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Young mathemeticians observe and demonstrate how to use the commutative and identity properties of multiplication. They discuss the two multiplication properties, and as a class solve examples of each. Next, they complete a multiplication chart and with a partner test each other on the multiplication facts.
Fifth graders complete a variety of activities that focus on money and consumer skills and the properties of multiplication. They determine the sale prices of items with percentage discounts and fractional discounts on a worksheet, and discuss the properties of multiplication and order of operations with the teacher.
Students explore the identity properties of multiplication and of addition. They answer riddles that have to do with the identity properties and observe the teacher explanation of each property as they are modeled on the board. Students play "Bingo" with all properties discussed.
Young scholars investigate the use of multiplication properties. In this multiplication properties lesson, students review basic multiplication facts while working in pairs. They work in groups to tell which multiplication property is shown on each of 6 flash cards such as the commutative, associative, zero, or identity property.
Students identity properties of addition and multiplication. In this addition and subtraction properties instructional activity, students explore commutative, associative, and distributive properties as they design posters that feature the properties and examples of them in use.
Learners identify and define the rules of properties of real numbers. They rewrite each of the problems listed using the commutative or associative properties. Pupils apply problem solving strategies to clarify situations in a table provided and justify logical statements. Everyone describes how to use the distributive property to divide and subtract.
In this inverse and identity properties worksheet, students identify models of the Identity Property of Addition and the Identify Property of Multiplication. They solve simple algebraic equations containing one variable. This one-page worksheet contains 10 multiple-choice problems.
Fourth graders explore the identity and commutative properties of multiplication. They discuss and observe how multiplication is repeated addition and observe examples of the identity and commutative properties. In pairs they complete a multiplication chart worksheet and discuss the patterns on the worksheet.
In this early algebra worksheet, students read about the results of multiplying and dividing positive and negative real numbers. They study the Identity Property of Multiplication, Inverse Property of Multiplication, and the Property of -1 before completing 12 basic problems that apply the principles.