5th grade
posted by John .
Hi i need help with solving this math question.Make an array for each of these number sentences.3*9=27 and 6*7=42

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3x9=27 (The first number, 3, is the amount going down and the second number, 9, is the number going across.)
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here i will help it goes like this
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hi an array is dots 3*9=27 so put 27 dots i hope this helps bye :D

make an array for 3*9=27 6*7=42

thanks for all of the help concerning arrays we got it.
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