Year 3

Use known multiplication facts to derive our 8 times table

Year 3

Use known multiplication facts to derive our 8 times table

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will develop our understanding of the relationships and links between different times tables and use what we already know in order to solve new problems involving our 8 times table.

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4 Questions

Q1.
5 x 6 =
11
25
Correct answer: 30
32
Q2.
10 x 6 =
16
6
Correct answer: 60
66
Q3.
If I want 36 cans of drink, how many of these packs of 6 do I need to buy?
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2
4
5
Correct answer: 6
Q4.
How many eggs would I have if I bought 12 packs of 6?
36
42
60
Correct answer: 72

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