Information about Multipllication Bulls Eye

Published on September 23, 2007

Author: Renegarmath

Source: slideshare.net

Instructions and number cards to play Everyday Math's Multiplication Bull's-Eye

Shuffle the cards and place them facedown on the playing surface.

Players take turns. When it is your turn:

Roll the dye, look up the target range of the product in the table

Take four cards from the top of the deck

Use the cards to try to form two numbers whose product falls within the target range. Do not use a calculator.

Multiply the two numbers on your calculator to determine whether the product falls within the target range. If it does, you have hit the bull’s-eye and score 1 point. If it doesn’t, you score 0 points.

Sometimes it is impossible to form two numbers whose product falls within the target range. If this happens, you score 0 points for that turn.

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