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# Integers: Multiplication and Division Worksheets

This page contains printable worksheets which emphasize integer multiplication and division to 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students. Practice pages here contain exercises on multiplication squares, in-out boxes, evaluating expressions, filling in missing integers, and more. Procure some of these worksheets for free!

## Multiplying Integers

Multiplication of Integers

Multiply the integers to find the product. A total of 48 problems are given in these integer worksheets for practice.

Multiplication Squares | 2x2

Conceptualize the fundamentals of multiplying integers with this bath of interesting 2x2 squares. Multiply the integers in the rows and columns and write the products in the squares.

Multiplication Squares | 3x3

Get students to multiply the positive and negative numbers in each row and column and fill in the empty boxes in each 3x3 square.

Multiplying 3 or 4 Integers

Find the product of the integers. Apply the multiplication sign rule. Each worksheet consists of ten problems.

## Multiplying and Dividing Integers - Mixed

In-and-Out boxes: Multiply and Divide

Fill in the in-and-out boxes according to the rule mentioned in each problem. There are six rules given in each worksheet.

Evaluate: Multiply and Divide

Evaluate the expressions by substituting the values in the variables. Each printable worksheet for grade 7 and grade 8 contains four problems with three expressions each.

## Multiplication Chart

Integer Multiplication Charts | Display Charts

Designed to assist 6th grade students with multiplication of integers, this array of charts focuses on multiplication of integers from -5 to +5 and -10 to +10. Explore these visual aids and comprehend the two rules of multiplication of integers.

Integer Multiplication Charts | Blank Charts

Print this set of ready-to-print blank charts and practice multiplying integers from -10 to +10. It is a fairly straightforward process. The product of integers will be positive, if the signs are same and the answer will be negative, if the multiplying integers have different signs.