Multiplication Facts 0-12

Double Digit by Single Digit

Double Digit by Double Digit

Vocabulary

Word Problems

10

2 x 8 =

16

10

22 x 9 =

198

10

36 x 25 =

900

10

This Property states that any number multiplied by 0 equals 0

example: 3 x 0 = 0

a. commutative property

b. identity property of multiplication

c. zero property of multiplication

c. zero property of multiplication

10

There are 12 students in Mr. C's class. How many total student fingers are there in Mr. C's class?

12 x 10 = 120

20

4 x 6 =

24

20

34 x 6 =

204

20

15 x 29

435

20

This property states that any number multiplied by 1 equals that number.

ex: 4 x 1 = 4

a. commutative property

b. identity property of multiplication

c. zero property of multiplication

b. identity property of multiplication

20

Kerry is delivering newspapers. There are 72 houses on Kerry's paper route. Each house gets one newspaper. How many newspapers will Kerry deliver?

72 x 1 = 72

30

6 x 7 =

42

30

56 x 7 =

392

30

86 x 78 =

6,708

30

These two numbers are called:a. products

b. factors

c. multiples

b. factors

30

Tamara eats 15 grapes on Tuesday. She eats 9 grapes on Wednesday. How many grapes does she eat all together?

24

40

12 x 9 =

108

40

68 x 3 =

204

40

92 x 34 =

3,128

40

This property states that the order of the factors does NOT change the product.

ex. 4 x 5 = 20. and 5 x 4 = 20

a. identity property of multiplication

b. commutative property

c. distributive property

b. commutative property

40

Mrs. Romero gives stickers to her students when they do well on exams. She estimates that she will need 4 stickers for each student. If there are 33 students in her class, how many stickers will she need?

33 x 4 = 132

50

12 x 12 =

144

50

97 x 6 =

582

50

38 x 99 =

3,762

50

This number is called:

a. factor

b. multiple

c. product

c. product

50

Brooke picked raspberries from her garden. She picked 8 pints and 17 raspberries fit into a pint. How many raspberries did Brooke pick?

17 x 8 = 136

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