Year 4

# The nine times table

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will look at the nine times table and consider what patterns there are. We can then apply our knowledge of this table in a 'swap the digits' activity.

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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

27

### 5 Questions

Q1.

Which of the following numbers is not a multiple of 9?

108

171

72

Q2.

The 10 x 10 grid has been used to help represent the nine times table. But which multiple of 9 is circled?

45

63

72

Q3.

During the lesson, we used a counting stick to help recite the nine times table. But what value is the arrow pointing at?

45

54

72

Q4.

Using my knowledge of the 9x multiplication table, I can find larger multiples of nine. But which of the following numbers is NOT a multiple of nine?

405

567

927

Q5.

Which of the following number sentences is incorrect?

9 x 10 = 18 x 5

9 x 4 = 3 x 12

9 x 6 = 27 x 2