Question 1: Multiply each of the following:
Question 2: Fill in the blanks:
Question 3: Write the multiplication fact for the repeated addition:
Question 4: Let us now count the dots and get the table of 9:
Question 5: Let us now count the dots and get the table of 10:
Question 6: Complete the multiplication tables from 2 to 5:
Question 7: Let us now count the dots and get the table of 6:
Question 8: Complete the following multiplication tables:
Question 9: Let us now count the dots and get the table of 7:
Question 10: Let us now count the dots and get the table of 8:
Question 11: Fill in the blanks:
Question 12: Find the product using tables:
Question 13: Fill in the blanks:
Question 14: Using the multiplication tables, find the products:
Question 15: Multiply each of the following:
Question 16: Multiply each of the following:
Question 17: Fill in the boxes:
Question 18: Estimate the following sums to the nearest hundreds:
(Also, compare the estimated sums with the actual sums.)
Question 19: Estimate the following to the nearest hundreds:
(Also, compare the estimated differences with the actual differences.)
Question 20: Estimate each of the following products by rounding off each number to the nearest tens:
Question 21: A matchbox contains 50 sticks. How many sticks are there in 9 such matchboxes?
Question 22: There are 75 toffees in a box. How many toffees will there be in 5 such boxes?
Question 23: There are 30 days in a month. How many days are there in 6 months?
Question 24: A car can travel 60 km in one hour. How far will it travel in 3 hours?
Question 25: A candle factory produces 55 candles in a day. How many candles will this factory produce in 6 days?
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1. What is multiplication? 
2. How does multiplication work? 
3. Can multiplication be commutative? 
4. What are some strategies to solve multiplication problems? 
5. How is multiplication related to other mathematical operations? 

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