We multiply numbers all the time and that is because it's easier to do so than to simply add up large series of numbers. But even though it's the fastest way to reach a result, it can be tricky that's where shortcut trick come in handy. So, how many of these shortcut tricks do you know? Take our quiz and find out.
It's simplifying.
It's stretching one's number of opportunities.
It's a mathematical operation where one number is multiplied by another.
It's the same as addition but more simple.
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Divide 3 by 9
Subtract 3 on the first result
Add 9 to the result
Multiply 3 by 3
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Add 10 to the result from step 2
Add the results from step 2 with carry
Add 10 to the result from step 2 without carry
Add 5 to the result from step 2 with carry.
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Add left hand side numbers, and write down to the left of 6.
Multiply left hand side numbers, and write down to the left of 6.
Substract left hand side numbers, and write down to the left of 6.
Multiply right hand side numbers, and write down to the left of 6.
Add 0 to the right end of the number.
Add 1 to the right end of the number.
Add 10 to the right end of the number.
Add 9 to the right end of the number.
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Add 0 at the right of the actual number.
Add 10 at the right of the actual number.
Add 10 at the left of the actual number.
Add 5 at the right of the actual number.
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Add 7+6 +1 without carry
Add 10 to answer 2 and add carry
Add 7+6 +1 and add carry
Add 10 to answer 2 without carry
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Subtract 100 from one of the numbers.
Subtract 1 from both numbers.
Subtract 10 from both numbers.
Subtract 100 from both numbers.
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By adding the tens of both numbers.
By adding the unit digits of both numbers.
By adding both numbers.
By subtracting the unit digits of both numbers.
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Count end thousands from both the numbers.
Count end tens from both the numbers.
Count end zeros from both the numbers.
Count end hundredths from both the numbers.
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