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In this lesson, we will learn how to apply multiplication and division facts using multiplication tables of numbers up to 5.
How many twos are there in 282?
9 children want to play a game. They need to be in teams of 2. Find how many teams of 2 there will be and whether any student will be left out.
A restaurant serves an average of 26 meals an hour.
If this pattern continues, how many meals will be served between 8:00 am and noon?
The product of two numbers is 15. One of the numbers is 5. What is the other number?
A child gets 7 pounds every week from their parents. How much do they get in 5 weeks?
Matthew bought 5 bottles of oil for 6 LE each and 3 bar of chocolate for 2 LE each. How much did Matthew pay in total?
The table shows how many sweets a group of friends won at a school fair.
Use the table to decide if these statements are true or false.
Adel won 2 times as many sweets than Fares.
Sherif won 5 more sweets than Shady.
Adam won 4 more sweets than Maged.
87 children want to play a game. They need to be in teams of 2. Find how many teams of 2 there will be and whether any student will be left out.
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