Keywords for Multiplication – Practice Problems

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When reading a word problem, there are many different keywords which are equivalent to using different mathematical operations. For instance, words like times, multiply, twice, triple, quadruple, as much, for every, and so on, represent the operation multiplication. Learn how to recognize keywords for multiplication by helping Judge David Hasselsloth calculate the strength factor of each contestant or competing animals for him to determine the winner in strength factor contest held in Sandstone Aquifer. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.A.2

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Find the right ways to express multiplication.
Find the keywords indicating multiplication.
Find the right expression.
Identify the correct expression.
Determine the keywords for multiplication.
Determine the strength factor.