Video: Using Number Lines to Model Multiplication within 100

Jump forward in 8s to find the answer to 6 × 8.

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Video Transcript

Jump forward in eights to find the answer to six times eight.

First, we go from zero to eight, then from eight to 16. 16 plus eight is 24. 24 plus eight equals 32. 32 plus eight equals 40. 40 plus eight equals 48. Now, we need to make sure that we’ve jumped forward six times, one, two, three, four, five, six.

By jumping forward six times, adding eight each time, we see that six times eight equals 48.

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