Look at the picture in Part 1. How many groups of balloons are there?
3 groups of balloons.
How can we complete the multiplication statement?
3 groups
Look at Part 2. Which expressions are equivalent? How do you know?
(identity property).
Now, look at the model in Part 3. What fraction does each part of the rectangle represent? How do you know?
Each part is
How can we write
There are 6 groups of
How else can we write
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