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math 3rd grade

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How can you use 4x7 to find 8x7? find the product. I don't understand this how can i expect my 3rd grader to understand.

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    4x7= 28
    8x7= 56

    28 x2 = 56

    Tell ur 3rd grader that double of 4x7 (28) will equal to 8x7 (56)

    hope this helps :)

  • math 3rd grade - ,

    Well see 4x7 doubled is well 28+28=56 so 4x7 doubled is equal to 8x7 hope this helps

  • math 3rd grade - ,

    4 x 7 = 28
    Double of 4 is 8, so we will double 28

    (4x2) x 7 = (28x28)
    or
    (4+4) x 7 = (28+28) answer 56)

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    Correct

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    2+2=4

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    WHAT IS THE HIGEST COMMON FRACTION OF 16 AND 20.

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  • math 3rd grade - ,

    Sarah ordered a veggie pizza she ate 3 slices of the veggie pizza how many factions of the veggie pizza are left over

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    The answer is 56

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    Kids should learn on their own

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    Deanng

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