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# Write a 3-digit multiple of 10 as a multiplication equation

I can write a 3-digit multiple of 10 as a multiplication equation.

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# Write a 3-digit multiple of 10 as a multiplication equation

I can write a 3-digit multiple of 10 as a multiplication equation.

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- Base ten blocks and 100s frames can represent multiples of ten.
- The symbol × means multiply or lots of.
- Any 3-digit multiples of ten can be written as a multiplication equation.

### Common misconception

Pupils may explain the relationship with multiples of 10 as 'adding a zero' (e.g. 37 x 10 = 370).

Pupils should be discouraged from doing this. Instead, explore place value, reminding pupils that each 100 represents 10 lots of ten.

### Keywords

Equation - An equation is used to show that one number or calculation is equal to another.

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

Pupils may need to represent multiples of ten using base ten blocks or 10s counters and 'hundreds' frames.

Teacher tip

### Licence

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Which number is represented by the base ten blocks?

7

700

Q2.

How many tens are represented here?

Q3.

What number is represented by the base ten blocks?

12

102

112

Q4.

What number is missing from the bar model?

Q5.

Order these numbers, starting with the smallest.

Q6.

What number is missing from the bar model?

## Exit quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Which numbers are a multiple of ten?

105

308

Q2.

Match the number of tens to the numeral they are equal to.

120

210

220

Q3.

Which equation represents the base ten blocks?

17 tens = 170

26 tens = 260

Q4.

What 3-digit number would complete the bar model?

Q5.

Complete this equation: x 10 = 410

Q6.

Which equation is not correct?

50 x 10 = 500

510 = 10 x 51

10 x 53 = 530