# Explain the relationship between pairs of 3 and 9 times table facts that have the same product

I can explain the relationship between pairs of 3 and 9 times table facts that have the same product.

# Explain the relationship between pairs of 3 and 9 times table facts that have the same product

I can explain the relationship between pairs of 3 and 9 times table facts that have the same product.

## Slide deck

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- There are three times as many threes as nines.
- We can say that triple three is equal to nine.
- Triple means 'three times'.

### Common misconception

Lack of fluency in the 3s and 9s times tables can lead to pupils being slower to grasp the generalisation about the relationship between the 3 and 9 times tables.

Model using arrays and other representations. Pupils who may struggle to triple / find one third of a number may require more time to work through calculations. Multiplication grids could also be provided while pupils become more fluent in recall.

### Keywords

Multiple - A multiple is the result of multiplying a number by another whole number.

Triple - To triple means to become three times as many or to multiply by three.

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## Worksheet

## Starter quiz

### 6 Questions

## Exit quiz

### 6 Questions

9

18

27

30

36

1 × 9

2 × 9

9 × 3

4 × 9

5 × 9