Reflection: Checks for Understanding Multiplication by 2-Digit Numbers (Day 2) - Section 7: Quick Assessments


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Multiplication by 2-Digit Numbers (Day 2)

Unit 4: Multi-Digit Multiplication and Division, Powers of 10s
Lesson 8 of 19

Objective: Students Will Be Able To apply there learned knowledge and the rule of multiplying x10s, x100s, x1000s to the standard algorithm of multiplying by two digits.

Big Idea: Understanding the standard algorithm of multiplication.

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