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Q: How modeling partial products can be used to find the products of greater numbers?

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It's easier to multiply

The answer will depend on the order in which you do partial products. It is quite common in the UK for the first partial product to be the two digits in the tens' place and so that is often the largest. This ties in with the method for multiplying two binomials when they move on to algebra.

The product of two digit numbers is always greater than either.

The partial products for 734X29 are 6,606 and 14,680.

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It's easier to multiply

You forgot to say Explain in the beginning -_-

5630 is a single number and single numbers do not have partial products.

The answer will depend on the order in which you do partial products. It is quite common in the UK for the first partial product to be the two digits in the tens' place and so that is often the largest. This ties in with the method for multiplying two binomials when they move on to algebra.

The assertion in the question is simply not true.

Partial products of 87 times 65 would be 80 x 60 and 80 x 5 and 7 x 60 and 7 x 5. Partial products allow for the multiplication of whole numbers.

511 and 2100

The product of two digit numbers is always greater than either.

The partial products for 734X29 are 6,606 and 14,680.

Partial sums is actually use for addition while partial products is used for multiplication. With partial sums, numbers above nine are added together in the tens, hundreds, etc. columns first. Individual sums are then added together for the final sum.

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