On a numberline, 1 to 10 jumps each 1-10 units in length are depicted. What problem is shown and where do we land?
A number line is shown. On the number line, a series of arcs illustrates a multiplication problem from a one to ten times table. For example, the product 5 x 9 is depicted by a series of five consecutive arcs starting at the zero position with each spanning nine units on the number line. The series ends at the number 45 on the number line, which is the result of this problem.
The task is to identify the multiplication problem shown and to read the result from the number line. The number of jumps and the width of each jump form the factors of the product required.
The number of problems is selectable. Problems will be randomly selected or a single times table, i.e. second factor, can be chosen.
To make the problem easier to solve, the second factor, which is equivalent to the width of the jumps, can be provided with the problem.
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