Curriculum>Grade 5> Module 2>Topic B: The Standard Algorithm for Multi-Digit Whole Number Multiplication

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Students will use the strategy of partial products to solve multiplication problems with 3- and 4-digit numbers. Multiple instances of regrouping occur

A. Solve multiplication problems using the standard algorithm (Level 1)

B. Solve multiplication problems using the standard algorithm (Level 2)

C. Multiply multi-digit numbers by factoring out powers of 10 and using the associative property

D. Develop and test an algorithm for multiplying by a factor with a single non-zero digit

E. Use the strategy of factoring out powers of 10 to solve multi-digit multiplication problems

F. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 1)

G. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 2)

H. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 3)

I. Use the area model to multiply two 2-digit numbers

J. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the concept of partial products

K. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 1)

L. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 2)

M. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 3)

N. Multiply two 3-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 1)

O. Multiply two 3-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 2)

Q. Multiply up to 5-digit numbers using the concept of partial products

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