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If multiplying 3 digit numbers with 2 digit numbers. For example; 345 x 92=

First you will start with 2 by multiplying it by 5 then carry the 1 above the 4 then multiply the "2" with 4 then add the number on-top of the 4 which is 1 and it will give you 9. 4 x 2= 8+1=9. Then times the 2 by 3 which is 6. That is not your answer, yet. 690 plus the amount you get by multiplying 9 by every number, 5 then carry the number, 4 times 9, plus the number above it, then carry the 3 on top of the 3. Then add your total to 690 or what ever your equation is.

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