Video: KS2-M19 • Paper 2 • Question 1

In this grid, there are four multiplications. Write the three missing numbers.

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In this grid, there are four multiplications. Write the three missing numbers.

Let’s start with this multiplication. Four multiplied by three equals what. Four times three equals 12. Now, let’s try the next multiplication. Eight multiplied by what equals 56. We could use the inverse to help find the answer. 56 divided by eight equals what. We know that five eights are 40. Six eights are 48. And seven eights are 56. So there are seven eights in 56. 56 divided by eight equals seven.

Now, let’s do the final multiplication. Four times eight equals what. Double eight is 16. Double 16 is 32. So four multiplied by eight is 32. Now, we found the three missing numbers. Four times eight is 32. Three times seven is 21. And four times three is 12.

The missing numbers are 32, seven, and 12.

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