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Ex: 321 x 10 first you multiply 0 with the numbers on top Ex: 0 x 321 .
000 and 1 times 321 = 321 but you have to add a 0 and the back Ex: 3210.....then you add 000+3210= 3,…210........... That's all. === im NT that good on my 7s but on my 2s and 12s i use whats half of dat number for excample if i want 2 figure out 6x6= i use 3x3= and double the asnwer which gives me the answer for 6x6= (MORE)

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Multiplying is adding that same number over and over again. EX: 4 muliplyed by 5 4+4+4+4+4 = 20 There ya go!

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By taking the number and setting it to the amount of the other number. Like if you have 3 eggs with 4 dots on them, then all together you have 12 dots. But if you wish to find… how many eggs have dots and there are actually 5 eggs, because 2 did not have dots, then you'll know there are 3 eggs with dots on them. (MORE)

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Because when you multiply, you essentially are just adding X by itself Y times. Example: X=3 Y=2 3+3 = 3*2 = 6 Example: X=3 Y=7 3+3+3+3+3+3+3 = 3*7 = 21 You Unders…tand? (MORE)

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A multiplier can mean a few different things. It can be the amount of income has increased due to investments and savings, an amount a number is multiplied by, a tool used… to repetitively boost the levels of an electrical force, current, etc., or something that multiplies. (MORE)

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the result would be greater than both or more factors, except for when you multiply by 0, 1 or fractions.

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Yes the numerators are each multiplied and the denominators are multiplied: For example, 1/5 * 2/3. then it would be (1*2) / (5*3) or 2/15

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When multiplying fractions you multiply the numerator to the numerator and the denominator to the denominator. For example: 2/3 x 4/5 = 2x4/3x5

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I'm not sure how they teach multiplying today, but when I was in school, it began with memorizing. We had to memorize the 'times tables' that had all of the numbers from zero …to ten times all of the other numbers from zero to ten. Once you could name any of those from memory, we learned how to lay out a formula to multiply larger numbers, first by zero to ten, then by any larger number. The letter X was used as the symbol to tell you to multiply the numbers. When you start learning, we laid the problem out like this: You and two of your friends each have eleven marbles; how many marbles in total for the three of you: 11 marbles x3 friends 33 total marbles Or if each of you has twelve marbles: 12 marbles x3 friends 36 total marbles Once you've memorized the 'times tables' and learned to do this simple form of multiplying, you can ask how to multiply larger numbers. You will find a times table with some helpful hints on the link below. (MORE)

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Multiplying is like this: Example 2x3=? draw 2 colums with 3 dots in each colum. *.. *.. Now count all the marks. You have 6 marks 2x3=6