Multiplication: 2 digits by 1 digit Multiplication: 3 digits by 1 digit Multiplication: 4 digits by 1 digit Multiplication with Zeros Write an equation

100

138
23 x 6

100

900
225 x 4

100

10,338
3,446 x 3

100

832
208 x 4

100

A. 6 x 56 = c B. c = 336 cards
Kris organized his baseball cards into rows. He had 6 rows with 56 cards in each row. A. Write an equation to show how many cards Kris had in all. B. Solve the equation.

200

336
48 x 7

200

n=5
Find the value of n. 456 x n = 2280

200

32,742
5,457 x 6

200

21,560
3,080 x 7

200

A. (7 x 34) + 13 = s B. 251 stickers
Kelsey had 7 rows of 34 stickers. She got 13 more from Meghan. A. Write an equation to show how many stickers Kelsey has in all. B. Solve the equation.

300

648
72 x 9

300

5,152
736 x 7

300

33,890
6,778 x 5

300

$112.40
$14.05 x 8

300

24 x 6 = m; m = $144
Robert makes $24 an hour. Write an equation to show how much money Robert will make in 6 hours and then solve the equation.

400

234
39 x 6

400

3,432
858 x 4

400

39,912
4,989 x 8

400

360,414
40,046 x 9

400

$18 - (6 x $2.50) = $18 - $15 = $3
Ryan had $18. If he bought 6 video games for $2.50 each, how much money did he have left over?

500

392
98 x 4

500

1,734
289 x 6

500

23,888
5,972 x 4

500

$162.24
Jessica earns $27.04 per hour. How much will she earn in 6 hours?

500

$35 - $15.30 = $19.70, and $19.70 - $7.96 = $11.74, so Trevor had $11.74 left.
Trevor had $35. He bought 1 football for $15.30 and 2 pairs of socks for $3.98 each. How much money does Trevor have left?

Chapter 10: Multiplication by 1-Digit

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