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# Multiplying two digit numbers by two digit numbers

Multiplying two digit numbers by two digit numbers. The box method uses place value to make multiplication easier. When using the box method to multiply two digit numbers, the numbers are divided into tens and ones. Once you have broken the numbers apart, you can multiply them. . “Box method”.

## Multiplying two digit numbers by two digit numbers

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1. Multiplying two digit numbers by two digit numbers

2. The box method uses place value to make multiplication easier. When using the box method to multiply two digit numbers, the numbers are divided into tens and ones. Once you have broken the numbers apart, you can multiply them. “Box method”

3. Example: 35 x 18 Tens Ones Tens Ones

4. Once you have broken the numbers apart, multiply them. 30 5 10 30 x 10 = 300 10 x 5 = 50 30 x 8 = 240 8 x 5 = 40 8

5. Once you have multiplied the numbers, add up all of the products. 30 5 300 50 240 +40 630 300 50 10 8 240 40

6. Let’s Practice!!!

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