# What are the steps for multiplying by a 2 digit number?

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## What are the steps for multiplying by a 2 digit number?

How to Multiply Double Digits: Using the Formal Algorithm

- Step One: Line Up All the Digits. First, line up all of the numbers according to their place value.
- Step Two: Multiply by the Ones Digit.
- Step Three: Add a Zero Place Holder.
- Step Four: Multiply by the Tens Digit.
- Step Five: Add the Two Answer Rows Together.

## How do you find partial products in multiplication?

The partial product method involves multiplying each digit of a number in turn with each digit of another where each digit maintains its place. (So, the 2 in 23 would actually be 20.) For instance, 23 x 42 would become (20 x 40) + (20 x 2) + (3 x 40) + (3 x 2).

**How do you find the multiplicand of a set of numbers?**

Arrange the numbers one on top of the other and line up the place values in columns. The number with the most digits is usually placed on top as the multiplicand. Starting with the ones digit of the bottom number, the multiplier, multiply it by the last digit in the top number

### How big is the multiplying 2-digit by 2- digit numbers (a) math worksheet?

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### How do you multiply by one digit in Excel?

When you’ve multiplied the ones digit by every digit in the top number, move to the tens digit in the bottom number. Multiply as above, but this time write your answers in a new row, shifted one digit place to the left. When you finish multiplying, draw another answer line below your last row of answer numbers.

**How do you do long multiplication with decimals?**

Long multiplication with decimals using the standard algorithm has a few simple additional rules to follow. Count the total number of decimal places contained in both the multiplicand and the multiplier. Multiply the numbers using long multiplication.