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Using Mental Math for Multiplication

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Using only your head, what is 8 * 40?

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1. Using only your brain, what is 6 * 50?

2. Using only the powers of your mind, what is 3 * 40?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Mental multiplication is a great, practical ability to have, and you can see how you're doing with this printable worksheet and interactive quiz. In the quiz, practice questions will ask you to solve multiplication problems using only your brain.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz questions check your abilities in:

  • Multiplying one-digit numbers by tens and hundreds in your head
  • Ignoring the zero to help solve mental math problems
  • Identifying multiples of numbers

Skills Practiced

Showcase your ability to use the following skills in your work:

  • Problem solving - use what you've learned to solve practice multiplication problems using mental math
  • Interpreting information - prove that you can read information regarding multiplying by tens and understand it
  • Reading comprehension - be sure that you get the most important information from the related lesson on mental math and multiplication
  • Information recall - use the knowledge you've gained regarding multiplying single digits by hundreds to answer quiz questions

Additional Learning

Take a look at the related lesson called Using Mental Math for Multiplication in order to keep on learning about this topic. Some of the goals of this lesson include:

  • Define mental math and multiple
  • Explain shortcuts to perform mental multiplication
  • Solve multiplication problems within the lesson using only mental math
  • Understand how to multiply single digits by tens or hundreds
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