# Multiplication Worksheets for 3rd Grade 2-Digits by 1-Digit

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## Multiplication Worksheets for 3rd Grade

### How to Multiply a 2-Digit Number by a Single Digit

#### How to Multiply a 2-Digit number by a Single Digit

Step 1) Multiply the ones digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit.

• Write the number of ones below the line in the ones place.
• Carry over any tens and write them above the number in the tens place.

5 x 7 = 35. Write the 5 below the line in the ones place. Carry over 3 tens. Step 2) Multiply the tens digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit, adding on any tens that you carried over.

• Write the number below the line in the tens place (or in the hundreds and tens place if the answer has 2 digits).

5 x 3 = 15. 15 + 3 = 18. Write the 1 in the hundreds place and 8 in the tens place below the line. 37 x 5 = 185.

### Multiplication for 3rd Grade Worked Examples

#### Example 2) Work out 65 x 4. Step 1) Multiply the ones digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit. Write the number of ones below the line in the ones place. Carry over any tens.

4 x 5 = 20. We write 0 in the ones place below the line. There are 2 tens to carry over. Step 2) Multiply the tens digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit, adding on any extra tens you carried over.

Write the answer below the tens digit.

4 x 6 = 24. 24 + 2 = 26. We write the 2 in the hundreds place and 6 in the tens place under the line. This gives us a final answer of 260. #### Example 3) Work out 37 x 5. Step 1) Multiply the ones digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit. Write the number of ones below the line in the ones place. Carry over any tens.

5 x 7 = 35. We write 5 in the ones place below the line. There are 3 tens to carry over. Step 2) Multiply the tens digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit, adding on any extra tens you carried over.

Write the answer below the tens digit.

5 x 3 = 15. 15 + 3 = 18. We write the 1 in the hundreds place and 8 in the tens place under the line. This gives us a final answer of 185. #### Example 4) Work out 48 x 7. Step 1) Multiply the ones digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit. Write the number of ones below the line in the ones place. Carry over any tens.

7 x 8 = 56. We write 6 in the ones place below the line. There are 5 tens to carry over. Step 2) Multiply the tens digit of the 2-digit number by the single digit, adding on any extra tens you carried over.

Write the answer below the tens digit.

7 x 4 = 28. 28 + 5 = 33. We write the 3 in the hundreds place and 3 in the tens place under the line. This gives us a final answer of 336. ### More Recommended Math Worksheets

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