## Multiplication Methods - Due 14th June, 23:49 HOL time.

Please send all your work to hol.mathematics@gmail.com.

You can send Homework and Extra Credit together or separately, whichever is easier for you.

Please put "Multiplication - HOL ID" in the subject line.

Remember to include your HOL username, ID and House in the main body of your email.

Do not send attachments as they will not be opened.

You can send Homework and Extra Credit together or separately, whichever is easier for you.

Please put "Multiplication - HOL ID" in the subject line.

Remember to include your HOL username, ID and House in the main body of your email.

Do not send attachments as they will not be opened.

## Homework - 30 points available

**Fill in the blanks - 15 points**Below is a times table grid which has been mixed up and lots of answers left blank. Your job is to fill it in, upload it to a photosharing website and send it to me with your homework.

**Multiplications - 15 points, 3 points each**Use one of the methods described in the lesson, or a method of your own, to complete the following long multiplications. You can use a calculator if you wish to check your answers before sending them in but please do not use a calculator to do the sum.

Please do your working out on paper and then either scan it in or photograph it and send this with your answers. If this is going to be a problem please contact me and we'll see what other arrangement we can come to.

1. 54 x 21

2. 76 x 35

3. 98 x 67

4. 312 x 74

5. 273 x 87

## Extra Credit - 30 points

**Opinion Question - 4 points**Which of the three muliplication methods shown was your favourite and why? Was there a method that you struggled to understand or found more difficult than the others?

*Please write in full sentences*

**Multiplication Squares - 6 points, 3 points each**Fill in the boxes below so that the numbers in each row and column multiply together to give the answers around the edges as shown in the example.

**Worded problems - 20 points, 4 points each**Each of the problems below require you to multiply to get the answer. Beware there are some numbers which you don't need and are just there to add confusion. Pick out the important information, complete the multiplication and send me your answers. You do not have to send me your methods but you can if you wish (it helps me to correct any mistakes you may make)

1. Jamie is having a party with 200 guests. He has bought 82 boxes of chocolates. Each box contains 34 chocolates. How many chocolates does Jamie have?

2. In a classroom there are 31 students. Each student has a pencil case which their teacher has requested they keep well stocked. At the start of term each student must have 1 ruler, 4 pencils, 3 pens and 1 pencil sharpener. Assuming the students have followed their teacher's instructions, how many pencils are there in the classroom on the first day of term?

3. Eighty-seven students were passing around a petition to stop the historical building from being demolished. Each student collected 92 signatures. What was the total number of signatures the students collected?

4. At a farm there are four horses and three people. How many legs are there total?

5. A cup of tea costs 53p, a muffin costs £1.80 and a can of coke costs 87p. A group of friends buy two teas and 12 cokes between them. What is the total cost of their drinks?