* Which resource did you find most helpful to practice identifying multiples of a number?
*How do you determine if a number (1–100) is a multiple of a given onedigit number?
* Which resource did you find most helpful to practice identifying multiples of a number?
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eric
12/4/2012 02:53:19 am
i determine that a one digit number is that you take a number like 73 and if 2,3,4,5 go into it it is a composite if it dos not go into it it is a prime.
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Tyson
12/4/2012 02:56:28 am
The game resource that helped me identify multiples of a number is crazy taxi because you have to crash into the multiples of a certain number.
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Richard
12/4/2012 03:00:39 am
one of the factor and multiple game that helped me was crazy taxy because you had to find the number that was the multiple that would make a number that multiple for example 10 you would have to find like 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 that helped me get better at factors and multiples
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David Tsang
12/4/2012 03:01:01 am
I know if a number is a multiple of a given number because of multiplication,factors,and my techer mis.alger.
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Amy Vicente
12/4/2012 03:02:18 am
I can determine if a number is a multiple of a given one digit number by multiplication. I can do multiplication by saying (for example) the number 10. Then I start with the number 1. 1x10=10. So the number one is a multiple of ten, and then you just keep on going until you get a double or the same number. the game or resource that helped was the crazy taxi game(multiples)
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Khaiyhal You
12/4/2012 03:04:07 am
How do you determine if a number is a multiple of a given one digit
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jose ramos
12/4/2012 03:04:45 am
you can tell that 1 to 100 is a one digit number by tell in if there is a 1 before the zeros. the resorce that help me was math flash cards because you can learn numbers in exspanded fourm and stander form.
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Joshua
12/4/2012 03:05:07 am
My strategy would be to skip count. I would count by twos if my number is two. Heres an example: My number is three and the number given is thirty three,I would count by threes like this 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,30,33. Now I know that thirty three is a multiple of three.
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Alexis Allen
12/4/2012 03:07:00 am
I can find out a number is a multiple by skip counting for Example 2 is a multiple of 8 because 2,4,6,8 The game that helped me with Factors and Multiples is CRAZY TAXI
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Alexia Hay
12/4/2012 03:08:50 am
I can determine if a given number is a multiple of a given one digit number by multiplying. You can multiply by lets say if 6 is a multiple of 12 so you can multiply 1x2 and 2x6 so you found out 6 is a multiple of 12.So first if you want to find a multiple you can multiply 1x2 2x6 3x4 4x3 12x1.
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Matthew
12/4/2012 03:12:53 am
I determine if a number is a multiple of a given one digit number by skipcounting. I do this by starting with the number I'm starting with. Then I skipcout until i have reached a point where there is less than the number to the number I'm going to or on it. My best resorce was crazy taxi.
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Julianna Bonito
12/4/2012 03:14:58 am
I can tell if a number is a multiple or factor because if it ends in an even number or a zero thats how you will know if it is a factor or a multiple.The game that helped me was crazy taxi and, the star catching game it helps me with the multiples and factors are what you can multiply it by and a multiple is what you can count it by like for example if i was counting by 3's i would say 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27 are only a couple of multiples from the number 3.
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Katie C.
12/4/2012 03:15:23 am
you can use many different ways tell if a number is multiple of a given number. on way I do it is by skip counting . start with the given number . then you add the given number to itself until you get to the other number ,the number right before it or right after it .example:
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Angelina Brotherton
12/4/2012 03:21:21 am
One way you can tell 1 to 100 is a multiple of a onedigit number is like 36 for example:36 is not a one digit number because it haves 2 digits not 1.The hundreds chart. here is how it helps keep skip counting in till you land on 36 or go over it.
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