relearn
relearn asks:
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show me partial product in math

In Topics: Helping my child with school work and home work
> 60 days ago

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laurenf
laurenf writes:
Hi there,

Try this:

The partial-products focuses on the importance of the value of each digit in your factors (remember: factors are the numbers that you multiply together in a multiplication problem).

1. Write out the expanded form of each factor.
2. Multiply each of the numbers from the expanded form from the "bottom" factor times each of the numbers from the expanded form of the "top" factor. Write these mini-multiplication problems in a list.
3. Find the product of each multiplication - finds partial products.
4. Add the partial products.


example:

423 x 6

423 --> 400 + 20 + 3
x 6 --> 6
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6 x 3 = 18
6 x 20 = 120
6 x 400 = 2400
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2538

Which was taken from Wikianswers (linked below).

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jaela123
jaela123 writes:
Get a teacher to help cause I do not understand.
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