Multiplication

 

Multiply these numbers using the grid method

 

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How to multiply using the grid method

 

To multiply a two-digit number by a single-digit number using the grid method you need to partition the two-digit number into tens and units values within the grid, then multiply each by the single-digit number, remembering to put in any place holding 0's. Once the grid is full you add the results together to get a final answer.
  

Example 1-      3 x 40 = 120

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40

0

 

3

120

0

120
   

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120

 

 

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