## I apologize for the confusion. I understand that word problems can be difficult, especially when it comes to determining whether it's a multiplication or division problem. While there may not be specific keywords that can determine whether it's multiplication or division, there are some phrases and clues that can help guide you.

For multiplication problems, look for phrases such as "times," "product," or "of." These words indicate that you need to multiply two or more numbers together. For example, in the question "Dorothy weighs 700 pounds and 1/10 of that weight is her head," the phrase "1/10 of" indicates multiplication. So, you would multiply 1/10 by 700 to find the weight of her head.

For division problems, look for phrases such as "divided by," "per," or "each." These words indicate that you need to divide one quantity by another. For example, in the question "A batch of 25 cakes uses 3/4 cups of eggs. How much eggs is in each cake?" the word "each" indicates division. So, you would divide 3/4 by 25 to find the amount of eggs in each cake.

However, it's important to note that not all word problems neatly fit into these categories. It's always a good idea to carefully read the entire question and understand the context before determining whether it's a multiplication or division problem. Practice is key in improving your skills with word problems, so I encourage you to continue practicing and seeking assistance whenever needed.

If you have any more questions or need further clarification, feel free to ask.