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- 1. Today, we will learn…0 What multiplication is0 Why multiplication is important0 When to use multiplication versus when to use addition0 How to multiply using the times table
- 2. 0 Multiplication is the number produced by combining groups of the same size.0 The same number can be produced by addition.
- 3. 0 Multiplication is easier than addition if you are multiplying many groups of the same size.0 EXAMPLE= Mary has 5 rolls of lifesavers in her Trick or Treat bag. Each roll has 10 candies in it. She can easily find out how many she has by multiplying.
- 4. To be able to multiplylarge numbers, we needto know ourMultiplication Table,also known as the TimesTable.
- 5. We use thenumbers onthe sides tofind thegroups & thenumbers inour groups.
- 6. If Mary is still trying She has 5 rolls of LifeSavers, so she to figure out how finds the number 5 on one side many Lifesavers she has, she can use her Multiplication Table. There are 10LifeSavers in eachroll, so she findsthe number 10 onthe other side.
- 7. If Mary is still trying She has 5 rolls of LifeSavers, so she to figure out how finds the number 5 on one side many Lifesavers she has, she can use her Multiplication Table. There are 10LifeSavers in eachroll, so she findsthe number 10 onthe other side.
- 8. If Tom has 6 books, and each book has 12pages, how many pages are there total?
- 9. If Tom has 6 books, and each book has 12pages, how many pages are there total?

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