# Investigating multiplication patterns

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will continue to look at different sized grids which are shaded with different multiplication tables. We can then investigate different multiplication grids, consider what grid it could be a part of, and what multiplication table it could show.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the following statements about the 4x multiplication table is FALSE?
All multiples in the 8x multiplication table are also found in the 4x multiplication table.
All multiples of 4x can be divided by 2.
No multiples of 4 end in the digit 5.
Correct answer: Not all multiples of 4 are even.
Q2.
Which of the following numbers does not feature in the 6x multiplication table?
48
66
96
Q3.
Which of the following number sentences is TRUE?
2 x 4 = 4 x 8
4 x 8 = 2 x 4
Correct answer: 6 x 4 = 3 x 8
6 x 8 = 3 x 4
Q4.
Which of the following multiplication tables would the number 60 NOT feature?
3x
4x
6x
Q5.
Which of the multiplication questions will NOT create the product of 24?
2 x 12
24 x 1
6 x 4

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
The grid below has been adapted to represent a multiplication table for a mystery number. What is the value represented by the question mark?
3
5
8
Q2.
The blank hundred square has been shaded to show a multiplication table for a mystery number. What is the value represented by the question mark?
30
52
70
Q3.
The grid below has been adapted to represent a multiplication table for a mystery number. What is the value represented by the question mark?
20
25
30
Q4.
The blank hundred square has been shaded to show a multiplication table for a mystery number. What is the value represented by the question mark?
24
30
33
Q5.
The grid below has been adapted to represent a multiplication table for a mystery number. What is the value represented by the question mark?
15
18