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- 1. Multiplication Multiplication Multiplication
- 2. Presented by: Mrs. Linda Yollis
- 3. What is Multiplication? To find out how many stars there are, you could add. + 2 red + 2 blue = 6 stars 2 yellow
- 4. However, if you have equal groups of something you can use Multiplication
- 5. What is Multiplication? I see three groups of two. x 2 = 6 stars 3 groups
- 6. If you are having a party and you want to have lots of sodas, you can use multiplication. Sodas come in groups of six.
- 7. Five groups of six would be 30 sodas. 5 x 6 = 30 sodas
- 8. Sometime multiplication can be used when objects are in rows or columns, or arrays. Here is an array of flowers.
- 9. There are 3 rows of 6 flowers. 3 x 6 = 18 flowers.
- 10. How many groups? How many in each group? There are 3 groups of 4 balloons.
- 11. Equal numbers are in each group. Multiplication can be used! 3 x 4 = 12 balloons
- 12. How many groups? How many in each group? There are 4 groups of 3 tires.
- 13. Equal numbers are in each group. Multiplication can be used! 4 x 3 = 12 tires
- 14. Multiplication When combining EQUAL groups, the fastest way to get the total is by using…

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