There are a few ways to determine if a multiplication fact is correct:
You can use a calculator to verify your multiplication numbers. Google is also a valuable resource for any math related questions.
nothing as far as i know
If a fact family has only 2 multiplication nd division sentences, what do you know about the product and divident?
Cross multiplication IS the correct term!
Let's say the question was 4x5. The answer is 20. If a division question 20 divided by 5, you know its 4 from the multiplication question.
That is the correct spelling of "multiplication."
a multiplication fact one number multiplied by another number to create an answer.
multiplication fact means the truth
To cross-check that a multiplication is correct as for example if 7*8 = 56 then the reverse process of division must be correct as 56/7 = 8 or 56/8 = 7
No. A multiplication fact contains two factors being multiplied, like 0x8 or 7x6.
"Another" implies that you have at least one. It would help to know what that is (or they are).
There is only one number. The simplest multiplication fact is 3122111 x 0 = 0There is only one number. The simplest multiplication fact is 3122111 x 0 = 0There is only one number. The simplest multiplication fact is 3122111 x 0 = 0There is only one number. The simplest multiplication fact is 3122111 x 0 = 0
so you say that 3*3 equals 9 but the multiplication fact for it is 9 divide by 9 which would equal 1
The correct spelling is "multiplication."
The correct spelling is "multiplication"
The correct spelling is multiplication.
Multiplication is the correct spelling.
A multiplication fact is a multiplication problem with numbers going up to 12, at most. You are supposed to memorize these during school.
7x9 is the multiplication fact that can be found using the arrays 2x9 and 5x9.
'This lies in the fact' is correct
here is one multiplication fact for it... 1and 29=29