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1. (1 pt) Which are partial products for 56 × 31? Choose all answers that are correct. A. 6 B. 50 C. 150 D. 180

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  1. anonymous
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    will medal and fan

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    @phi @They_Call_Me_Narii

  3. anonymous
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    1. Write out the expanded form of each factor. 2. Multiply each of the numbers from the expanded form from the "bottom" factor times each of the numbers from the expanded form of the "top" factor. Write these mini-multiplication problems in a list. 3. Find the product of each multiplication - finds partial products. 4. Add the partial products. im guessing u dont know how to do this ^^^^

  4. anonymous
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    these r the steps to solving your equation....i think

  5. anonymous
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    56 × 31 is the same as (50+6) x (30+1) what you do is you use a trick in math called foil(First outer inner last) so foil (50+6) x (30+1) would be 50*30(first) 50*1(outer) 6*30(inner) 6*1(last) so solve (50*30), (50*1), (6*30) and (6*1)

  6. anonymous
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    50x30=1500 50x1=50 6x30=180 6x1=6

  7. anonymous
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    yup...

  8. anonymous
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    so the answer is

  9. anonymous
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    ..6 '-' ;P

  10. anonymous
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    and..

  11. anonymous
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    50

  12. anonymous
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    180

  13. anonymous
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    im guessing thats what it is...

  14. anonymous
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    is there a all of the above answer?

  15. anonymous
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    no

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