Triple Times Double Digit Multiplication Worksheets
How to Multiply Double and TripleDigit Numbers  Multiplication involves two types of numbers, namely, the multiplicand and the multiplier. The multiplicand is the number that gets multiplied, and the multiplier is the number that you are multiplying with. Doubledigitand tripledigit multiplication is similar to singledigit multiplication and means single digit multiplication done more than once. We start the multiplication by multiplying the number present in the ones place and moving on to multiplying the numbers present in the tens place. Here are the steps that will help you perform doubledigitand tripledigit multiplication quickly. First, we will correctly write the sum. We will place the multiplier at the bottom and write the multiplicand at the top. Once the problem is written, we will start multiplying the ones digit of the multiplier by the ones digit of the multiplicand. Next, we will move to multiply the digits written in the tens place. Multiply the tens place of the multiplier with the tens place of the multiplicand. But remember to write a 0 before starting the to multiply the tens place. We will continue the same multiplication with the hundreds place of the multiplicand.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to multiply three digit and two digit numbers. Walks students through three step process. 1. Multiply 345 by 6 and write the product of 2070 under the units place. 2. Multiply 345 by 9 and write the product of 3105 under the tens place. 3. Add all the partial products to get the answer.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 triple digit times double digit multiplication problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Has 12 triple times double digit multiplication problems. An example problem is worked out as well.
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