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Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 1 March 10, 2014 Problem Set Lesson 1 Answers 

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 2 March 10, 2014   MODULE 4 Expressions and Equaons Topic A: Relaonships of the Operaons   Lesson 2:  The Relaonship of Mulplicaon and  Division  

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 3 March 10, 2014 Classwork Opening Exercise Draw a pictorial representaon of the division and mulplicaon problems using a  tape diagram. a.  8 ÷ 2     b.  3 x 2

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 4 March 10, 2014 § Build a tape diagram to represent 9 units.  § Divide the 9 units into three equal groups. § Write an expression to represent the process we modeled with the tape diagram. § Evaluate the expression.

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 5 March 10, 2014 What would it look like to mulply 3 by 3? Let's alter our original expression 9 ÷3 to create an expression that represents what we did with the  tape diagram. Evaluate the expression 

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 6 March 10, 2014 What do you noce about the expression of the tape  diagram? When we divide by one number then mulply by  the same number, we end up with our original  number. Write a number sentence, using variables, to represent  the idenes we demonstrated with tape diagrams. a ÷ b x b = a  

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 7 March 10, 2014 The relaonships of addion and  subtracon are similar to the  relaonship of mulplicaon and  division because both  relaonships create  idenes.

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 8 March 10, 2014 Please take out your exit ticket for Lesson 9, close your binder, and complete the exit ticket. This will be collected. SPRINTS ~ ROUND 1 6

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 9 March 10, 2014 SPRINTS ~ ROUND 1 p. 2

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 10 March 10, 2014 SPRINTS ~ ROUND 2

Module 4 Lesson 2  The Relationship of Multiplication and Division.notebook 11 March 10, 2014 SPRINTS ~ ROUND 2 p. 2

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