4th Grade Multiplication Worksheet

In 4th grade multiplication worksheet we will solve multiplication of 4-digit numbers, properties of multiplication, estimate the product and word problems on multiplication.

I. Fill in the blanks:

(i) Double of 39 – 39 = ……………

(ii) 4 × 12 × 0 × 10 = ……………

(iii) Thrice of 47 – Twice of 47 = ……………

(iv) Product of 11 and 2 + Twice of 50 = ……………

(v) The product of 15 and 4 is same as the product of 12 and ……………

II. Fill in the blanks using properties of multiplication:

(i) 26,853 × __________ = 26,853

(ii) 71,926 × __________ = 0

(iii) 7,532 × 241 = 241 × __________

(iv) 1 × __________ = 2,428


III. Complete the given multiplication pyramids. First one is done for you.

Multiplication Pyramids


IV. Multiply the following

(i) 47 and 62 ……………

(ii) 189 and 54 ……………

(iii) 324 and 107 ……………

(iv) 402 and 533 ……………


V. Multiply:

(i) 624 by 8

(ii) 924 by 6

(iii) 2,492 by 3

(iv) 2,318 by 9

(v) 36 by 92

(vi) 36 by 38

(vii) 605 by 527

(viii) 924 by 135

(ix) 4,197 by 17

(x) 2,186 by 65

(xi) 6042 by 179

(xii) 2,039 by 249


VI. Find the number which is:

(i) Twice of 1297 ………………..

(ii) Thrice of 498 ………………..

(iii) Double of 1557 ………………..



VII. Choose the right answer:

(i) When we multiply a number by 0, the answer is:

(a) 0

(b) 100

(c) Number itself


(ii) When we multiply the numbers, the answer is known as:

(a) Addend

(b) Product

(c) Difference


(iii) When we multiply a number by 1, the answer is:

(a) 0

(b) 100

(c) Number itself




VIII. Choose the right answer and fill in the blank:

369 × 100 = ………………..

(a) 3690

(b) 36900

(c) 369000



IX. Estimate the product by rounding off the given numbers.

Estimate the Product


X. Find the following products:

(i) 587 × 50

(ii) 3,937 × 200

(iii) 2,492 × 90

(iv) 571 × 600

(v) 1,595 × 600

(vi) 624 × 5,000

(vii) 129 × 3,000

(viii) 103 × 9,000



XI. Multiply 3-digit by 2-digit and multiply 4-digit by 2-digit:

(i)

          H     T     O

          6     2     4

         ×     2     7 

       ___________

(ii)

          H     T     O

          4     2     4

         ×     3     5 

       ___________

(iii)

       Th     H     T     O

        1      2     4      7

                ×     2     4 

       _______________

(iv)

       Th     H     T     O

        2      0     1      9

                ×     1     2 

       _______________


XII. Word Problems on Multiplication:

1. There are 101 mango trees in a garden. If there are 423 mangoes in each tree, find the total number of mangoes in the garden.

2. A basket contains 330 oranges. Find the total number of oranges in 221 basket.

3. 46 students can sit in a class. How many students will sit in 327 classes?

4. How much money was collected by 400 students in a school for flood relief fund if each student collected ₹105?

5. Ryan works for a driving company and drove his car for 7 hours each day for 3 weeks. Tania works for OLA and drove her car for 6 hours each day for 4 weeks. Who drove for more hours?

6. There are 296 wild animals in a wild life park. Each animal requires an average of 17 kg of food every day. What is the total quantity of food requirement of the wildlife park each day?


Answers for the 4th Grade Multiplication Worksheet are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


I. (i) 39

(ii) 0

(iii) 47

(iv) 122

(v) 5


II. (i) 1

(ii) 70

(iii) 7,532

(iv) 


III. (ii) 6, 12, 72

(iii) 30, 42, 1260


IV. (i) 2914

(ii) 10206

(iii) 34668

(iv) 214266


V. (i) 4992

(ii) 5544

(iii) 7476

(iv) 20862

(v) 3312

(vi) 1368

(vii) 318835

(viii) 124740

(ix) 71349

(x) 142090

(xi) 1081518

(xii) 507711


VI. (i) 2594

(ii) 1494

(iii) 3114


VII. (i) (a)

(ii) (b)

(iii) (c)


VIII. (b)

IX. (i) 80 × 30; 2400

(ii) 130 × 70; 9100

(iii) 600 × 300; 180000

(iv) 400 × 500; 200000


X. (i) 29350

(ii) 787400

(iii) 224280

(iv) 342600

(v) 957000

(vi) 3120000

(vii) 387000

(viii) 927000


XI. (i) 16848

(ii) 14840

(iii) 29928

(iv) 24228


XII. Word Problems on Multiplication:

1. 42723 mangoes.

2. 72930 oranges.

3. 15042 students.

4. ₹ 42000 

5. Tania

6. 5032 kg

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