NZ Level 3
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Multiplication as comparison of size

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The image shows a group of eggs above the line and a group of eggs below the line.

How many times more eggs are there in the second group compared to the first group?

$\editable{}$ times

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The attached image shows a row of squares.

Look at the two squares, then fill in the blank.

Make $2$2 three times bigger.



Know basic multiplication and division facts.

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