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In this lesson, we will learn how to identify multiplication and how to apply it to real-life situations.

Q1:

Write the answer in words: 9 × 5 .

Q2:

− 1 × − 6 9 = .

Q3:

Calculate − 3 ( 7 ) ( 1 0 ) .

Q4:

Find the product of − 2 and 12.

Q5:

Fady has answered 9 questions in an exam. There are 6 times as many questions in the whole exam.

Complete the equation to find how many questions there are in the exam.

Q6:

Write 9 × 2 in words.

Q7:

Which of the following expressions does NOT belong with the other three?

Q8:

Determine which of the following expressions has a product of − 2 4 .

Q9:

− 7 × 7 = .

Q10:

9 × ( − 8 ) = .

Q11:

− 2 × ( − 6 ) = .

Q12:

The product of two positive or two negative integers is a integer.

Q13:

The product of a negative and a positive integer is a integer.

Q14:

Simplify − 9 [ 1 5 − ( − 5 ) ] .

Q15:

− 2 × 6 = .

Q16:

− 9 × ( − 9 ) = .

Q17:

− 1 0 × − ( − 7 ) = .

Q18:

The product of two positive integers or two negative integers is a integer.

Q19:

− 3 × 4 = .

Q20:

The product of a negative integer and a positive integer is a integer.

Q21:

If the temperature drops 1 0 ∘ C for every 1 0 0 0 -meter increase in elevation. Write a multiplication expression to represent the decrease in temperature at the top of a mountain of 4 000 meters, and then solve it.

Q22:

Find three different pairs of integers, where each pair has a product of − 2 4 .

Q23:

If a given number is divided by − 9 and then again by − 7 , it gives a result. Which integer would the original number be divided by to give the same result?

Q24:

Determine the sign of the product of 12, 3, and − 1 0 .

Q25:

− 1 × − 3 7 = .

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