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Multiplication Formula

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Jakob99us

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new Posted: 02:00PM Feb 15, 2013

IF you do not read this thread you will not know the answer to question number 4 in my Math 2 quiz.Sequall to my first quiz Math witch is still under review.


Multiplication formula is designed to make longer multiplication problems like 400x400 eaiser.The forumula goes like this.

M= 10x10
M=0x0 and 1x0=0
M=Add another zero below the 2 zeros above
M=0x1=0 and 1x1=1
M=00+100
A=100


Reading this now will get you prepared for question 4 and any others that involve this.


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Ihmisen*

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new Posted: 06:21AM Feb 22, 2013

This is 3rd grade level maths.
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Thekid4t

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new Posted: 02:38PM Feb 22, 2013

How does the variable m equal all of that?

Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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JQPublic

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new Posted: 04:35PM Feb 22, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
How does the variable m equal all of that?


... and what does M even mean?


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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