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## Common Core Math Task Cards - Multiplicative Comparison Equations CCSS 4.OA.1

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# The words "multiplicative comparisons" sounds scary in the Common Core, but these task cards make practicing this skill easy! Great for cooperative learning, centers, small groups, or the whole class! \$1.50

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