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- We'll learn how to interpret multiplication equations as comparisons.
- That we can use multiplicative comparisons to solve real world problems.
- And we'll discover that this knowledge can help us count our prizes, clean up a mess, and make delicious ice cream!
There are 5 bagels on the first rack. There are 4 times as many bagels on the second rack. How many bagels are there on the second rack?
There are 15 apples on a small apple tree. There are 5 times as many apples on a larger apple tree. How many apples are on the larger apple tree?
Use the numbers 30, 5, and 6 to write a word problem telling how many rocks you and a friend each collected on a hike.
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