Quadruple Digit Multiplication Worksheets
How to Perform Quadruple Digit Multiplication  Multiplication is, in itself, a simple mathematical operation to perform. But that depends on the number of digits involved in two numbers that are being multiplied. If two doubledigit numbers are being multiplied by each other, the multiplication can surely be an easy task to perform. But as we increase the number of digits, the level of difficulty increases. Multiplication with three and then four digits can be a lengthy task to do. But it can be done with speed if one keeps on practicing it, and through practice, it can also be made easy. Multiplying two fourdigit numbers can be lengthy at first, but the difficulty level can be decreased, and those sums can be solved if practiced daily. The task is pretty simple. First, you write both the numbers in a column and then multiply each digit of the lower row with each digit in the upper row. We keep on repeating this task until every digit of the lower row gets multiplied with every digit of the upper row. Finally, we add all the columns in the answer section to get the final answer.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to carry out long digit multiplication. 1. Start with the product of 2 from under ones place. 2. Take the product of 3 from under the tens place. Place a 0 in the ones column. The example shows an X. 3. Take the product of 4 from under hundreds place. Place a 0 in the ones and tens column. The example shows an XX. 4. Add all these products. 5. Required Product = 616,896.
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses place value analysis to complete quadruple digit multiplication.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 quadruple digit multiplication problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Features 20 quadruple digit multiplication problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Has 12 quadruple digit multiplication problems. An example problem provided and explained.
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Skill Quiz
10 quadruple digit Multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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Crazy Nines!
To multiply a number by 9, count back one from that number to get the beginning of your product. (5 x 9: 5 1 = 4). To get the rest of your answer think 4 + ? = 9 That number is the ones unit of your answer. 4 + 5 = 9 and your answer is 45!