Year 6 Calculation – Consecutive Multiplication

Multiply multi-digit numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit whole number using the formal written method of long multiplication.

Y6 Calc 1 Investigation  – A print out of the investigation seen below

Investigation – Consecutive multiplication.

A four digit number multiplied by a two digit number gives an answer of 244,154.

The four-digit number has consecutive ascending digits (such as 1234). The two-digit number has consecutive descending digits (such as 21).

Can you work out the number sentence?

Consider the different approaches you can use to find the answer (or question)


Answer:

The answer to this problem is:

5,678 x 43.