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Curriculum>Grade 3> Module 3>Topic A: The Properties of Multiplication and Division

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Learn how to use a tape diagram and multiplication equation to solve a word problem. In this activity, students are given clues to help them label the tape diagram first before filling in the multipication equation

A. Illustrate the commutative property by labeling arrays and tape diagrams

B. Solve equations that illustrate the commutative property

C. Determine missing products in a multiplication chart (factors to 5)

D. Determine missing products in a multiplication chart (one factor > 5)

E. Skip count by 6

F. Determine multiples of 6 in a multiplication chart

G. Skip count by 7

H. Determine multiples of 7 in a multiplication chart

I. Skip count by 8

J. Determine multiples of 8 in a multiplication chart

K. Skip count by 9

L. Determine multiples of 9 in a multiplication chart

M. Determine missing products in a multiplication chart (one factor > 5)

N. Solve for an unknown represented by a letter in multiplication equations

O. Solve for an unknown represented by a letter in division equations

P. Match an equation containing an unknown to a statement

Q. Solve for an unknown represented by a letter in multiplication and division equations

R. Compose and solve a multiplication equation based on a tape diagram

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