# Strategies to multiplication

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- Q1Which is a not a strategy for multiplication?Number linearrayrepetitive additionCounting on30s
- Q24+4+4+4 best representsdoublesrepetitive additionnumber lineequal groups30s
- Q3An array is a way to represent multiplication and division usingrows and columnsrepetitive additionnumbersPEMDAS30s
- Q4In an array, rows representThe number in each groupThe number of groups30s
- Q5In an array, the columns representNumber in each groupnumber of groups30s
- Q6Which strategy represents: each group has the same number of objectsEqual groupsarrayNumber linerepetitive addition30s
- Q7Which strategy best represents: the same number is added repeatedlyNeithercounting upNumber linearray30s
- Q8which strategy best represents: repeated jumps on a number lineboth repetitive addition and arrayrepetitive additionNumber linearray30s
- Q9What strategy can you use when finding what 3x4 isarrayall of the aboverepetitive additionnumber line30s
- Q10No matter what strategy you use, you will always get the right answerfalsetrue30s
- Q11You can you use different strategies to find the correct answertruefalse30s