Multiply a 1- or 2-digit number by two 1-digit numbers
Objectives
Student will be able to:
calculate the product of three 1-digit numbers.
calculate the product of a 1- or 2-digit number and two 1-digit numbers.
solve multi-step word problems using multiplication.
Exercises
Complete the exercises. Show all work.
1.
Pam works eight hours each day. She works five days each week. How many hours does Pam work in one month (four weeks)?
Pam works 160 hours in one month.
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2.
Tina does 12 push-ups every morning. There are seven days in a week. How many push-ups does she do in two weeks?
Tina does 168 push-ups in two weeks.
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3.
Greg rides his bike to school and back home five days a week. He lives three miles from school. How many miles does he bike in all each week?
Greg rides 30 miles on his bike each week.
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4.
There are two cups in one pint. There are two pints in one quart. There are four quarts in one gallon. How many cups are in one gallon?
There are 16 cups in one gallon.
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5.
Anita and Brent each planted a flower garden at the park. Both gardens had six rows. Each row had eight rose bushes. How many rose bushes did Anita and Brent plant in all?
Anita and Brent planted 96 rose bushes.
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6.
Volume is the amount an object will hold. To find volume, multiply the object's length times the width times the height. A sandbox is four feet long, three feet wide, and one foot tall. How much sand will the box hold?
The box will hold 12 cubic feet of sand.
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