Identify and create situations involving arrays and describe these situations using the language and notation of multiplication.
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Jordan's mom is making cookies. Here's what they look like when they come out of the oven:
Jordan said that he could write a multiplication equation to represent the number of cookies. Do you agree or disagree? Explain.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Can you rearrange the following groups so that they are in an array? Why or why not?
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Ms. Piatt puts her students’ desks into an array. There are 6 rows of desks with 2 desks in each row.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.?
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There are 4 rows of stars. How many stars are in each row? __________
Write a multiplication equation to describe the array. __________
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Judy collects seashells. She arranges them in 3 rows of 6. Draw Judy’s array to show how many seashells she has altogether. Then, write a multiplication equation to describe the array.
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