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# Question Video: Writing Multiplication Sentences Represented by an Array Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

Complete the following: 3 groups of 7 apples = 7 groups of ＿ apples.

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### Video Transcript

Complete the following. Three groups of seven apples is equal to seven groups of what apples.

In this question, we’re shown an array of apples. This array shows three groups of seven apples. We’re asked to find the other multiplication sentence which could be used to describe the multiplication array.

If we make seven groups of apples, how many apples will there be in each group? Let’s make seven groups to find out. We’ve made seven groups. How many apples are in each group? There are three. So the missing number is three. Three groups of seven apples is equal to seven groups of three apples. The missing number is three.

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