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You add two zeros at the end of the answer 80*90=7200

Q: How do you use a shortcut to multiply tens by tens?

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simple. just multiply 192,000 by 10=1,920,000 tens

in division

That means multiply it by 2. If your tens digit is 3, your ones digit is 6.

multiply V by 3 then divide by 4pi , find the cube root of this, then square it and multiply by 4 pi

4because 64 divided by 16 equals 4you can check your work by multiply 16 times 4 and you get 64 tens

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Just add a zero behind the number. (8 x 10 = 80)

You multiply by 10.

simple. just multiply 192,000 by 10=1,920,000 tens

There are 4 tens in 40. If you multiply 82 by ten four times, you'll get the answer. 820 + 820 + 820 + 820 = 3280 82 x 40 = 3280

in division

That means multiply it by 2. If your tens digit is 3, your ones digit is 6.

With the number 20,000, you can organize it into 2(10)(10)(10)(10), which gives you four tens. You can also do this with a shortcut: count the zeros.

press F2 for rename shortcut

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its a shortcut

Use the Ctrl + F shortcut key combination.

multiply V by 3 then divide by 4pi , find the cube root of this, then square it and multiply by 4 pi