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Unformatted text preview: Multiplication Rectangular Model Allan, Huellmantel, Scott WH OL E NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 X 13 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 Mark 14 and 13. WH OL E NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 Draw the multiplication rectangle. 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 WH OL E NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 How many 100’s? 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 WHO LE NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 100 How many 100’s? 1 How many 10’s to the right of the 100 square? 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 100 WHO LE NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 40 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 100 How many 10’s to the right of the 100 square? Four. How many 10’s above the 100 square? 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 100 40 WHO LE NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 100 40 30 How many 10’s above the 100 square? Three. How many 1’s? 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 100 40 30 WH OL E NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 12 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 100 40 30 How many 1’s? Twelve. How much is 13 x 14 altogether? 13 groups of 14 14 x 13 100 40 30 12 WH OL E NUMB ERS 13 groups of 14 14 12 182 10 + 4 3 + 10 X 13 100 40 30 How much is 13 x 14 altogether?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
 Winter '08
 JARVIS
 Multiplication

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