This is a fill-in table where students can practice various ways to represent a multiplication problem. There are 4 different sheets, labeled A-D, with a variety of multiplication problems. It is important for students to understand that multiplication problems can be represented in a variety of ways: algorithm, repeated addition, groups of, array, and using the commutative property.
In each row, one cell is filled in, and students have to fill in the remaining cells with the corresponding data. The last row has a product, and students have to come up with their own multiplication problem that will equal that product.
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