By Lorrie Hughes
Ed 205 - 02
What is multiplication?
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    How do we solve multiplication problems?
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    Let’s try some examples!
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    Resource Pag...
Multiplication means that you are adding together
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  the same number a specific amount of times.
 Sound confusing? It’s ...
Consider the problems 2 x 3
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    The first number (2) is how many times you will be adding together a

    number, or ho...
Consider the problem 3 x 4
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    The first number always tells you how many groups there are, so here we

    have 3 grou...
Click on the answer you think is correct
    6
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    8
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    10
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2x4=8




Click Here to try another problem!

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Click on the answer you think is correct
    8
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    10
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    15
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3 x 5 = 15




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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shvURXhdn8Y




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Lorrie is a junior at Grand Valley State

    University, majoring in psychology with a
    emphasis in special education...
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Learning Multiplication!

  1. 1. By Lorrie Hughes Ed 205 - 02
  2. 2. What is multiplication?  How do we solve multiplication problems?  Let’s try some examples!  Resource Page  Click here to see a video on multiplication! 
  3. 3. Multiplication means that you are adding together  the same number a specific amount of times.  Sound confusing? It’s not!  Go to the next slide to see what a multiplication problems looks like! Quit
  4. 4. Consider the problems 2 x 3  The first number (2) is how many times you will be adding together a  number, or how many groups there are. The second number (3) is that number that you will be adding together  that amount of times. So, if you add together 2 groups of 3 you get…  Group 1 Group 2 To see another example, click here  To practice some examples on your own, click here  Quit
  5. 5. Consider the problem 3 x 4  The first number always tells you how many groups there are, so here we  have 3 groups. The seconds number always tells you how many are in each group, so  there are 4 in each groups. So…  Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 12! Go back to the Home page to try some examples on your own! Quit
  6. 6. Click on the answer you think is correct 6  8  10  Quit
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  8. 8. 2x4=8 Click Here to try another problem! Quit
  9. 9. Click on the answer you think is correct 8  10  15  Quit
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  11. 11. 3 x 5 = 15 Quit
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  13. 13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shvURXhdn8Y Quit
  14. 14. Lorrie is a junior at Grand Valley State  University, majoring in psychology with a emphasis in special education. Her minor is elementary education. Click here to email Lorrie  Quit

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