# Explain that decimal numbers with tenths can be composed multiplicatively

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- Q1Using your knowledge of the commutative law, tick the alternate multiplication equation that can also represent 3 × 7 = 21.7 × 3 = 217 = 21 × 321 × 7 = 330s
- Q24 + 4 + 4 can be written as multiplication expression. Tick the expressions it could represent.Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s
- Q3Look at the picture. Fill in the missing number in this equation: 3 × ___ = 1545330s
- Q4Write the following fraction as a decimal.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
- Q5Look at the picture of eggs. It has been represented with this equation. What is the correct missing number?231630s
- Q6Tick the equations that best represent this picture.Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s