# What does it mean to draw an array in math?

## What does it mean to draw an array in math?

multiplication

An array is a way to represent multiplication and division using rows and columns. Rows represent the number of groups. It is important for your child to remember that rows (groups) are drawn horizontally and columns (number in each group) are drawn vertically.

## What is an array in math addition?

Arrays and repeated addition An array is a group of objects arranged in rows and columns. We can use arrays to show repeated addition. Multiplication is repeated addition. We can use arrays to show multiplication as repeated addition.

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### What do the numbers mean in array math?

The pair of numbers in each cell indicates what row and what column that cell represents, with the first number indicating the row and the second number indicating the column. For example, the “1,2” indicates “row 1, column 2,” which we can see is true based on the column and row labels on the table.

### How is an array used to represent multiplication?

An array is a way to represent multiplication and division using rows and columns. Rows represent the number of groups. Columns represent the number in each group or the size of each group. Here are 2 word problems that involve multiplication. Below are arrays that represent the information in each problem.

**How are arrays used in math and science?**

They can contain virtually anything you want to put in them, but regardless what is in the cells, a given cell would be referred to in the same way as shown in the table. Arrays are used in many different areas, not just mathematics, but this page focuses on arrays in mathematics.

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