Commutative Property

Identity and Zero Property

What property am I?

Fact Families

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100

5 * 3 = 3 * ?

5

100

The identity property says that you can multiply by 1 and you are always going to get the original number is which property?

identity property of multiplication

100

13 x 1= 13

Identity Property

100

What is the missing factor?

3x4= 12

4x3=12

?

12/3=4

12/4=3

100

Shayla needs to be at cheer practice at 6:45 pm to be on time. Her house is 30 minutes away. When should she leave to arrive on time?

6:15 pm

Must include pm.

100

Olivia bought a pencil and an emoji eraser for 75ยข from the school store. She paid with a $1 bill. How much change did Olivia receive?

.25 cents

200

Sherri said because he knows 6 x 4 he also knows 4 x 6. Is he correct? Explain.

Yes, he is correct. The commutative property says you can just turn the numbers around and get the same product.

200

The zero property says that the sum of any number and zero is always the number.

additive identity or or identity property of addition

200

8 * 2 * 6 = 6 * 2 * 8 and Solve

Commutative Property of Multiplication

200

What are the fact families of:

5x6

Remember Fact families include multiplication and division and there are 4 equations in a family.

5x6=30

6x5=30

30/6=5

30/5=6

200

What are the first 6 multiples of 9

9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54

200

Write 209,640 in word form.

Two hundred and nine thousand, six hundred forty

300

Give an example of the commutative property of addition.

4 + 6 = 6 + 4

300

True or false:

0 x 12 is identity property of multiplication?

false.

300

Any number multiplied by zero equals zero.

Zero Property of Multiplication

300

Which equation does not belong in this fact family?

8 x 6=48

6 x 8=48

48 x 12=4

48 / 8= 6

48 x 12=4

300

If, 12 inches = 1 foot, then how many inches are 6 feet.

72 inches = 6 feet

Must say inches

300

A package of 22 colored pencils costs $4. Kelsey spent $12 on colored pencils for her brothers and herself. How many colored pencils did Sara buy in all?

66 colored pencils, 3 packs

400

Give an example of the Commutative Property of Multiplication.

5 * 6 = 6 * 5

400

Give an example of the Identity Property of Multiplication

5 x 1 = 5

400

19 + 0 = 19

Identity Property of Addition

400

Devon wants to seperate his 24 action figures equally into 3 boxes. He writes this equation to find out how many figures to put in each box.

24 / 3= ?

What equation will help Devon find the quotient?

3 x 8=24

400

Mr. Smith took his wife and 3 children to see a movie. He spent a total of $34 for tickets. An Adult ticket cost $8. How much does a child's ticket cost?

$6

400

Deja logged 161 minutes of reading on her reading log last week. This week she logged 50 more minutes of reading than last week. How many minutes did Deja log for both weeks combined?

Extra 200: About how many hours did she read?

372 minutes

500

Explain the commutative property of multiplication.

The commutative property of multiplication says that you can change the order of the factors and still get the same product.

500

True or False

0 + 10 is an example of additive identity

True

500

The phrase "Mix it Up" describes which property?

500

Explain the relationship between Fact Families.

Fact Families are a group of math facts that use the same numbers.

They can be used to help solve the inverse operation.

Answers may vary

500

Roger collects bugs. He knows that insects each have 6 legs and spiders each have 8 legs. Arnell collects 7 insects and one spider. How many total legs do the bugs in Roger's collections have?

50 legs

500

Megan had some coins in her purse. She used 6 nickels to buy a used book at a yard sale. Now she has 45 cents left in her purse. How much money did Megan have before she bought the book?

75 cents

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