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1 ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of. even. 0. even.,0. odd..,0. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to 0? ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,0,,, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of  0 0
2 ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of Answer Key. even. 0. even.,0. odd..,0. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to 0? ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,0,,, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of  0 0
3 ,0. odd. 0.. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? 0. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of  0 0
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5 ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place.. even. 0.. even. odd.,. 0. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and? ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,, ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of  0 0
6 ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. Answer Key. even. 0.. even. odd.,. 0. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and? ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,, ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of  0 0
7 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of odd. even. 0.. even. even. 0., ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) What will 0 have in the ones place? or 0? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,,  0 0
8 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of Answer Key. odd. even. 0.. even. even. 0., ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) What will 0 have in the ones place? or 0? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,,  0 0
9 ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of. 0. even. odd..,0. even. 0. ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,0, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?  0 0
10 ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of Answer Key. 0. even. odd..,0. even. 0. ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,0, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?  0 0
11 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of even. even. odd., ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,, ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?
12 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of Answer Key. even. even. odd., ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,, ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?
13 ,0.,0. even.,0. even.. 0 ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,0,,. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,0,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of  0 0
14 Answer Key.,0.,0. even.,0. even.. 0 ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,0,,. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,0,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of  0 0
15 ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of even.. 0. even.,0. even.,0. odd ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,0,, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,0,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of  0 0
16 ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of Answer Key. even.. 0. even.,0. even.,0. odd ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,0,, ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,0,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of  0 0
17 ,0. even.. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?.,0 ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to 0?,0,0,0,0 ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,0,,  0 0
18 Answer Key ,0. even.. even ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?.,0 ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to 0?,0,0,0,0 ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to? ) Multiplying a number by results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the product of and?,,0,,  0 0
19 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of odd.,. even.,. even. 0.. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?  0 0
20 ) Multiplying an odd number times an odd number results in what type of Answer Key. odd.,. even.,. even. 0.. ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,,0 ) Multiplying an even number times an even number results in what type of ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?,,,, ) Multiplying an odd number times an even number results in what type of ) Multiplying a number times results in a in the ones place. ) What will have in the ones place? or 0? ) Based on the information in the table which choice BEST shows the answer to?  0 0
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