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anonymous

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what is the product of 2,000 and 58

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  1. shadowfiend
    • 5 years ago
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    You can do this using long multiplication: 2000 x 58 ----- First you multiply 8 by the four numbers above in a row, then you shift over by one space and do the same for 5: 2000 x 58 ----- 0 (8 x 0) 2000 x 58 ----- 00 (8 x 0) 2000 x 58 ----- 000 (8 x 0) 2000 x 58 ----- 16000 (8 x 2) Then we do 5: 2000 x 58 ----- 16000 0 (5 x 0) 2000 x 58 ----- 16000 00 (5 x 0) 2000 x 58 ----- 16000 000 (5 x 0) 2000 x 58 ------ 16000 10000 (5 x 2) Then we can add these two together: 2000 x 58 --------- 16000 + 10000 --------- 116000 Make sense?

  2. anonymous
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    YES THANKS !!!!

  3. shadowfiend
    • 5 years ago
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    Glad to help!

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