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# Question Video: Multiplying One-Digit Numbers by Four Using Skip Counting by 4s Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

We can skip count by fours using a number chart to help us multiply by 4. Use skip counting to find 4 × 2. Use skip counting to find 4 × 9.

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### Video Transcript

We can skip count by fours using a number chart to help us multiply by four. Use skip counting to find four times two. Use skip counting to find four times nine.

In this question, we’ve been given a number chart to help us multiply by four. And we can see that some of the numbers are orange. These are the numbers which we get when we multiply by four. These are the multiples of four. Four, eight, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40. We’re told to use this chart to help us find four times two. To find four times two, we need to skip count by four two times. One, two, four, eight. Four times two is eight.

Now we need to skip count by four nine times to find four times nine. We know that two fours are eight, three fours are 12, four times four is 16, five times four, six times four, seven times four, eight fours, nine fours. Four, eight, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36. Four times nine is 36. We skip counted by fours to help us multiply by four. Four times two is eight and four times nine is 36.

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