Identity Property of Multiplication: Definition & Example


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What is 987654321 * 1?

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1. What other mathematical expression(s) below equal the multiplication expression, 9 * 4?

2. Which of the following real life multiplication problems is NOT an example of the identity property of multiplication?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The identity property of multiplication is a key concept in our multiplication system. To pass this quiz, you will have to understand how this property works and demonstrate your knowledge by solving problems.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will ask you to:

  • Multiply a number by one
  • Break down the process of multiplication
  • Multiply a number and a variable by one
  • Identify a real-life scenario depicting the identity property of multiplication

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine the identity property of multiplication in a different light
  • Knowledge application - draw on your knowledge of the definition of multiplication
  • Problem solving- use acquired information to solve multiplication practice problems

Additional Learning

To brush up on this subject, check out the related lesson called Identity Property of Multiplication: Definition & Example. This lesson covers these topics:

  • Why the identity property of multiplication always works
  • Examples of this property
  • Visual representations of this identity