Q: How can you use a pattern to find the product of 5x12?

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commutative property 9X3

it any number can multiply by the same its commutative

You could use it because it shows that its just 7 times 8 flipped!

You use the formula: area = pi x radius squared If you approximate pi with 3.14, and replace the square with a product, that becomes: area = 3.14 x radius x radius

Anything multiplied by zero is zero. And its converse, that the product of non-zero numbers must be non-zero.This is used to find the roots of equations.If a function, f(x), is equal to the product of functions g(x) and h(x),that is, f(x) = g(x)*h(x)thenf(x) = 0 implies that g(x) = 0 or h(x) = 0At high school level, this is used to find the solutions of quadratic equations:If (x - a)*(x - b) = 0 then x - a = 0 or x - b = 0that is, x = a or x = b

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You can use the product from 4x7 to find the product of 8x7 by doubling the answer to 4x7. The product of 4x7 is 28 and the product of 8x7 is 56 (28 doubled is also 56).

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12 x 11 = 132. The numbers on the outside add up to the one in the middle.

yes the pattern of multiplying binomials. 42 = (40 + 2) and 38 = (40 - 2) so 42 x 38 = (40 + 2)(40 - 2) => use the pattern of the difference of squares = 402 - 22 = 1600 - 4 = 1596

you have to follow the pattern that they give you if you want to make your product. but you do not have to use the same colors

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You cannot since there is no product of a single number!

how would you use a hundredths grid to find the product 0.3x0.8 ?

No, not directly from the code. You can determine manufacturer OR use the info on the product itself to do that. By contacting them, you can find out what stores they supply in your area.