Students can use Joyful Mathematics Class 2 Solutions Chapter 8 Grouping and Sharing (Multiplication and Division) to explore alternative methods of solving problems.

## Joyful Mathematics Class 2 NCERT Solutions Chapter 8 Grouping and Sharing (Multiplication and Division)

Let us do it for cars (Page 84) :

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Let us Do (Page 85) :

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Complete the Table (Page 86) :

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Match the Following (Page 86) :

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Complete the Table of 2 :

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Complete the Table of 3 :

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Complete the Table of 5 :

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Complete the Table of 10 :

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How many ? (Page 89) :

Did you observe something? Discuss.

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We observe that 3 × 4 and 4 × 3 gives the same answer that is 12.

Test your observation with other examples.

(i)

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(ii)

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A. There are 8 packets of bindis. Each packet has 5 bindis.

Number of packets =

Number of biridis in each packet =

groups of bindis.

× = bindis

Answer:

Number of Packets = 8

Number of bindis in each packet = 5

8 groups of 5 bindis.

8 × 5 = 40 bindis

B. Bharti puts 4 buttons on each shirt. She wants to put buttons on 7 shirts.

Number of shirts =

Number of buttons on each shirt =

groups of buttons

× = buttons

Answer:

Number of shirts = 7

Number of buttons on each shirt = 4

7 groups of 4 buttons

7 × 4 = 28 buttons

C. Rita bought 6 pencils of ₹ 4 each. How much money will she give to the shopkeeper?

Number of pencils =

Cost of 1 pencil =

Cost of 6 pencils = 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4

× =

So, Rita will give ₹ to the shopkeeper.

Answer:

Number of pencils = 6

Cost of 1 pencil = 4

Cost of 6 pencils = 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4

6 × 4 = 24

So, Rita will give ₹ 24 to the shopkeeper.

D. Five people can sit in a car. How many people can sit in 8 such cars?

Number of people sitting in 1 car =

Number of people sitting in 8 cars =

× =

people can sit in 8 cars.

Answer:

Number of people sitting in 1 car = 5

Number of cars = 8

8 × 5 = 40

40 people can sit in 8 cars.

Making Multiplication Table :

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Make the table of 8 from the table of 2 and 6.

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Project Work (Page No. 92) :

Collect 24 small objects like buttons, bottle caps, pebbles, etc. Arrange them in different arrays and write the related multiplication facts. How many of these facts can you find? Record your answers in the table given below.

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Let us Share (Page 93) :

A. How many gulab jam uns were there in total ?

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8

B. Have they shared equally?

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Yes

C. How many gulab jamuns did each of them get?

Answer:

4

Let us Do (Page 94) :

A. Complete Ritu’s art and craft project by drawing 12 bindis equally on 2 ice cream cones as cherries.

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B. Pooja has 2 plates. Each plate has a different number of laddoos in it. Help her divide the laddoos equally in 3 plates. You can draw and colour the laddoos.

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A. Each string has 7 beads.

How many strings can we make with 21 beads?

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3 strings we can make with 21 beads.

B. There are 54 flowers. Join 9 flowers to make 1 bracelet.

How many bracelets can we make with 54 flowers?

Answer:

6 bracelets we can make with 54 flowers.

C. There are 25 roses. 5 roses can be placed in 1 vase. How many vases are needed for placing 25 roses?

vases are needed.

Answer:

5 vases are needed.

D. There are 27 candles. Put them equally in 3 boxes. How many candles will be in each box?

There will be candles in each box.

Answer:

There will be 9 candles in each box.

E. A tailor puts 6 buttons on one shirt. Here are 30 buttons.

The tailor will be able to put 30 buttons on shirts.

Answer:

There will be 9 candles in each box.

F. Share 24 bananas equally among 3 monkeys.

Each monkey will get bananas.

Answer:

Each monkey will get 8 bananas.