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Lesson 2-3 Example Example 1 Use the Distributive Property and a model to find 6 ● Draw a model to show 6 ● 13.
Lesson 2-3 Example Example 1 2.Draw a line to separate the factor 13 into tens and ones places. 6 ● 13 = 6 ● (10 + 3) Use the Distributive Property and a model to find 6 ● 13.
Lesson 2-3 Example Example 1 3.Multiply to find the two products. 6 ● 10 = 60 6 ● 3 = 18 Use the Distributive Property and a model to find 6 ● 13.
Lesson 2-3 Example Example 1 4.Add the products = 78 So, 6 ● 13 = 78. Use the Distributive Property and a model to find 6 ● 13.
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