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Mult. & Division

Multiplication and Division Meaning and Facts

multiplication repeated addition
division repeated subtraction
array arrangement of rows and columns used to find the product of 2 factors; rows have equal number of items in them
product the answer to a multiplication problem
factors the numbers you multiply together
multiple the product of a number and any whole number
commutative property of multiplication 2 numbers can be multiplied in any order and the product will be the same
zero property of multiplication the product of any number and zero is zero
identity property of multiplication the product of any number and one is that number
inverse operations operations that undo each other; example: multiplication and division
fact family a group of related multiplication and division facts
quotient the answer to a division problem
Created by: pdeprosse