Lesson 13 Multiplication Equations
Let’s learn about multiplication equations.
Warm-up Which One Doesn’t Belong: Representations
Which one doesn’t belong?
Activity 1 Multiplication Equation Match
Find an equation from the list that can represent each situation, diagram, or drawing. Record the equation. Be prepared to explain your reasoning.
Andre had 5 pairs of socks.
6 hands were on the table. Each hand had 5 fingers.
There were 4 boxes of markers. Each box had 10 markers.
Activity 2 Write Multiplication Equations
Write an equation that represents each situation, drawing, or diagram. Be prepared to explain your reasoning.
A package has 6 pairs of socks.
Diego has 7 sections in his notebook. Each section has 10 pages.
Elena has 4 bags of oranges. Each bag has 5 oranges in it.
There are 6 basketball teams in the gym. There are 5 people on each team. How many people are on the basketball teams in the gym?
Write an equation with a symbol for the unknown to represent the situation.
Find the number that makes the equation true. Show your reasoning.