# Multiplication/Division stories

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- Q1Dawson has 72 cars to put into 9 groups. How many cars will go into each group?7810630s
- Q2Brooks has 60 dollars that he wanted to give to 6 of his friends. What will he do?subtractmultiplyadddivide30s
- Q3Chloe has 3 purses with 12 dollars in each purses. How much does she have and how did she find out?She has 36 dollars. She found out by dividing.She has 36 dollars. She found out by multiplying.She has 24 dollars. She found out by multiplying.30s
- Q4Reagan counted 5 cookies in each of 11 plates. She could have added 11- 5 times, but she thought of a quicker way! What would be a quicker way to work this problem.Counting by 10'sCounting each cookie quickly.Knowing the pattern 1x11=11, 2x11=22, 3x11=33, and so on.30s
- Q5Makenzie has 100 cupcakes to put into 10 boxes. How many will go into each box?10, because 100 divided by 10 equals 10.10, because 10+10=2030s
- Q6If I have 9 boxes with 5 frogs in each box, what would be the best and quickest way to find the answer?count by 10's, then subtract.skip count by 5's nine times.add 5 nines.30s
- Q7Is 6x4 equal to 4x6?yesnosometimes30s
- Q8Finish this seven pattern.... 7, 14, 21, 28, __, __32, 4335, 4235, 4430s
- Q96+6+6+6+6 is addition. What would be the multiplication problem that would match?6x5 or 5x612+12 +64x6 or 6x430s
- Q10I'm calculating perimeter. The top and bottom measure 6 inches, and both sides measure 4 inches. What is the perimeter of my shape?16 square inches12 feet14 square inches60s
- Q11I'm calculating area. There are 6 squares across and 3 squares down. What is the area of my shape?12 squares18 squares20 squares60s
- Q12I'm trying to figure out 9x9. I know that 9x10 is 90. What can i do to use that answer to find out 9x9?If 9x10 is 90, then ten less is 80.Take away a 9 from 90, because you don't need 10 nines, you just need 9 of them. So 90-9=81.Add 9 more to 90, and you will get 99, which is the correct answer.60s