# Algebra/Arithmetic/Multiplication Answers

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## Contents

## Problem 1[edit]

The picture to the right shows stamps, arranged in four groups of four.

How many stamps are in that image? While you can count them individually, there is a much faster way of getting the total.

Looking at their arrangement you may notice that there are 4 sets of four so you could do

In our lesson we mentioned that multiplication is shorthand for repeated addition so we could write this

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indicating 4 sets of 4.

## Problem 2[edit]

*Problem from previous page*

Answer

## Problem 3[edit]

*Problem from previous page*

Answer

## Problem 4[edit]

*Problem from previous page*

Answer