Solve multiplicative comparison problems with an unknown multiplier. Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison.
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Mrs. Ingall wants to place students’ pencil boxes on her bookshelf for the start of the school year. We know her bookshelf is 24 inches long. Each pencil box is 2 inches wide.
Jade has $63. Keith has $9. How many times as much money does Jade have as Keith? Represent the situation as an equation to solve.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Conner wrote the following equation:
6 x 8 = n
Which statement about Conner’s equation is true?
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A baseball team scored 72 runs for the season. This was 9 times the number of points scored in the first game. How many points were scored in the first game?
There are 7 grams of sugar in a serving of strawberries. There are 21 grams of sugar in a serving of strawberry ice cream. How many times more sugar is there in strawberry ice cream compared to strawberries?
Write an equation to represent the statement “448 is 32 times as many as 14.”
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