Multiplication and division tables (2,3,5,10)

Lesson

Sometimes, we need to use a mixture of multiplication or division to solve problems.  In these examples we'll look at one problem in different ways, to see how multiplication and division are related. This allows us to work out how to fill in the missing values in a multiplication and division table.  This means we are using our 'fact families' to help us solve multiplication and division problems.

Worked examples

QUESTION 1

Complete the table below by filling in the blank spaces.

1. Number of Groups Number in Each Group Total
$10$10 $3$3 $\editable{}$
$3$3 $4$4 $\editable{}$
$5$5 $5$5 $\editable{}$
$2$2 $2$2 $\editable{}$

QUESTION 2

Complete the table below by filling in the blank spaces.

1. Total Number of Groups Number in Each Group
$18$18 $3$3 $\editable{}$
$70$70 $10$10 $\editable{}$
$16$16 $2$2 $\editable{}$
$50$50 $5$5 $\editable{}$

QUESTION 3

Complete the table below by filling in the blank spaces.

1. Number of Groups Number in Each Group Total
$10$10 $2$2 $\editable{}$
$2$2 $\editable{}$ $8$8
$\editable{}$ $3$3 $9$9
$5$5 $5$5 $\editable{}$

Outcomes

NA2-1

Use simple additive strategies with whole numbers and fractions