3 6 × 7 = 2 5 2 .

Use the same strategy to find the product of 48 and 9.

Q6:

Hannah used 1 3 = 1 0 + 3 to solve 8 × 1 3 .

Use her method to answer these questions.

Q7:

Fill in the missing digits:

  • A6, 6
  • B6, 5
  • C6, 4
  • D5, 9
  • E5, 6