Which are partial products for 535 × 69?
Choose all answers that are correct.
A.
45
B.
180
C.
450
D.
1,800

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- anonymous

i swear its gotta be all of them..

- anonymous

cant be

- anonymous

guess i can try it

- anonymous

blah , you could try but ...maybe look it up on another website?

- Excalibur0126

However many points the question is worth is how many answers there are.

- anonymous

what do u mean?

- Excalibur0126

If this is online school, then it will say how many points the question is worth, and that's how many answers there are correct

- anonymous

its worth 1 point..

- anonymous

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- anonymous

what the monkey is a "partial product" ??

- anonymous

what? @satellite73

- anonymous

A partial product is pretty much breaking down a multiplecation problem to the expanded form (Like we learned you can do with back in elementary school, 10*10=5*5*4)

- anonymous

hmm i doubt it

- anonymous

But there is a slight difference

- anonymous

that is called "factoring"

- anonymous

maybe like \(5\times 9=45\)?

- anonymous

- anonymous

It's a difference. You have to break the problem down according to the place each digit is in (ones place, tens place, hundreds place etc.) and they have to add up to get to the original number.

- anonymous

539 x 69 would be
(500 + 30 + 9) times 69

- anonymous

you sure about that ^^

- anonymous

that is 37,191

- anonymous

(500 + 30 + 9) times (60 + 9)

- anonymous

Now we have to find the partial products

- anonymous

yes what are the partial products though.. O.O

- anonymous

So this is what you do, With the numbers 60 and 9, you have to determine which combination of them will get you to the answer of 539*69

- anonymous

You have to multiply either 500, 60, or 5 by 60 or 9 in a certain combination to get you to the same answer the original problem (539*69) would get you to.

- anonymous

You can use any number more than once as long as it is not in the same problem.

- anonymous

Let's try 9 first and see can we get 1,800 out of that to get a part of the answer (i.e a partial product)

- anonymous

i guess it is too much trouble just to say "multiply"
gotta make it more confusing

- anonymous

5 and 9 makes 45 when you multiply them, so that could be a partial product, let's see if we can get the rest of the equation to verify

- anonymous

500 times 60 is equal to 30k, so now we have 30,045

- anonymous

500 times 9 is 4500, so now we have 34,545 out of 36,915

- anonymous

30*60=1800, so now we have 36345 out of 36915

- anonymous

So 1800 can be a partial product too, so now we have 45 and 1800 and partial products

- anonymous

wait, sorry about the 45, that's impossible.

- anonymous

every1 said 45 how is that impossible O.O

- anonymous

500 + 30 + 9; 500 is not equal to 5.

- anonymous

ohh

- anonymous

450 looks like it's the final partial product.

- anonymous

the answers are... 1800 and..180..??

- anonymous

So 1800 and 450 seems to be the partial products

- anonymous

Oh waiitttt 535, I thought that was a 9

- anonymous

Okay, so 45, 1800 and 450

- anonymous

On second thought, I can't verify 450, I don't even have any work for that one.

- anonymous

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