Topic: Number and Operations  >>  Construct and analyze concrete models for multiplication of one- and two-digit numbers.

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Amanda bought 4 books. Each book was priced at $13. She paid 4 × 13 dollars for the books.

Which of these figures would you use to find the product?
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Choose a number sentence for the array shown.
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Choose a number sentence for the array.
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Choose the appropriate number sentence for the array shown.View Details
Choose the number sentence for the array.View Details
Each set has eight symbols. Choose a way which helps you to find how many in all are there.View Details
Each set has equal number of circles. Choose a way which helps you to find how many in all are there.
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Find 2 × 28 using the array shown.
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Find 6 × 13 using the array shown.View Details
Identify the number sentence for the array.View Details
Identify the number sentence that corresponds to the place-value blocks shown.View Details
Identify the number sentence that corresponds to the place-value blocks shown.
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In a school playground, there are 4 rows of 44 seats each. Using the place-value blocks, find the total number of seats in the playground.
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Mirinda bought 2 boxes of candies. Each box contains 11 candies. Which of these figures is used to find the total number of candies?View Details
Sarah wants to make 5 necklaces with 34 beads in each necklace. She used the place-value blocks shown to find the total number of beads she would need. Identify the number sentence that corresponds to the figure shown.View Details
Which array of marbles represents the fact 1 × 8 = 8?
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Which figure shows 2 × 12?

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Which figure shows 5 × 12?
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Which of the given number sentences matches with the picture?View Details
Which one of these number sentences represents the array shown?
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