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Multiplication: Multiplication: Addition: Addition: Counting: Counting: 6. Repeat the value of 6 six times. Multiplication: Addition: Counting: Remember, multiplication problems can be solved in different ff ways. Working with the format that works best for you is the key to successfully solving multiplication equations. We will look at two diff fferent ways to solve multiplication equations. Once you determine which format works best for you, stick with it! When you are multiplying large numbers or numbers larger than 9, you need to multiply each number separately.

EXAMPLE STEP 1 First, remember your place values. In this equation, the three is in the one’s place, tthe he two is in the ten’s place, and the one is in the hundred’s place. 12 123 23 1 = 100 (Th The 1 in the hundred’s place). 2 = 20 (Th The 2 in the ten’s place). 3=3 (Th The 3 in the one’s place). 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. 75 − 233 = Basics of Subtraction Borrow w 10 from 20 and add it 3 1 123 –097 20 – 10 = 10 11 123 –097 3 + 10 = 13 STEP 3 Now our first fi column reads: 13 – 7 = 11 123 –097 6 13 STEP 4 Now let’s look at the next columns; remember we borrowed ten from the twenty, so now w our next columns would actually read as: 11 – 9 = 2 11 11 123 –097 26 STEP 5 Since eleven is greater than nine, we don’t need to borrow anything; we simply do the sub btraction.

When this happens we need to record our answer using a remainder, which is written with an “r” in front of the remaining value. EXAMPLE 25 ÷ 100 = 2 r 5 Let’s work work this using the subtraction method. 25 − 100 = 15, and d 15 − 10 = 5 1 2 Remainder of 5 Here w wee were able to subtract 10 from 25 two times, and had a remainder of 5. 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. Division is a mathematical operation that separates the entire value of a number into multiple smaller-value parts.