# Multi Digit Multiplication Word Problems | Free Worksheet

I will show you some multi digit multiplication word problems with free worksheets in this article. Our grade 4 and grade 5 students will enjoy the worksheets surely. **Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are the fundamental operations of mathematics.** Today, weâ€™ll talk about multiplication and practice multi digit multiplication word problems.

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## 5 Interactive Worksheets on Multi Digit Multiplication Word Problems

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Multi-digit mathematical operations can involve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with numbers that have two or more digits. In this article, we will see multi digit multiplications only based on word problems. This article has additional exercises and activity sheets.

Hopefully, these worksheets and activities will make it easier for you to teach your children the fundamentals of multiplication in a fun and engaging way.

With the aid of these multi-digit multiplication word problems, our kids will be able to master **fundamental mathematics** quickly and actively. These methods are quite effective. These techniques ought to help your young champion create a strong foundation by teaching them the fundamentals of mathematical operation learning. Follow the detailed instructions provided below for the worksheets on story problems of multi digit multiplication

- Single Digit Funny Multiplication
- Double Digit Multiplication
- Grade 5 Students will Love This Triple Digit Multiplication Method
- Is 4 Digit Multiplication Scary?
- 4 Digit by 3 Digit Word Problems

### Single Digit Multiplication for Grade 4 Champs

**Problem 1:** A cow has 4 legs. How many legs will 3 cows have? Look, this is a word problem.

This problem will lead you to do multiplication. As 1 cow has 4 legs. You need to multiply the number of cows to know total the number of legs. So, the total number of legs = number of cows x the number of legs one cow has. Here, the number of cows = 3 and the number of legs one cow has = 4 Therefore, the total number of legs will be = 3Ã—4 = 12.

**Problem 2:** A room has 2 lights. If another 4 rooms have same number of lights. Then what will be the total number of lights?

Here, the problem is similar to the previous problem. You need to multiply the number of rooms and the number of lights in a room to get the total number of lights. So, the number of rooms is 4, and the number of lights in one room is 2. Therefore, the number of total lights will be 4Ã—2 = 8 lights.

### Double Digit Multiplication

Here two problems will be given for your 4th grade kiddos. Hopefully, they will enjoy this activity.

**Problem 1:** A small dairy farm produces 56 gallons of milk in a day. How many gallons of milk will it produce in 5 days?

Here, the number of gallons is 56 and the number of days is 5. So, the total number of gallons will be the product of the number of gallons and days. So the total number of gallons will be 56 x 5 = 280.

**Problem 2:** The auditorium at Western school has 21 rows in all. If each row consists of 78 seats, calculate the total capacity of the auditorium.

Here, the capacity of the whole auditorium will be the product of the number of rows and the number of seats. Therefore the capacity will be = 78 x 21 = 1638. The whole procedure of multiplying double digits is shown in the next picture.

### Grade 5 Students will Love This Triple Digit Multiplication Method

This method is quite hard for 4th graders. But 5th grader kiddos will be able to solve this type of problem. Solve the following problems with them.

**Problem 1:** Anne went to a super shop and found that a pack of sweets cost 102 dollars She wanted to buy 35 packs for her 35 students. How many dollars would be needed for the 35 packs?

Here, the total spent dollars will be found by multiplying the required dollar for one pack of sweets and the no of students. So the total spent dollars will be 102 x 35 = 3570.

**Problem 2: **A Public Library has 223 bookshelves. Every bookshelf has 125 books. How many books does the library have?

Here, the total number of books will be found by multiplying the number of bookshelves and the no of books for each bookshelf. So the total number of books will be 223 x 125 = 27,875. The whole procedure of multiplying triple digits is shown in the next picture.

### Is 4 Digit Multiplication Scary for Grade 5?

Your kiddos may think this kind of problem is quite hard. But donâ€™t panic. Help them to solve this problem.

**Problem 1:** The distance from city A to city B is 24 kilometers. What will be the distance in meters? (1 Kilometer = 1000 meters)

Here, the total distance will be the product of 1000 and 24. So the total distance = 1000 x 24 = 24000.

**Problem 2:** A motor company produces cars at the cost of 1550 dollars per car. If they produce 11 cars in a month, how much dollars do they need to spend?

Here, the total spent dollars will be equal to the product of 1550 and 11. The result will be 17050. The whole procedure of multiplying 4 digits is shown in the next picture.

### 4 Digit by 3 Digit Word Problems

This method is an extensive form of last word problems. Hold the nerve and have the patience to solve these problems.

**Problem 1: **Julia burns 1122 calories daily. How many calories will she burn within a year?

So, here we go. As we know, a year consists of 365 days. So the product of 1122 and 365 will be the total calories she will burn within a year. So the answer is = 1122Ã—365 = 4,09,530 calories.

**Problem 2: **A book has 1825 pages. How many pages will be there if the book number is 221 and every book consists of the same amount of pages?

Here, the total page numbers will be equal to the product of the number of pages and the number of books. Therefore, the answer is = 1825 x 221 = 4,03,325 pages.

## Download Free Printable Worksheet

Please download the following worksheets for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students.

Â This article will show you all the possible methods for story-based multi digit multiplication word problems. I hope these games & worksheets will help you and your kiddos to make a good environment for learning basic mathematical calculations. Hope your kiddos will enjoy the whole activity. If there are any kind comments and suggestions you have for us, feel free to share them in the comment section.

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Hi there! This is Souptik Roy, a graduate of the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, working as a Content Developer for the You Have Got This Math project of SOFTEKO. I am a person with a curious and creative mind. After finishing my Engineering degree, I want to explore different fields. This is why I am working here as a content developer. I have a massive interest in creative content writing. When I find that someone can learn something from my articles, this gives a lot of inspiration. hopefully, you will find interest in my article, if you have a child and want to teach them math with fun.