In general terms, if a*b = c then c/a = b.
you can use multiplication facts to find division facts by dividing your divisor and your quotient to find your answer.
Let's say the question was 4x5. The answer is 20. If a division question 20 divided by 5, you know its 4 from the multiplication question.
yes multiplication can help with division because if you find the answer to a multiplication problem use the answer to get the divison.Exanple:32divided by4=8=8x4=32
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Yes they use multiplication and division to measure geometry
we can multiply the divisor & the quotient to find the dividend
Because you need to use inverse operations and the opposite of multiplication is division.
multiplication is the Inverse operationof division so it could be used to check my work
We use mechanical calculators so we can find out answers to division, multiplication, adding, and subtraction problem .
it would be 36 times two
Any even number is divisible by 2. Use to to multiply and you always get an even number.
The fact that 8 x 9 = 72
There are a few ways to determine if a multiplication fact is correct:Repeated addition: since multiplication is simply repeated addition at its base, you can reaffirm a multiplication fact by repeatedly adding the number you're multiplying. With the basic multiplication facts (i.e. times tables), this is possibly the best option.Division: Since it's simply the reverse of multiplication, then you can just reverse the process to confirm it.Using multiple methods: There are multiple ways to do multiplication than just the usual long multiplication done in school, such as lattice multiplication, and Ayurvedic multiplication (just to name the two I know). You can use these to confirm a multiplication.
Not sure about the first part of the question, but when doing long division, the partial answer is multiplied by the divisor to get a product, which then is subtracted from the dividend, to see how much is left over.
Division by a number is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal. That is, n / a = n * (1/a) and as you should know, (1/a) is the reciprocal of a.
they use addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication
You would use division by 1000. 1 liter = 1000 ml
You cannot. You have to also use multiplication by 2 or 4 (or division by 5 or 25), or addition.
In math, the students are working on division and multiplication. She works in the sales division of a large, successful company.
Use the link below to 'math is fun' and you'll find your multiplication table. It's interactive. It will even show you the multiplication fact written out at the bottom, and it will highlight the two numbers to multiply together if you hover your mouse over the answer.
If 7/15 is the simplest form, equivalent fractions will be greater. To make things greater, use multiplication.
Both need integers around them, to use them.
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Addition + Subtraction - Multiplication * Division /
Yes. An abacus is like an array so therefore it is possible to use it for multiplication up to the number of rods, and is able to be used for division by separating the beads.