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Dr. Beth McCulloch Vinson Athens State University PT3 Grant Funding, Summer 2000
Multiplication is the process of adding equal sets together = 6 We added 2 three times.
Instead of repeatedly adding, we can multiply. x 2 3 6
This means “3 groups of 2 equals 6 in all”. x 2 3 6
This means “2 groups of 3 equals 6 in all”. x 3 2 6
This means “3 groups of 4 equals 12 in all”. x
This means “4 groups of 3 equals 12 in all”. x
x 6 This means “2 groups of 6 equals 12 in all”. 2 12
We can also use multiplication to find the total number in this set without having to count them.
3 x 6 =
Or we can turn it the other way and show it like this.
6 x 3 =
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