Name:    Lesson 1: Multiplication Strategies

1.

How can you use 2 7 to calculate 4 7?
 a. calculate 2 7 then add 7 c. calculate 2 7 then double it b. calculate 2 7 then add 2 d. calculate 2 7 then add 4

2.

How can you use 5 6 to calculate 5 7?
 a. calculate 5 6 then add 6 c. calculate 5 6 then add 7 b. calculate 5 6 then double it d. calculate 5 6 then add 5

3.

How can you use 2 4 to calculate 4 8?
 a. calculate 2 4, double it, then double it again b. calculate 2 4 then add 2 c. calculate 2 4 then add 8 d. calculate 2 4, double it, then add 8

4.

How can you use 10 7 to calculate 5 7?
 a. calculate 10 7 then add 7 c. calculate 10 7 then double it b. calculate 10 7 then half it d. calculate 10 7, subtract 10, then subtract 10 again

5.

How can you use 7 7 to calculate 7 8?
 a. calculate 7 7 then double it c. calculate 7 7 then add 7 b. calculate 7 7 then half it d. calculate 7 7 then add 8

6.

How can you use 9 5 to calculate 9 7?
 a. calculate 9 5, add 9, then add 9 again c. calculate 9 5, subtract 9, then add 5 b. calculate 9 5, add 5, then add 5 again d. calculate 9 5, subtract 5, then add 9

7.

How can use use 4 5 to calculate 8 5?
 a. calculate 4 5, then half it c. calculate 4 5, add 5, then double it b. calculate 4 5, add 8, then add 8 again d. calculate 4 5, then double it

8.

How much more is 6 7 than 3 7?
 a. half as much b. twice as much c. 14 more d. 12 more

9.

How much more is 3 8 than 5 8?
 a. twice as much b. 25 more c. 16 more d. 12 more

10.

Which would you use to calculate 9 6?
 a. 9 5 + 9 c. 9 6 + 6 + 6 b. 9 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 d. 9 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5