4.NBT.5 TESTC Multiply a whole number of up to four digits
 Name:    4.NBT.5 TESTC Multiply a whole number of up to four digits

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

The area model for multiplying 81 X 35 is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ________ a. p = 85 c. p =  400 b. p = 2,835 d. p = 40

2.

The area model for multiplying 3,259 X 7 is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 3,500 c. p = 22,813 b. p = 57 d. p = 350

3.

The area model for multiplying 6,461 X 2  is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 80 c. p = 12,922 b. p = 800 d. p = 402

4.

The area model for multiplying 6,461 X 2  is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 80 c. p = 12,922 b. p = 800 d. p = 402

5.

The area model for multiplying 8,385 X 7 is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 5,600 c. p = 58,695 b. p = 87 d. p = 560

6.

The area model for multiplying 5,786  X  6  is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 30,000 c. p = 34,716 b. p = 3,000 d. p = 56,000

7.

The area model for multiplying 69 X 42 is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  ______ a. p = 1,200 c. p = 120 b. p = 62 d. p = 2,898

8.

The area model for multiplying 72  X  29  is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  _______ a. 90 c. 140 b. 1,400 d. 2,088

9.

The area model for multiplying 63 X 51 is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  _______ a. p = 3,000 c. p = 300 b. p = 3,213 d. p = 110

10.

The area model for multiplying 74  X  26  is shown below.  The variable p represents a missing partial product.    p =  _______ a. 24 c. 1924 b. 80 d. 8