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Given three or more factors in a multiplication equation, students learn that they can group the factors in any way and still come up with the same product. For example, to solve 3 × 2 × 5, students can group 3 and 2 together to get 6 × 5, or group 2 and 5 together to get 3 × 10. Either way, the product will still be 30.
This PowerPoint lesson is a multi-click animation sequence that introduces standards-based math skills and concepts. Also includes three practice pages at levels A (below grade level), B (at grade level), and C (above grade level), which may be distributed according to students' abilities.
RELATED SUBJECTS: Multiplication