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Q: How do you multiply one digit number by two digit numbers?

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You multiply the one digit number on the bottom to every number on the top starting at the right and so on with every other number on the bottom.

by one by one

Multiply the three-digit number by the one's digit, or last digit, of the two-digit number. That is your first part. Now multiply by the second-to-last digit, or ten's digit, and multiply the result by 10. That is your second part. Add the two parts and that is your answer.

The ratio of the number of one-digit prime numbers to the number of one-digit composite numbers is one to one. The one-digit prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, and 7. The one-digit composite numbers are 4, 6, 8, and 9. Therefor, the ratio is 4:4, which simplifies to 1:1.

2*10=20

There are four of each.

A one digit number is a number with only one number. For example: 12 is a two digit number. It has two numbers. 3 is a one digit number because it only has one number.

just do it its just a normail times table

every time you multiply by a one digit number ur awnser gets higher

9*4*2 = 72

The product of the ten one-digit numbers is 0.

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