Array word problems

by Maria Lujan [Heard ES]

| 6 QuestionsNote from the author:

Creating arrays using word problems

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Cassie reads eight pages of her book each night. How many pages has she read after four nights? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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There are four pots of pencils in Class 2G. Each pot contains five pencils. How many pencils are there altogether? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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Harry eats five pieces of fruit every day. How many pieces of fruit does he eat in a week? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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On their ninth birthday, Poppy and her twin sister Chloe each had a cake with nine candles. How many candles were needed altogether? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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Max was playing darts. All three of his darts landed in the number seven. What was his total score? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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Some children are taking an exam in the school hall. There are five rows of children with six children in each row. How many children are taking the exam altogether? Show this as a multiplication sentence, afterwards show me what this would look like as: an array, repeated addition, and equal groups.

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