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- 1. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 24 + 18

6(4+3)

12(2+1)

6(4 + 2)

6(3 + 3)

- 2. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 32 + 16

16(2 + 1)

16(1 + 3)

4(8 + 4)

4(8 + 3)

- 3. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 20 + 30

10(2+3)

10(5+2)

5(4+6)

5(4+9)

- 4. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 64+32

32(2+1)

16(4+2)

8(8+4)

8(5+7)

- 5. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 72 + 9

9(8+1)

9(9+1)

3(24+3)

9(7+1)

- 6. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 25+35

5(5+7)

5(4+7)

5(5+8)

5(5+9)

- 7. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 18+15

3(6+5)

3(6+3)

3(5+4)

3(6+4)

- 8. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 27+21

3(6+9)

3(9+7)

3(9+4)

3(6+4)

- 9. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 49+21

7(7+3)

7(7+2)

7(7+4)

7(6+3)

- 10. Multiple Choice5 minutes1 pt
Use the GCF and the Distributive Property to express the sum as a product for 56+16

8(7+2)

8(7+1)

8(6+2)

8(5+4)

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