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# Lesson Worksheet: Repeated Addition with Arrays Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice making arrays with at most 5 rows or columns and writing repeated addition sentences to describe the total number of objects.

**Q1: **

Fares and Engy are counting the number of basketballs.

Engy says that there are basketballs.

Fares says there is another way to count the basketballs. What is it?

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**Q2: **

In Adel’s class, there are 4 rows of chairs and 2 chairs in each row. How many chairs are in Adel’s class?

**Q3: **

Shady and Mariam have been asked to count the number of boats.

Shady says they can do .

Mariam says they can do .

Who is correct?

- AOnly Mariam is correct.
- BThey are both correct.
- COnly Shady is correct.
- DThey are both wrong.

**Q4: **

In a gallery, there are 2 rows of photos and 3 photos in each row. Write an addition sentence for the total number of photos that are in the gallery.

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- B
- C

**Q5: **

Adel is using this array to help him count the number of coins that he has.

Write a repeated addition sentence for the number of coins that he has.

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- B
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Write a different repeated addition sentence for the number of coins.

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**Q6: **

Find an addition sentence that tells you how many bears there are.

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**Q7: **

Complete the following: There are rows of columns.

- A2, 4
- B2, 3
- C4, 2

Which addition sentence shows how many counters there are in total?

- A
- B
- C

**Q8: **

Sameh is counting the objects in an array. He writes the addition sentence .

Which array was he looking at?

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**Q9: **

Amira and Lobna have 6 marbles each.

They both arrange the marbles and write a repeated addition sentence to show how many there are.

Who is right?

- AOnly Lobna
- BOnly Amira
- CBoth are right.

**Q10: **

Sally is counting the cars in a parking lot.

Find the missing number in her answer.

How many cars are there?