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# Question Video: Multiplying One-Digit Numbers by Four Using a Number Line Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

Use the number line to find the product: 3 × 4 = ＿. Hint: How many jumps of 4 should you make?

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### Video Transcript

Use the number line to find the product: Three times four equals what. Hint: How many jumps of four should you make?

In this question, we have to find the product of three times four. And we’re given a hint. How many jumps of four should we make on the number line? One jump has been made already, and we know that one times four is four. To find three times four, we need to make three jumps of four. The first one has been done. One four is four, two fours are eight, and three fours are 12. Four, eight, 12. We needed to skip count by fours to find three times four. Three times four equals 12.

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