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Name
3-9
Date
Predict whether the product will be greater than, less than,
or equal to the second factor. Then compute the product. Predictions may vary.
4
1. __
⋅6=x
1
2. 1__
⋅6=x
5
Predict: x < 6
4
4__
5
Compute: x =
2 __
4. __
⋅5=x
2
10
3. ___
⋅6=x
9
10
Predict: x > 6
2
6__
3
Compute: x =
5 __
5. __
⋅5=x
6
6
5
Predict: x = __
6 __
5
Compute: x =
6
Compute: x =
6
Compute: x =
1 __
6. 1__
⋅5=x
6
Predict: x <
Predict: x = 6
3
5
__
6 ___
25
36
6
5
Predict: x > __
6
Compute: x =
1
1__
9
Show your work.
Solve.
3
times as tall as his brother. His brother
7. James is 1__
7
1
__
is 3 feet tall.
2
1
feet?
Is James’s height more or less than 3__
2
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How tall is James?
5 feet
8. South Middle School has 750 students. North Middle
13
times as many students as South.
School has ___
15
Does North Middle School have more or fewer than
750 students?
fewer
How many students attend North Middle School?
650 students
UNIT 3 LESSON 9
Make Generalizations
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