Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Math Patterns

Estimation

Multiplication

Word Problems

100

The answer to a multiplication problem is call __________.

What is the product?

100

3x400

1200

100

Round to the greatest place value.
1,326 x 2

2,000

100

63 x 3

189

100

A pack of typical markers holds 8 markers. If we bought everyone in our class of 24 students a pack, how many markers would we have all together?

24 x 8 = 192 markers

200

A(n) _________ is a number that is close to an exact value.

What is an estimate?

200

5x90

450

200

Round to the greatest place value.
6,225 x 4

24,000

200

45 x 7

315

200

There are 52 stickers per sheet and 8 sheets in a package. How many stickers are there total?

52 x 8 = 416 stickers

300

A number that divides a whole number evenly is called a _________. It is also a number that is multiplied by another number.

What is a factor?

300

4x6000

24,000

300

There are 42 rows of 9 chairs in the gym. About how many chairs are there?

360 chairs

300

612 x 4

2,448

300

Marco and his 3 brothers earned $457 each mowing lawns during the summer. How much did they earn all together?

4 x $457 = $1,828

400

To use __________, find the product for the ones, tens, and so forth separately, and then add them together.

What is partial products?

400

60x70

4,200

400

A ski resort has 380 rooms that can fit 6 people each. About how many people total can the resort hold?

2,400 people

400

227 x 8

1,816

400

Mr. Powner and his 6 siblings bought computers for $486. How much money did they spend?

7 x $486 = $3,402

500

A ___________ of a number is the product of that number and any whole number.

What is a multiple?

500

70x800

56,000

500

Celine is estimating the number of tiles in a mosaic. There are 7 different colors and 1,725 tiles of each color. What would Celine's estimate of tiles be rounding to the greatest place value?

14,000 tiles

500

4807 x 7

33,649

500

There are 1,440 minutes in a day. How many minutes are in one week?

1,440 minutes x 7 (days) = 10,080 minutes

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