Triple Times Triple Digit Multiplication Worksheets
How to Perform Triple Digit Multiplication  Tripledigit multiplication is the task where the actual challenge begins. Difficult levels enter a whole new level when you are attempting to multiply two tripledigit numbers. It is not even about the difficulty level, but the time taken to solve such sums when you are attempting them for the first time. Later on, they can be made easy via constant practice, but during the initial few attempts, they can seem a bit difficult and time taking. While performing tripledigit multiplication, the initial steps for the process are the same. First, you write both the numbers in rows, one underneath the other. Then you multiply each digit of the number from the lower row with each digit of the number in the upper row. After obtaining all the answers, you just add them to obtain the final answer.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the triple digit multiplication as a repeated procedure. Provides two practice problems.
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly larger numbers than the basic lesson. Also provides 2 practice problems.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 triple digit multiplication problems. Answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 triple digit multiplication problems. Another set for you.
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Homework Worksheet
12 triple digit multiplication practice problems. An example problem is worked out as well.
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Skill Quiz
10 triple digit multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 Mixed Triple Digit multiplication problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
12 Mixed Triple Digit Multiplication problems for students to work on at home. An example problem is provided and explained.
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Skill Quiz
10 Mixed Triple Digit Multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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What's This?
Take the onedigit number you are multiplying by nine and
insert a zero to its right.
Then subtract the original number from it.
For example: if the problem is 9 x 6,
insert a zero to the right of the six,
then subtract six:
9 x 6 = 60  6 = 54