# Multiplication Arrays Worksheet Test

## Part 1: Identifying Arrays

- What is an array?
- How can you identify an array?
- Look at the following shape. Is it an array? Why or why not?

- Look at the following shape. Is it an array? Why or why not?

- Look at the following shape. Is it an array? Why or why not?

## Part 2: Creating Arrays

- Create an array using 2 rows and 3 columns.
- Create an array using 3 rows and 4 columns.
- Create an array using 4 rows and 2 columns.
- Create an array using 5 rows and 5 columns.
- Create an array using 1 row and 6 columns.

## Part 3: Multiplication

- What is multiplication?
- How is multiplication related to arrays?
- Solve the following multiplication problem using an array: 4 x 3 =
- Solve the following multiplication problem using an array: 2 x 5 =
- Solve the following multiplication problem using an array: 6 x 2 =

## Part 4: Word Problems

- Tom has 3 boxes of pencils. Each box has 4 pencils. How many pencils does Tom have in total?
- Sarah wants to buy 4 packs of stickers. Each pack has 6 stickers. How many stickers will Sarah have in total?
- There are 5 rows of chairs in a classroom. Each row has 6 chairs. How many chairs are there in total?
- A pizza has 8 slices. If there are 3 pizzas, how many slices are there in total?
- John has 4 toy cars. Each toy car has 2 wheels. How many wheels are there in total?

## Part 5: Extension

- Create an array using 3 rows and 5 columns. Use this array to solve the multiplication problem: 3 x 5 =
- Create an array using 4 rows and 4 columns. Use this array to solve the multiplication problem: 4 x 4 =
- Create an array using 2 rows and 6 columns. Use this array to solve the multiplication problem: 2 x 6 =
- Create an array using 5 rows and 3 columns. Use this array to solve the multiplication problem: 5 x 3 =
- Create an array using 6 rows and 1 column. Use this array to solve the multiplication problem: 6 x 1 =