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Practice solving multiplication problems that use 1 as a factor (including n x 1). In this activity, students will complete the multiplication sentence n x 1 = n to reinforce that 1 times a number is always that number

A. Compose a multiplication sentence (including 1x) to represent a model

B. Solve multiplication problems that use 1 as a factor (including 1 x n)

C. Solve division problems that use 1 as a divisor (including n / 1)

D. Compose a multiplication sentence (including x1) to represent a model

F. Solve division problems in which a number is divided by itself

G. Solve for an unknown (represented by a letter) in multiplication and division problems that include 1

H. Compose a multiplication sentence (including x0) to represent a model

I. Solve multiplication problems that use 0 as a factor (including n x 0 and 0 x n)

J. Solve division problems that use 1 as a dividend (including 0 / n)

K. Solve for an unknown (represented by a letter) in multiplication and division problems that include 0

L. Determine whether a multiplication or division equation with an unknown represented by a letter is true based on a let statement

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