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## Understanding Multiplication - Sample Math Practice Problems

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Multiplication is just repeated addition -- adding the same number multiple times. For 3 × 2, we say 3 times 2 or 3 multiplied by 2, and it is equal to the sum of two 3s (3 + 3 = 6). Note that this is also the same as 2 × 3. Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

1.
A. equal groups of =

B. + + =

C. × =
2.
A. equal groups of =

B. + + =

C. × =

### Complexity=1, Mode=array

Multiplication is just repeated addition -- adding the same number multiple times. For 3 × 2, we say 3 times 2 or 3 multiplied by 2, and it is equal to the sum of two 3s (3 + 3 = 6). Note that this is also the same as 2 × 3. Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

1.   A. rows of =

B. columns of =

C. × =
2.   A. rows of =

B. columns of =

C. × =

### Complexity=1, Mode=noVisual

Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

 1.   3 × 4 = + + + 2.   2 × 4 = + + +

### Complexity=1, Mode=skipCnt

Use skip counting on the number line to find the product (the result of multiplying).

 1.   5 × 6 = 2.   3 × 5 =

Multiplication is just repeated addition -- adding the same number multiple times. For 3 × 2, we say 3 times 2 or 3 multiplied by 2, and it is equal to the sum of two 3s (3 + 3 = 6). Note that this is also the same as 2 × 3. Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

1
A. equal groups of =

B. + + =

C. × =
2
A. equal groups of =

B. + + =

C. × =

### Complexity=1, Mode=array

Multiplication is just repeated addition -- adding the same number multiple times. For 3 × 2, we say 3 times 2 or 3 multiplied by 2, and it is equal to the sum of two 3s (3 + 3 = 6). Note that this is also the same as 2 × 3. Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

1 A. rows of =

B. columns of =

C. × =
2 A. rows of =

B. columns of =

C. × =

### Complexity=1, Mode=noVisual

Fill in the blanks below to make the sentences true.

13 × 4 = + + +
22 × 4 = + + +

### Complexity=1, Mode=skipCnt

Use skip counting on the number line to find the product (the result of multiplying).