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Double Digit Multiplication Strategies

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Using the box method, multiply 22 by 18.

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1. Using the partial product method, how would you break up the the numbers 72 times 56?

2. Using the box method, which of the following are the four numbers that would show up in the four boxes when 29 and 34 are being multiplied?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test your ability to solve double digit multiplication problems with the box method, the partial product method, and the traditional method. The practice problems in this assessment will allow you to practice solving problems using these three mathematical methods.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This mathematical assessment will allow you to practice:

  • The box method of multiplication
  • Breaking up numbers using the partial product method
  • The traditional multiplication method
  • Identifying the method that does not require you to break up numbers to solve the problem

Skills Practiced

In this quiz/worksheet combo, you will practice the following skills:

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve double digit multiplication problems
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as box method and partial product method
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding using the traditional method in multiplication

Additional Learning

Learn more about double digit multiplication methods with the accompanying lesson called Double Digit Multiplication Strategies. Objectives covered in this lesson include:

  • Describing the traditional method
  • Providing a step-by-step example of the traditional method of double digit multiplication
  • Detailing the three steps of the box method
  • Explaining step by step the partial product method
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