General Information

**Number:**MA.4.AR.2

**Title:**Demonstrate an understanding of equality and operations with whole numbers.

**Type:**Standard

**Subject:**Mathematics (B.E.S.T.)

**Grade:**4

**Strand:**Algebraic Reasoning

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MA.4.AR.2.AP.1

Determine whether an equation (with no more than three terms) involving any of the four operations with whole numbers is true or false. Sums may not exceed 100 and their related subtraction facts. Multiplication may not exceed two-digit by one-digit and division must be related to one-digit by one-digit multiplication facts.

MA.4.AR.2.AP.2

Given a real-world context, identify or generate an equation involving multiplication or division to determine the unknown product or quotient. Multiplication may not exceed two-digit by one-digit and division must be related to one-digit by one-digit multiplication facts.

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Space: Division as Comparison:

Discover how multiplicative comparison problems, from outer space, can be solved using division in this online tutorial.

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Space: Multiplication as Comparison:

Launch into solving word problems that use multiplicative comparisons, drawings, and symbols in this space-themed interactive tutorial.

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Think Different: Relationships in Math:

Learn how to think differently to see if an equation is true or false, without even having to do the given math problem in this interactive tutorial on addition and subtraction relationships.

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