Multiplying and Dividing by Tens

Multiplying and Dividing by Tens
Multiplying and Dividing by Tens
Multiplying and Dividing by Tens
Multiplying and Dividing by Tens

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Multiplying and Dividing by Tens

Students learn about multiplying and dividing by tens using place value.    As learning progresses they use mental methods to sort calculations in to ascending order and complete spider diagrams.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to multiply and divide a decimal by a given power of ten using the place value table.
  • Most students should be able to multiply and divide a decimal by a given power of ten using written methods and mental recall.
  • Some students should be able to multiply and divide a decimal by a given power of ten in index form using written methods.
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