Question Video: Finding the Array That Describe a Specific Multiplication Sentence | Nagwa Question Video: Finding the Array That Describe a Specific Multiplication Sentence | Nagwa

# Question Video: Finding the Array That Describe a Specific Multiplication Sentence Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

Pick the array that shows 2 × 9.

01:28

### Video Transcript

Pick the array that shows two times nine.

In this question, we’re shown a number of different multiplication arrays, and we have to pick the one that shows two times nine. The first array has two groups, but they’re not equal. The first row has nine counters, and the second row has two. So this is not the correct array.

The second array has two equal groups. How many counters are there in each row? Let’s count. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. So this array shows two times 10, two groups of 10. This array has two rows of how many counters? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, two rows of nine, two times nine. This is the array that we’re looking for. The last array shows two times eight or two rows of eight. So this is the array that shows two times nine.

## Join Nagwa Classes

Attend live sessions on Nagwa Classes to boost your learning with guidance and advice from an expert teacher!

• Interactive Sessions
• Chat & Messaging
• Realistic Exam Questions