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Patterns and Multiplication

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Patterns

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Multiplication It’s just really fast addition by jumping

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Each addition of 3 is called a “Multiple” of 3

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In grade school you learned these progressions by memorizing the multiplication table. By memorizing these progressions they become very easy to recognize and use in more complicated math patterns like factoring

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What are multiples of 4 starting with two 4’s or 8

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Student Practice #1 Click for answer

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Student Practice #2 Click for answer

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Student Practice #3 more challenging Click for answer Stop here unless your students want more of challenge

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Multiples don’t have to be nice numbers, they can be decimals or fractions. What other patterns do you notice here? Could you ignore the decimal point and just find multiples of 75 starting at 300 then put the decimal point back in when you’re done?

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Student Practice #4 challenging Click for answer

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