Lesson: Patterns in Multiplication Tables Mathematics • 3rd Grade
In this lesson, we will learn how to describe patterns in the rows, columns, and diagonals of multiplication tables.
In this chart of numbers from 1 to 50, Matthew has colored all of the multiples of 4 starting at 4.
What are the next 3 multiples?
He notices that the ones digits follow a repeating pattern.
Write the repeating part of this pattern.
Complete the pattern: .
The table below shows that the numbers in the 6 times table increase by 6 from one column to the next, that is, each time the number that is multiplied by 6 increases by 1.
Complete using the times table: 4 groups of 6 equals 3 groups of 6 plus .
Complete using the times table: 6 groups of 6 equals 4 groups of 6 plus .