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Question Video: Using Skip Counting to Evaluate Two Different Products Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

The sequence chart will help you to multiply by 5 using the method of skip counting by five up to 10 times. Use skip counting to find 5 × 2. Use skip counting to find 5 × 9.

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The sequence chart will help you to multiply by five using the method of skip counting by five up to 10 times. Use skip counting to find five times two. Use skip counting to find five times nine.

In this question, we’re asked to find five times two and five times nine. And we’re told to use the chart to help us. We’re also told to use the chart to help us skip count by five: five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50. To help us find five times two, we need to skip count by five twice: five, 10. Five times two or two times five equals 10.

To find five times nine, we’ll need to skip count in fives nine times: five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45. Five times nine is 45.

To help us multiply by five, we used the chart to skip count by fives. Five times two is 10. And five times nine is 45.

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