# Multiplication Problems. To go to the museum it costs \$34 per student. Five D has 29 students. The class has raised \$675 already, how much more money.

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Multiplication Problems

To go to the museum it costs \$34 per student. Five D has 29 students. The class has raised \$675 already, how much more money do they need to go to the Museum?

34 x 29 6 3 4 x 9 = 36 9 x 3 = 27 +3 = 30 2 x 3 = 6 2 x 4 = 8 0 80 3 6 + 689

The perimeter of the shelter shed is 27m, Mr D makes his class run around it 38 times. Three of them faint and six of them sprain an ankle or break a leg. The girls run twice as fast as the boys. There are 19 students who finish the run. How far do they run?

Understanding the problem. What information dont we need?

The perimeter of the shelter shed is 27m, Mr D makes his class run around it 38 times. How far do they run? Understanding the problem. What is the question asking us? What will our answer look like? Our answer will be a number of metres.

Plan how to solve the problem What strategy will we use? Solving an equation. Multiplication Plan how to solve the problem What operation will we use?

27 x 38 6 5 8 x 7 = 56 8 x 2 = 16 +5 = 21 3 x 2 = 6 + 2 = 8 3 x 7 = 21 1 10 2 8 + 620 2 1

Looking Back Is our answer reasonable? Yes Plan how to solve the problem Write your answer as a sentence. Each student in Mr Ds class will run 1026 metres when they run around the shed.

Sarah has a new bike, every time the wheel spins around the bike goes forward 48cm. She rides to the shops then to her friends house. Her friend lives 6 blocks away from her home. On the way home she counts the number of times the wheel spins in one block. She counted 84 spins. How long is the block?

Understanding the problem. What information dont we need?

Sarah has a new bike, every time the wheel spins around the bike goes forward 48cm. On the way home she counts the number of times the wheel spins in one block. She counted 84 spins. How long is the block? Understanding the problem. What is the question asking us? What will our answer look like? Our answer will be a number of centimetres.

Plan how to solve the problem What strategy will we use? Solving an equation. Multiplication Plan how to solve the problem What operation will we use?

48 x 84 2 3 4 x 8 = 32 4 x 4= 16 + 3 = 19 8 x 4 = 32 + 6 = 38 8 x 8 = 64 9 40 1 3 8 + 230 6 4

Looking Back Is our answer reasonable? Yes Plan how to solve the problem Write your answer as a sentence. A block is 4032 cm or 40.32 metres.

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