Number (mult/div)

UK Primary (3-6)

Arrays as products (10x10)

Lesson

Arrays are a rectangular display of objects, and we can use them as a visualisation for products. Remember that the word product, is the mathematical term for when we multiply things together.

So if we say the product of 2 and 4, what we mean is the answer to 2 x 4.

Let's see some more about Arrays as Products.

Select the array that shows the following statement.

$3$3 times $7$7

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Fill in the boxes with the missing numbers.

The array shows $\editable{}$ rows of $\editable{}$ squares, or $\editable{}$ columns of $\editable{}$ squares.

There are $\editable{}$ squares in total.

The array shows $\editable{}$ rows of $\editable{}$ squares, or $\editable{}$ columns of $\editable{}$ squares.

There are $\editable{}$ squares in total.

Hence, evaluate the following.

$9\times3=\editable{}$9×3=

$3\times9=\editable{}$3×9=