A multistep problem incorporates two or more operational steps (operations can be the same or different).
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The length model (e.g., a number line) also reinforces repeated addition or skip counting. [Graphic cannot be reproduced.]
The array model, consisting of rows and columns (e.g., three rows of four columns for a 3-by- 4 array), helps build an understanding of the commutative property. [Graphic cannot be reproduced.]
Apply strategies, including place value and the properties of multiplication and/or addition, to determine the quotient of two whole numbers, given a one-digit divisor and a two- or three-digit dividend, with and without remainders. (c)
The equal-sets or equal-groups model lends itself to sorting a variety of concrete objects into equal groups and reinforces the concept of multiplication as a way to find the total number of items in a collection of groups, with the same amount in each group, and the total number of items can be found by repeated addition or skip counting. [Graphic cannot be reproduced.]
solve single-step and multistep addition, subtraction, and multiplication problems with whole numbers.