Date: May 14, 2023

# Multiplication Arrays Worksheet Test

## Part 1: Identifying Arrays

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

## Part 2: Creating Arrays

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

## Part 3: Multiplication

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

## Part 4: Word Problems

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

## Part 5: Extension

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