Within the third Grade Multiplication Operations Worksheet, we’ll clear up the multiplication of 2-digit quantity and 1-digit quantity with out grouping, multiplication of 2-digit quantity by grouping with 1-digit quantity, multiplication of 3-digit quantity and 1-digit quantity with out including, multiplication. Regrouping 3-digit quantity with 1-digit quantity, multiplication by 10, 20, 30, …..90, product prediction, phrase issues in multiplication.

**one.** Multiplying zero by the smallest four-digit quantity …………….

**2.** 50 × 2 = ………..

**3.** 10 × 0 = ………..

**4.** 15 × ……….. = 150

**5.** 36 × ……….. = 36

**6.** 20 × 20 = ………..

**7.** 121 × ……….. = 121

**8.** 8 × 5 × 9 = 9 ×………..× ………..

**9.** What number of hours are there in 20 days?

**10.** What number of wheels are in 10 vehicles?

**eleventh.** Every cricket staff has 11 gamers. If 20 groups participated within the Cricket League, what number of gamers have been there in complete? Point out the worth you depict from it.

**12.** Mary has 20 flower pots. He planted 32 seeds in every pot. What number of seeds did he plant? Point out the worth you depict from it.

**13. Multiply:**

(i) 26 × 4 =

(ii) 29 × 3 =

(iii) 53 × 5 =

(iv) 146 × 6 =

(v) 34 × 8 =

(vi) 229×4 =

(vii) 405 × 2 =

(viii) 892 × 2 =

**13. Write the product within the bins:**

(i) 398 × _____ = 398

(ii) 408 × _____ = 0

(iii) _____ × 1 = 176

(iv) 234 × 0 = _____

(v) _____ × 39 = 39

(vi) 666 × _____ = 666

(vii) 81 × _____ = 37 × 81

(viii) 53 × _____ = 18 × _____

(ix) _____ × 66 = _____ × 75

**14. Multiply the next:**

(I) 1 3 __________ |
(ii) 1 6 ___________ |

(iii) 5 2 2 ___________ |
(iv) 6 3 3 ___________ |

(v) 1 1 1 ___________ |
(vi) 1 1 2 ___________ |

(vii) 1 1 1 ___________ |
(viii) 1 1 2 ___________ |

(ix) 1 5 ___________ |
(X) 3 7 ___________ |

(xi) eleventh ___________ |
(xii) 1 3 ___________ |

(xi) 3 3 ___________ |
(xii) 2 ___________ |

(xiii) 4 2 ___________ |
(xiv) 1 2 2 ___________ |

(xv) 3 7 2 ___________ |
(xvi) 2 8 2 ___________ |

(xvii) 5 2 5 ___________ |
(xviii) 2 6 0 ___________ |

**I. Tick the proper choices (√):**

(i) product of 32 × 18 –

(one) 435

(b) 576

(d) 252

(d) 646

(ii) Product 65 × eleventh –

(one) 715

(b) 934

(d) 726

(d) 358

(iii) Product 135 × 22 –

(A) 2537

(b) 3847

(d) 2970

(d) 4632

(iv) product of twenty-two × 4 –

(one) 356

(b) 55

(d) 66

(d) 88

II. Circle these with the identical worth in every set:

(i) 50 × 60; 60 × 50; 660×5; 60×5; 6×500

(ii) 40 × 200; 800×2; 2000×4; 20×40; 8×1000

(iii) 300 × 25; 15×3000; 25×30; 3 × 2500; 30 × 250

(iv) 6000 × one; 2 × 3000; 600×30; 200×300; 25 × 250

**III. Sort ‘T’ for True and ‘F’ for False:**

(i) Multiplying any quantity by 0 is all the time 0.

(ii) Multiplying 1 by any quantity is all the time that quantity.

(iii) The product of 77 x 2 is 144.

(iv) The product of 68 x 10 is 780.

(v) The product of 122 x 4 is 488.

(vi) The product of 235 x 12 is 2820.

**IV. Match columns:**

A. 34 × 9 B. 77 × 7 C. 248 × 3 D.2 × 700 to. 375 × 10 F. 22 × 200 |
(i) 744 (ii) 1400 (iii) 4400 (iv) 3750 (v) 539 (vi) 306 |

**14. Phrase Drawback:**

(i) Nina has 3 luggage of cookies. Every bag incorporates 48 cookies. What number of cookies does he have in complete?

(ii) There are 40 apple timber in a backyard. If there are 9 apples on a tree. What number of apples may be obtained from all timber?

(iii) There are 30 days in a month. What number of days are there in 5 months?

(iv) There are 10 songs recorded on a CD. What number of songs may be recorded on such 85 CDs?

(v) Sheelu can kind 75 phrases per minute. What number of phrases will he write in 48 minutes?

(vi) There are 48 chalk sticks in a field. What number of chalk sticks are in 73 such bins?

(vii) There are 145 rows of chairs in a movie show. There are 68 seats in every row. What number of chairs are there within the movie show?

(viii) There are 23 vehicles in a practice. Every coach incorporates 125 seats. What number of seats are there in complete on the practice?

(ix) The common velocity of an airplane is 625 km per hour. How far does it journey in 13 hours?

(x) A person earns 173 per day. How a lot will he earn in a month?

Beneath are the solutions for the grade 3 multiplication worksheet to examine the entire solutions to the above questions.

**Reply:**

**one.** none

**2.** 100

**3.** 0

**4.** 10

**5.** one

**6.** 400

**7.** one

**8.** 9×5×8

**9.** 480 hours

**10.** 40

**eleventh.** 220

**12.** 640

**13. **(i) 104

(ii) 87

(iii) 265

(iv) 876

(v) 272

(vi) 916

(vii) 810

(viii) 1784

14.(me)

**14.** (i) 144

(ii) 360

(iii) 150 days

(iv) 850

(v) 3600

(vi) 3504

(vii) 9860

(viii) 2875

(ix) 8125

(x) 5190

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