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Question Video: Using Arrays to Model Multiplication by 2, 5, or 10 Mathematics • Second Year of Primary School

The cupcakes are in an array. How many rows are there? How many cupcakes are in each row? How many cupcakes are in the array?

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The cupcakes are in an array. How many rows are there? How many cupcakes are in each row? How many cupcakes are in the array?

There are two rows of cupcakes. Let’s count how many cupcakes are in each row: one, two, three. There are two rows of three cupcakes, which makes six. There are six cupcakes in the array. There are two rows. There are three cupcakes in each row. There are six cupcakes altogether in the array.

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