3 rd grade math

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Samantha says 1+1+1 =3 can not be writtin as a muliplication sentence because there are no equal groups. do you agree? explian?

I don't understand and my son did not bring his book home! Can u help please?
Thank you

  • 3 rd grade math -

    That is not true
    3 * 1 = 3

  • 3 rd grade math -

    Doesn't 3 times 1 equal 3?

    3 * 1 = 3

  • 3 rd grade math -

    no because 3*1=3

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