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4.B2.8 show simple multiplicative relationships involving wholenumber rates, using various tools and drawings.
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1 of 101. Question
1. There are 12 notebooks in one box. How many total notebooks are in 6 boxes?
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2 of 102. Question
2. In art class, 6 students can sit at each table.
Â Â Â How many total students can sit at 7 tables? Fill in the blank with your answer.
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3 of 103. Question
3. There are 3 different sized boxes of crayons. Match the number of boxes to the total number of crayons.

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64

66

5 boxes of 12 crayons

4 boxes of 16 crayons

6 boxes of 11 crayons
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4 of 104. Question
4. Kyle put some pencils end to end and measured the length, in centimetres.
Â Â The total length was 48 centimetres. Which number and length of pencils measure exactly 48 centimetres? Choose the TWO correct answers.
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5 of 105. Question
5. The art teacher has 8 cans of paint. Each can has 5 litres of paint. What is the total amount of paint, in litres, in the 8 cans?
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6 of 106. Question
6. Use the equation to fill in the blank.
ÂÂ Â Â 12 = 4 Ã— 3

is 4 times as much as 3
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7 of 107. Question
7. There are 10 eggs in one carton. How many total eggs are in 8 cartons?
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8 of 108. Question
8. Use the equation to fill in the blank.
Â Â Â 30 = 5 Ã— 6

is 5 times as much as 6
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9 of 109. Question
9. Use the equation to fill in the blank.
Â Â Â 21 = 3 Ã— 7

is 3 times as much as 7
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10 of 1010. Question
10. There are 4 socks in one package. How many total socks are in 5 packages?
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