Always remember that multiplication is the inverse/opposite of division, so they can be used to check each other.
For example: Let's say the problem is 120 / 6. Whatever you think is your answer, you can multiple by 6 and that result should be 120.
Is 120 / 6 = 10? No. The quick check is 10 * 6 = 60, which does not equal 120.
Is 120 / 6 = 20? Yes! We know this is right because 20 * 6 = 120.
multiplication is the Inverse operationof division so it could be used to check my work
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we can multiply the divisor & the quotient to find the dividend
Yes they use multiplication and division to measure geometry
so when you find your answer you can check it by using multiplication.
Because you need to use inverse operations and the opposite of multiplication is division.
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
you can use it
You don't. You can check addition with subtraction or subtraction with addition, since subtraction is the opposite of addition. Similary, you can check division with multiplication, or vice versa.
Multiplication and division are opposites, therefore by multiplying/dividing, you can use the other one to check your answer. say 2x2=4. if you didnt know that for sure (which you should,) you could go like 4/2=2. that means they are related
It affects because if you want to solve a multiplication problem you can use it or also to check your division problem
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.
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 is the inverse operation to multiplication (except by 0). Multiplication by a number is equivalent to division by its reciprocal.
Multiplication is the inverse operation to division.
The result of multiplication is the "product", regardless of what the result of division is called.
You would use division by 1000. 1 liter = 1000 ml
Division is the inverse operation to multiplication. Division by a number (other than zero) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal.
"Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction." Therefore multiplication and division are equal.
they use addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication
I think they invented it to do bigger mathscales, and to check multiplication because they are inverse operations.