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Resource VIDEO: Multi-Digit Multiplication Part 1
VIDEO: Multi-Digit Multiplication Part 1
  • Created By Ashley Scott
  • Description:
    This Math Antics video is a little over six minutes long. It gives step-by-step instructions on how to multiply a three-digit number and a four-digit number by a one-digit number. The first example they use is 137 x 5, the second is 2, 617 x 4. With both of these expressions, the video uses the standard multiplication algorithm to multiply the whole numbers. This video is best used to supplement instruction, rather than replace it.
  • Purpose:
    To learn how to use the standard multiplication algorithm to multiply multi-digit whole numbers by one-digit whole numbers.
  • Targets: Student, Parent, Teacher
  • Standards:
  • CACCCS.MA.3.3.NBT.3
    3rd Grade
    CACCCS.MA.4.4.NBT.5
    4th Grade
    CACCCS.MA.5.5.NBT.5
    5th Grade



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