 ## Grade 4 Math: Multiplication: Two and Three Digit

### Two Digit Multiplication: Three Digit Answers – All Steps

In this lesson, students learn to use the standard algorithm to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number when regrouping is required.

In doing the multiplication problems students are required to show the results of regrouping as notations at the top of the problem.

Each digit in the answer and the notations used for regrouping are evaluated separately and feedback is provided for each.

In this lesson, students use the standard algorithm to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number when regrouping is required.

In doing the multiplication problems students are not required to show the results of regrouping as notations at the top of the problem, but only enter their final answer, which is evaluated in its entirety.

### Three Digit Multiplication: All Steps

In this lesson, students learn to use the standard algorithm to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number when regrouping is required in both the tens place and the hundreds place.

In doing the multiplication problems students are required to show the results of regrouping as notations at the top of the problem.

Each digit in the answer and the notations used for regrouping are evaluated separately and feedback is provided for each.

### Three Digit Multiplication: Answer Only

In this lesson, students use the standard algorithm to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number when regrouping is required in the tens place and the hundreds place.

In doing the multiplication problems students are not required to show the results of regrouping as notations at the top of the problem, but only enter their final answer, which is evaluated in its entirety.

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