# Multiplication Facts Worksheets

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```					Multiplication Facts

By: Mushooda
Mehmood

ECE 8814 / 01
Contents

   QCC Standards
   Zero’s Pattern
   One’s Pattern
   Two’s Pattern
   Five’s Pattern
   Ten’s Pattern
   Real Life Applications – Build a Garden
   Scanned Picture
QCC Standards

 Standard   43

 Standard   42

 Standard   45
Multiplication Facts
are easiest to learn when...

 You  can find patterns.
 You can use songs.
 You can use stories.
 You can relate them to what you
Zero’s Pattern
0 times any number is 0

0 x2=0
0 x 3 = 0
0 x 8 = 0
0 x 1 = 0
0 x 0 = 0
0 x 4 = 0
What is

0x9=0
One’s Pattern
1 times any number is equal to the
number

1 x5=5
1 x 7 = 7
1 x 6 = 6
1 x 1 = 1
1 x 8 = 8
1 x 9 = 9
What is

1x5=5
Two’s Pattern
Multiplying any number by 2 is the
same as doubling the number.

2  x3=6
 2 x 7 = 14
2 x 4 = 8
2 x 1 = 2
2 x 2 = 4
 2 x 9 = 18
What is

2 x 5 = 10
Five’s Pattern
Step 1
Cut the number you are multiplying in half

5  x 3 = 1.5
 5 x 7 = 3.5
5 x 8 = 4
 5 x 1 = .5
5 x 2 = 1
5 x 6 = 3
Five’s Pattern
Step 2
If you are multiplying an odd number,
drop the decimal point

5 x3=     1 . 5
5 x 7 =   3. 5
5 x 5 =   2. 5
5 x 1 =     . 5
5 x 9 =   4 .5
What is

5 x 7 =3 5
What is

5 x 3 =1 5
What is

5 x 9 =4 5
What is

5 x 5 =2 5
Five’s Pattern
Step 3
If you are multiplying an even number,

5  x2=      1   0
5 x 6 =     3   0
5 x 4 =     2   0
5 x 8 =     4   0
 5 x 10 =   5   0
What is

5 x 8 =4 0
What is

5 x 6 =3 0
What is

5 x 4 =2 0
What is

5 x 2 =1 0
Nine’s Pattern
Step 1
Subtract 1 from number you
are multiplying

9 x3=2
9 x 7 = 6
9 x 8 = 7
9 x 1 = 0
9 x 2 = 1
9 x 6 = 5
Nine’s Pattern
Step 2
Add a 2nd number that totals nine with
the 1st number

9 x3=2      +
7=    9   9  x 3 = 27
9 x 7 = 6
+
3=    9    9 x 7 = 63
9 x 8 = 7   +2 =    9    9 x 8 = 72
9 x 1 = 0   +9 =    9   9 x 1 = 9
9 x 2 = 1   +8 =    9    9 x 2 = 18
9 x 6 = 5   +4 =    9    9 x 6 = 54
What is

9 x 7 =6 3
What is

9 x 8 =7 2
What is

9 x 9 =8 1
What is

9 x 6 =5 4
What is

9 x 5 =4 5
What is

9 x 3 =2 7
What is

9 x 4 =3 6
What is

9 x 2 =1 8
Ten’s Pattern
Add a zero to the number that you are
multiplying by ten

 10 x2=     20
 10 x 4 =   40
 10 x 6 =   60
 10 x 8 =   80
What is

10 x 6 = 6 0
What is

10 x 2 = 2 0
Real Life Applications
You have been selected to
build a Garden!
The town council of Stone Mountain
decides to beautify the town.

They build square flower
beds of different sizes
and surround them with
square tiles.

Take a look.
1 by 1 bed

2 by 2 bed

3 by 3 bed
What is the area of the 1 by 1 bed
excluding the tiles?
1x1=1

What is the area of the 1 by 1
bed including the tiles?
3x3=9
Similarly, work out:

….the area of the 2 by 2 bed
excluding the tiles.

2x2=4
…the area of the 2 by 2 bed
including the tiles.
4 x 4 = 16
Now, the 3 by 3 flower bed….

… area excluding the tiles… ?

3x3=9

… area including the tiles… ?
5 x 5 = 25
bar graph.
50
45
40
35
30
1 by 1 bed
25
2 by 2 bed
20
3 by 3 bed
15
5 by 5 bed
10
5
0
without     with
tiles      tiles
pie chart.

1 by 1 bed
2 by 2 bed
3 by 3 bed
5 by 5 bed
Flower bed     1x1     2x2 3x3      ?x?
Flower bed     3x3     4x4 5x5      ?x?
with tiles

Interesting Pattern!

   Video Clip: Multiplication of signed numbers

   Multiplication Worksheets

   Multiplication Practice
UH!!
Shouldn’t you be doing
Fun Stuff !!

Practice the Times Tables
Interactive Flash Cards - Play by yourself or
with a partner.

Hidden Picture
Solve the multiplication problems to reveal a
hidden picture.
Standard 43

Relates concrete and
pictorial models to
multiplication and
division.
Standard 45

Determines basic
multiplication facts
through 9 x 9.
Standard 42

Multiplies whole
numbers by one digit
numbers.

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