# Multiply with 5 and 10

__Find the product: 5 × 5.__

You can use a number line to multiply by 5.

The first factor, 5, tells you to make 5 jumps. The second factor, 5, tells you that each jump is 5 spaces.

So, 5 × 5 means 5 jumps of 5 spaces each.

Start at 0. Stop at 25.

25 = 5 x 5

So, 25 = 5 x 5.

Find out more about multiplying with 5 and 10 by reading the explanation below.

**Practice Time! **Answer the exercise below about multiplying with 5 and 10.