# Skill: Multiplying Whole Numbers with Two Digits Or Less

**London Elementary (Week 9)**

**Skill: Multiplying Whole Numbers with Two Digits or Less**

MathGrade 4

This test section contains EIGHT multiple-choice and ONE open-response (short-answer) questions. Pleasemark your answers for the multiple-choice questions in the spaces provided on your**Student Response Booklet**. Mark only one answer for each question. If you do not know the answer, make your best guess.

**DO NOT WRITE ANY ANSWERS IN THIS TEST BOOKLET. WHEN YOU FINISH, DO NOT WORK ON ANY OTHER TEST SECTION.**

1. / 8 x ___ = 48

O / A. / 7

O / B. / 5

O / C. / 6

O / D. / 8

2. / Macy bought 6 shirts for $28 dollars each. What was the total paid for the 6 shirts?

O / A. / $168

O / B. / $128

O / C. / $156

O / D. / $134

3. / Barrett, Alex, and Gabby each spent $9 at the amusement park. How much money did they spend altogether?

O / A. / $24

O / B. / $27

O / C. / $28

O / D. / $26

4. / What is the product of this problem?

15 x 5 = ______

O / A. / 75

O / B. / 55

O / C. / 65

O / D. / 85

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O / A. / $282

O / B. / $272

O / C. / $287

O / D. / $292

6. / Gina wants to make friendship necklaces. She will use 9 beads on each necklace. How many beads does Gina need to make 5 necklaces?

O / A. / 40

O / B. / 45

O / C. / 54

O / D. / 36

7. / 12 x 7 = ______

O / A. / 74

O / B. / 86

O / C. / 79

O / D. / 84

8. / Cooper keeps his race cars in shoe boxes. He has 11 boxes with 8 cars in each. How many race cars does Cooper have?

O / A. / 80

O / B. / 88

O / C. / 77

O / D. / 89

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###### OPEN-RESPONSE QUESTION

Read all parts of the open-response question before you begin. Write your answers to the open-response question in the space provided on your**Student Response Booklet. DO NOT WRITE ANY ANSWERS IN THIS TEST BOOKLET.**

MA-04-1.3.1: Students will analyze real-world problems to identify appropriate representations using mathematical operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world problems with the following constraints:

Multiply whole numbers with two digits or less

DOK 2

Play Tickets

9. / Mr. Cupp is taking a group of 18 students to a play. Each ticket costs 8 dollars.

- Including Mr. Cupp’s ticket, calculate the total cost of the tickets.

- Explain how you got your answer to Part A.

**Do not write on this page. Please write your**

**Answer to this open-response question in**

**the test answer booklet**

###### Student Name______

STOP!

Scoring Guide

SCORE / DESCRIPTION4 / Student correctly calculates the cost of 19 tickets and gives an in-depth explanation as to how they got their answer.

3 / Student correctly calculates the cost of 19 tickets but gave a vague explanation as to how they got their answer. OR, student miscalculated the cost of 19 tickets but gave an in-depth explanation.

2 / Student correctly calculated the cost of 19 tickets but gave no explanation.

1 / Student miscalculated the cost of 19 tickets and gave no explanation.

0 / Student’s response is totally incorrect or irrelevant.

Blank / No student response.

**Annotated Rubric/ Performance Expectations for ORQ**

**Academic Expectation: **

2.7 Students understand number concepts and use numbers appropriately and accurately. DOK 2

2.8Students understand various mathematical procedures and use them appropriately and accurately. DOK 2

Core Content:

**MA-04-1.3.1: Students will analyze real-world problems to identify appropriate representations using mathematical operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world problems with the following restraints:**

**Add and subtract fractions with like denominators less than or equal to 10.**

DOK 2

**Question Ceiling DOK Level: 2Question DOK Level: 2**

**Question Type (circle): Scaffold, Single Dimension/Component, Two or More Relatively Independent Components, Student Choice, Respond to Provided Information**

An appropriate student response should provide evidence of the student’s understanding……….

MA-4-NPO-S-NS7Students will apply whole numbers, commonly used fractions and decimals to represent real-world problems. DOK 2

MA-4-NPO-S-NO1Students will develop and apply computational procedures to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers. DOK 2

For example, an appropriate response to this question would show that the student can

A. The total cost of the tickets is $152.

B. Mr. Cupp needs 19 tickets total. Each ticket is $8. If you multiply 19 by $8, you get the product of $152.

**Essential Vocabulary: **Multiply, Product, Factor

Resources/Technology:

KCCT Math Coach Book, , Harcourt Math Kentucky Test Preparation-CATS,

Sources:

8 Practice Tests For Reading and Math, Scholastic, Michael Priestley; Daily Math Warm-Ups Grade 4, Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company, Inc.; KCCT Math Coach Book; Mastering Basic Skills Fourth Grade, Rainbow Bridge Publishing, Inc.

Grade 4–MathQuestion / First

A.E. / First CC / Second A.E. / Second CC / DOK

Level of MC Question / Answer

Key / Rational/Annotation for MC Questions

1 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1: Students will analyze real-world problems to identify appropriate representations using mathematical operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world problems with the following constraints:

Multiply whole numbers with two digits or less

DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 1 / C / 8 x 6 = 48

2 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 2 / A / $28 x 6 = $168

3 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 2 / B / 3 x $9 = $27

4 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 1 / A / 15 x 5 = 75

5 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 2 / D / 73 x $4 = $292

6 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 2 / B / 9 x 5 = 45

7 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 1 / D / 12 x 7 = 84

8 / 2.7 / MA-04-1.3.1 DOK 2 / 2.8 / DOK Ceiling Level / 2 / B / 11 x 8 = 88

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