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Repeated Addition Or Adding up
Repeated addition is another strategy to use when solving a multiplication problem.
Step 1 when Adding up! Read your multiplication sentence. 5 x 3 = ?5 groups of three =? Three five times equals what?
Write out your groups of three 5 times. 3 3 3 3 3Step 2 Write out your groups of three 5 times. Or
3- five times Looks like……. =?
Step 3 Add the threes together 3 plus 3 = 6 6 plus 3= 9 9 plus 3= 12
Step 4 Therefore…. =15
Step 1 in Repeated AdditionRead your multiplication sentence. 6 x 2 = ? six groups of 2 =? Two six times equals what?
Step 2 This time write your groups in addition problems. 2 Count the number of times you added 2
Step 3 Circle your all the 2s. 2 You should have circled six 2s or SIX sets of 2!
Step 4 Add up by repeating the 2 for six times. Draw an arrow each time showing your next step.
Step 5 Therefore…. 2 six times or 6 x 2 = 12
Try using Repeated Addition to solve the following problems.2 x 4 = ? 3 x 6= ? 4 x 4= ? 8 x 3 = ? 6 x 6= ? 5 x 7= ?
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