Multiplication Using Area Models
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by Shaina Melgar
| 10 Questions
Note from the author:
Multiplying Using Area Models
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Practice: Solve using the area model method. 32 x 15
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1
If I am multiplying 58 x 12, which of the following would be a number that I would have at the top of my area model--not inside the area model, but on the top of the area model?
80
96
50
16
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If I am multiplying 23 x 46, which of the following numbers would be one of my partial products? (Hint: There is more than one correct answer.)
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23
120
46
800
180
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7
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9
10
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What should this number be?
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What should this number be?
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What is my partial product?
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1
What is my partial product?
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1
Based on partial products, what is my final product? Be sure to show your work.
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My original number has been broken apart. What place value does this part of the number represent?
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My original number has been broken apart. What place value does this part of the number represent?