Curriculum>Grade 3> Module 3>Topic C: Multiplication and Division Using Units up to 8

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Learn that the order of parentheses in multiplication equations doesn't change the answer. A real life scenario is given and students need to use it to solve two equations with parentheses in different places to prove that the solutions are the same

A. Skip count by 8

B. Determine multiples of 8 in a multiplication chart

C. Determine products of 8 in a times table with and without an array model

D. Determine products of 8 in a times table

E. Solve division problems with a divisor of 8 based on its relationship to multiplication

F. Solve division problems with a divisor of 8 (Level 1)

G. Solve division problems with a divisor of 8 (Level 2)

H. Solve multi-step equations that include parentheses (Level 1)

I. Compare similar multi-step equations with parentheses in different places

J. Solve multi-step equations that include parentheses (Level 2)

K. Identify a multi-step equation with parentheses that is solved correctly

L. Recognize the effect of parentheses on multi-step multiplication equations (Part 1)

N. Re-group factors with parentheses as a strategy to solve multi-step multiplication equations (Part 1)

O. Re-group factors with parentheses as a strategy to solve multi-step multiplication equations (Part 2)

P. Solve multiplication equations using the break apart and distribute strategy (Part 1)

Q. Solve multiplication equations using the break apart and distribute strategy (Part 2)

R. Solve division equations using the break apart and distribute strategy (Part 1)

S. Solve division equations using the break apart and distribute strategy (Part 2)

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