MATH: Modeling Multiplication
 Remember multiplication can be shownas equal groups, arrays, or other models.Multiplication is just repeated addition.Ex.  8+8+8+8 = 8 x 4 = 32You are allowed to use a multiplicationchart if you need it.  Good luck!OK.. I'm ready! Jon drew a model to represent 5 × 2. Which of the following models did Jon draw?BACD 1872626A box of candy has 12 rows. There are 6 pieces of candy in each row. How many pieces of candy are in each box? Irving arranged the following cookies in an array. Which multiplication fact represents Irving's array?2 + 6 =6 × 3 =2 × 6 =12 × 2 = Which number line shows skip counting?Remember, multiplication is repeated addition.BCDA Isacc arranged the following circles in an array. Which multiplication fact represents Isacc's array? 5 × 55 × 735 × 535 × 7 Which array models 3 × 4 ?BACD Mrs. Thomas buys 5 packs of juice boxes. There are6 juice boxes in each pack. How many juice boxes does she buy in all ?30241135  Multiply the number of rows by the number of strawberries in each row. Multiply the number of strawberries in each row three times.Lia placed strawberries in the following picture to model multiplication. Multiply the number of strawberries in each column five times. Multiply the number of strawberries in each row by  the total.Which of the following is the wrong wayto find the total number of strawberries? The following picture shows the number of square feetin a rectangular window. 4 × 42 × 2 × 2 × 2 4 × 24 × 4 × 4 × 4Which expression models the number of squares in the window?window Which addition sentence is modeled using the same figure?8 + 4 + 8 + 432 × 8 =8 × 4 =8 × 8 =Which multiplication fact does the picture belowmodel. Which number goes in the blank to make this number sentence true?71037 + 7 + 7 = _____ × 7 Sara is studying Native American homes. She made a model village as shown below. 8 + 56 x 8Which could be used to find the total model homes in Sara's village?8 ÷ 55 x 8
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