Math Grade 3 Quiz Multiplying OneDigit Numbers by Multiples of 10 – 3.NBT.A.3
This standard introduces students to the concept of multiplying onedigit numbers with multiples of 10 ranging between 10 and 90. The foundation for this is laid using place value understanding and the properties of operations, making it easier for students to recognize patterns and use shortcuts effectively.
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What is the product of 7 and 50?
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If you multiply 6 with 80, what is the result?
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Using the commutative property, which equation is equivalent to 4 × 70?
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Which of the following represents 5 multiplied by 60?
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What is 3 × 40?
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The result of multiplying 8 by which multiple of 10 is 560?
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9 multiplied by which of the following gives a product of 630?
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Question 8 of 10
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Based on place value, what does multiplying a number by 10 achieve?
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Question 9 of 10
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What is the product of 2 and 90?
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Which operation is the opposite of multiplication?
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