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Arrays Around Us
Ask yourself… Why is it important to use arrays to help me multiply? Where in real life can I apply this new concept?
What is an Array? A group of objects arranged in equal rows and columns
Use the following pictures of arrays to make equations Challenge: Can you find 8 different ways to write each equation? (Hint: A Factor Triangle may help)
Back of Computer
Windows on Building
Awning of a Building
Shadow on Building
Playground Tic-Tac-Toe Game
Class work Display in Hallway
Lockers in Hallway
Lunchroom Cash Register
Back of Computer Vent
Challenge Look around your environment and find arrays. Challenge yourself to create equations to show the factors and products of each array.
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