Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Comparing the Size of a Product to the Size of one Factor on the Basis of the Size of the Other Factor: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.5a

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Example Question #1 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

is _________ times greater than .

Possible Answers:

six

seven

three

two

five

Correct answer:

five

Explanation:

 

 

 

Example Question #2 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

eight

ten

nine

seven

six

Correct answer:

ten

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be ten times greater than 

Example Question #3 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

Possible Answers:

three

one

five

six

two

Correct answer:

five

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be five times greater than 

Example Question #4 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

nine

eight

five

seven

six

Correct answer:

five

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be five times greater than 

Example Question #5 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

two

four

six

three

five

Correct answer:

four

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be four times greater than 

Example Question #6 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

four

six

five

seven

eight

Correct answer:

four

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be four times greater than 

Example Question #7 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

four

five

three

six

two

Correct answer:

four

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be four times greater than 

Example Question #8 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

six

four

five

two

three

Correct answer:

three

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be three times greater than 

Example Question #9 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

six

three

five

seven

four

Correct answer:

three

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be three times greater than 

Example Question #10 : Comparing The Size Of A Product To The Size Of One Factor On The Basis Of The Size Of The Other Factor: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.5a

Fill in the blank:

 is _________ times greater than .

 

Possible Answers:

three

six

four

seven

five

Correct answer:

six

Explanation:

We are multiplying  by , which means that our product is going to be six times greater than 

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