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#### Properties of Multiplication

Learners identify the properties and use them to solve word problems. They solve 13 problems. This is an unusually good worksheet!

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#### Times Tables - Multiplication

Introduce learners to multiplication through this fantastic math instructional activity. Provides beginners with an explanation of multiplication as repeated addition using pictures to help students visualize the meaning and process of...

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#### Four-Legged Friends - Enrichment 8.4

In this multiplying times four worksheet, students observe groups of quadrupeds and write multiplication sentences to find the total number of legs in the groups. Students write six number sentences.

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#### Finger Products - Enrichment 9.6

In this multiplying times nine worksheet, learners use the Chisenbop method of using their fingers to find products of nine times one to nine. Students work alone or with partners to solve nine problems.

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#### What is the Product Property of Square Roots?

If your class has a grasp of square roots, but is having difficulty with the product property of square roots, this video might be for you! In the video, an instructor completes a short proof of the property, defines the property, and...

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#### How Do You Multiply a Two-Digit Number by a Two-Digit Number Using Partial Products?

What are partial products? The teacher uses a geometric model to illustrate how to break up double digit numbers to find the product of the numbers being multiplied. It's a good visual for your students who might need to see how the math...

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#### How Do You Multiply a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number?

The teacher gives a very thorough explanation of how to set up and multiply numbers vertically. She emphasizes place value and where the numbers go when you multiply them (carrying).

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#### How Do You Solve a Two-Step Equation by Multiplying by a Reciprocal?

Got a fraction in your equation? Don't like that fraction? Just multiply both sides by the reciprocal of that fraction to get rid of it. Now you can solve the problem using the steps necessary to isolate your variable. Don't forget to...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?

Provide this video as additional instruction on how to solve inequalities when you need to multiply positive fractions. The focus of this video is on how to use the multiplication property of inequalities correctly. The lecturer explains...

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Negative Fractions?

Examine the multiplication property of inequality with this video. An instructor goes through a problem, detailing how to solve an inequality when you need to multiply negative fractions. She defines reciprocal and puts the final...

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#### How Do You Multiply Two Numbers Using Scientific Notation?

Numbers with lots of zeros, lots and lots of zeros. Decimal points to the left and decimal points to the right. Now multiply these numbers. Daunting. There's a shorter way to do it, use scientific notation. The teacher demonstrates just...

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#### What's a Polynomial?

A polynomial is the sum of one or more monomials. They are identified by the number of terms they have. Monomials, binomials, trinomials, find out what these terms identify.

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#### How Do You Multiply a Whole Number by a Fraction?

A demonstration of how to multiply a whole number times a fraction.

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#### How Do You Divide a Decimal by a Decimal?

Many learners would look at this decimal division problem and just skip it. Don't let them do that! Figure out how to help your learners master long division. The teacher helps make decimals and long division seem doable.

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#### How Do You Add Fractions with Different Denominators?

You've got three fractions to add together. Wait! They have unlike denominators. So the first thing you have to do is find the least common denominator. Now multiply the terms so they all have the same denominator. Don't forget to...

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#### How to Multiply By Nine

Learn an easy trick to help you multiply by 9 in this short video. A student shows us a "handy" way to solve multiplication by counting fingers. She completes two examples to show the viewers her strategy.

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#### Exit Ticket 3.MD.5

Intended for use as an exit ticket, this worksheet can be used as an extension to a lesson, test, or even homework. Learners complete three tasks that involve finding the area of a figure in square units. Young mathematicians can be...

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#### How Do You Solve a Rational Equation by LCD Multiplication?

Use the least common denominator to solve rational equations with variables in the denominators of algebraic fractions. Learners can watch this video to find out how to do just this! An instructor solves 2 problems by finding the least...

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#### What is the Product Property of Square Roots?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Positive Fractions?

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#### How Do You Solve an Inequality Where You're Multiplying Negative Fractions?

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#### What's FOIL?

FOIL= first, outside, inside, last. Use this method to multiply two binomials. The teacher demonstrates this method using variables. Then she demonstrates with numbers and variables and writes out each term being multiplied. Finally,...

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#### What's the Power of a Quotient Rule?

What's the definition of the power of a quotient rule? You have a fraction that has variables and exponents in the numerator and the denominator, and the whole thing is to a power. Oh my! Don't cry! You can do this. Once you see the rule...

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