# multiple

Vocab
Lesson 3–6
Lesson 3–5
Associative Property
of Multiplication
Commutative Property
of Multiplication
3 &times; (4 &times; 6) = (3 &times; 4) &times; 6
3&times;6=6&times;3
Lesson 3–7
Lesson 3–1
decompose
dividend
6
6&times;1=6
3&times;2=6
2&times;3=6
1&times;6=6
64 &divide; 8 = 8
Factors: 1, 2, 3, 6
Lesson 3–1
Lesson 3–1
divisor
fact family
28
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4
7
4 &times; 7 = 28, 7 &times; 4 = 28,
28 &divide; 7 = 4, 28 &divide; 4 = 7
Lesson 3–1
Lesson 3–5
factor
2
2
2&times;2=4
Identity Property
of Multiplication
1 &times; 10 = 10
10 &times; 1 = 10
Ideas for Use
• Design a crossword puzzle. Use the
definition for each word as the clues.
• Use the blank cards to write your own
vocabulary cards.
The order in which two numbers are
multiplied does not change the product.
The grouping of the factors does not change
the product.
How is this property different from the
Associative Property of Multiplication?
How is this property like the Associative
A number that is being divided.
To break apart a number.
Write the words from this set of cards that are
related to dividend.
Decompose is a multiple-meaning word.
Use another meaning of decompose in a
sentence.
A group of related facts using the same
numbers.
The number by which the dividend is being
divided.
How can you remember that a fact family
uses the same 3 numbers?
The suffix -or means “a thing that does the
action”. Write how divisor does the action
in division.
When any number is multiplied by 1, the
product is that number.
A number that divides a whole number
evenly. Also, a number that is multiplied
by another number.
Look in the dictionary for a meaning of
identity. Write a sentence using that meaning.
and division problems?
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• Group 2 or 3 common words. Add a word
that is unrelated to the group. Then work
with a friend to name the unrelated word.
Vocab
Lesson 3–7
Lesson 3–1
multiple
product
4
multiples of 8:
0,
8,
16,
24, 32...
0&times;8
1&times;8
2&times;8
3&times;8
Lesson 3–1
3
4&times;8
3 &times; 4 = 12
Lesson 3–2
quotient
15 &divide; 3 = 5
repeated subtraction
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lesson 3–5
Zero Property
of Multiplication
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12 &times; 0 = 0
3&times;0=0
Ideas for Use
• Group 2 or 3 common words. Add a word
that is unrelated to the group. Then work
with a friend to name the unrelated word.
The answer to a multiplication problem.
Product is a multiple-meaning word. Use
another meaning of product in a sentence.
Subtraction of the same subtrahend over and
over again.
• Design a crossword puzzle. Use the
definition for each word as the clues.
• Use the blank cards to write your
own vocabulary cards.
A multiple of a number is the product of that
number and a whole number.