## Multiplication with the Area Model (examples, videos, solutions, worksheets, lesson plans)

Common Core Standards: 4.NBT.5, 4.OA.1, NYS Math Grade 4, Module 3, Lesson 6 Homework. Type in your own questions and we’ll feature a step-by-step solution for each one.

## How do you do area Model multiplication?

To find the area of each smaller rectangle, multiply each factor in expanded form, then draw your model. Finally, add the products to find the total area.

## How do you draw an area model step by step?

What exactly is an Area Model?

- Draw a 2 2 grid, that is, a box with 2 rows and 2 columns.
- Write the terms of one of the multiplicands on the top of the grid (box), one on the top of each cell.
- Write the terms of the other multiplicand on the left of the grid.

## What is an example of an area model?

The area model can be used to find even larger products, such as 356 48, by writing 356 as 300 50 6 and 48 as 40 8 (retaining the feature that each term has only one non-zero digit), then calculating the areas of the six regions.

## What is the area model method?

Students usually begin by learning simple arrays for single-digit multiplication, as shown in this anchor chart from Primary Punch.

## What is model multiplication?

u201cDeveloping student understanding of the meanings of multiplication and division of whole numbers through activities and problems involving equal-sized groups, arrays, and area models is a critical area of instruction (NGA/CCSSO 2010c).u201d

## How do you do long multiplication?

Multiplying with Long Multiplication: Steps

- Write the two numbers one below the other in the order of their digits.
- Multiply the top number’s ones digit by the bottom number’s ones digit.
- Multiply the top number’s tens digit by the bottom number’s ones digit.
- Write a 0 below the ones digit as shown.

## What is a array model?

An array is a way to represent multiplication and division using rows and columns, with rows representing the number of groups and columns representing the number of people in each group or the size of each group. Both arrays can also be used to model division, depending on the word problem.

## What is a set model?

When we divide a set of objects into three groups, each with the same number of objects, we have a name for each of those groups: thirds.

## What is the difference between an area model and an array?

Draw four rows of three cars, then use your array to fill in the gaps. Drawing objects in groups or arrays can take a long time. An area model is made up of shaded squares arranged in rows and columns.

## Do you add or multiply perimeter?

The perimeter of a rectangle or square is the length of the shape’s outline; to find the perimeter of a rectangle or square, add the lengths of all four sides.

## What is a area in math?

The area of a quadrilateral is found by multiplying the length by the width; for example, a rectangle with sides of 3cm and 4cm has an area of 12cm2.