Mixed review of multiplication facts, lines and line segments.
Students are asked to solve problems similar to the following:
5 x ( ) = 15
6 x ( ) = 12
2 x ( ) = 2
4 x ( ) = 8
3 x ( ) = 30
The bottom portion of the worksheet includes 3 multiple choice questions asking students to identify the given lines and line segments.
This can either be used as a morning warm-up, math warm-up, homework, in-class practice or quiz.
If you like this worksheet, I also recommend the following:
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Elementary Geometry: Angles, Shapes and Parallel Lines II
Elementary Geometry: Identifying Right, Obtuse and Acute Angles
Elementary Geometry: Drawing Lines, Line Segments and Rays
Elementary Geomentry Review: Angles, Shapes and Perpendicular Lines
Hope this helps =)
Elementary Geometry: Lines and Multiplication Practice
by Felisa Williams
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