Multiply 2-digit numbers by 6 using the partitioning method

Multiply 2-digit numbers by 6 using the partitioning method

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will build on our knowledge of the 6 times table and use partitioning to multiply larger numbers accurately.

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4 Questions

Q1.
5 x 8 =
13
Correct answer: 40
50
80
Q2.
? x 8 = 96
11
Correct answer: 12
13
88
Q3.
What does this array represent? Tick 2
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Correct answer: 4 x 8
40 divided by 8
Correct answer: 8 x 4
9 x 4
Q4.
If I buy 7 books costing £8 each, how much do I spend in total?
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£32
£40
Correct answer: £56
£88

4 Questions

Q1.
15 x 6 = ?
45
60
66
Correct answer: 90
Q2.
30 x 6 = ?
108
18
Correct answer: 180
360
Q3.
Which of these is a multiple of 6 (tick 2)
16
Correct answer: 300
63
Correct answer: 96
Q4.
For 6 days in a row I spend £11 on my lunch. How much did I spent in total?
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£16
£60
£63
Correct answer: £66

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UnitMaths / Securing multiplication and division