One strategy that you can use to multiply two digit by two digit is the lattice method. You make a box, split it evenly into fourths, then split those boxes into twos. Then say your question is 37x59. You would put 3 on top of the top left side, then 7 on the top right side. Then you put 5 on the right side with the 9 under it.
Some strategies that you can use to multiply a two-digit by two-digit number is Lattice Method. Also there is a method called Partial Product. The last way to solve is Traditional Method. Personally, my favorite method to solve is Lattice Method. This is because it is an easy way to do multiplication. Also towards the end there is a little bit of plain, and easy addition
Some straitiges that you can use for two digit numbers are Latice methoud or the tridional way does two are real easy to draw with no hasle. The third way to do multipalcaition you can use addition so easy so when your here in Miss. Algers class tell Miss. Alger how easy multipalcation is you might be smart matthew bye for now.
one strategy that can be used to multiply a two-digit number is the partial product method. first you break up the numbers.(expanded form) then you set up the multiplication sentences. next you multiply. finally you add the products to get your answer.
The strategies that can be used to multiply 2 digit numbers are the lattice method. The lattice method because it is probably the easiest method that I know. For example when you have to multiply 57x38 your not going to do it the traditional way but you always can the lattice method isn't complicated as long as you know you multiplication facts you should be all set and ready to go.
My favorite methed is the lattice method.It's my favorite because its very helpful.This how you do it you have to make a square then make a line down then across then you put your multipcation sentence example: 2 0
Then you can solve it.
One strategiey is the lates method and it helps me because it splits up numbers and you get the anser by adding
one strategy that you could use to multiply two digit numbers is the lattice method.You make a box and plit all of the boxes in half then you write the numbers multiply and then you add up your answers and then you will get your answer.
My favorite method is the lattice method.Another strategy is partial products.I think that the lattice method is more efficient.I think this because it is much faster for me.
One strategy that people can use to multiply two digit #'s is the lattice method. In order to get the correct answer using the lattice method you must make a box then split it into fourths then make three diagonal lines right through the middle of the squares going out of the box. Then one of the two digit #'s on the top squares and the other two digit #'s on the right side squares.
The strategy that can mutiply two-digit numbers are:
lattice method, and
Personaly I love the lattice method a lot. It helped me so I highly recomend the lattice method for you.Hope you enjoy the lattice method.
a strategy you can use for a whole digit number is the lattice method because if you want to like multiply like 3456 you can multiply that number because you could do 3 on the top 4 on the top 5 in the middle and 6 in the middle like 3 the top left 4 the top right 5 the middle left and 6 on the middle right and than you could do it by little and then you will get that answer
my best way to solve a two digit by two digit equation is to us the latice
method.this is may favorite strategy because all you need to do is make
a square. then add strait lines then add diangle lines. next you put the number in. then you multiply like this 9X5 and 3X2 and 9X2 and 3X5 9X5=45 and 3X2=6 and 9X2=18 and 3X5=15. now add 45+6+18+15 witch= 90
when I multiply a 2 digit by 2digit numbers I use the lattes method this method is quick and easy that is why I use it .
One strategy to multiply 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers is the lattice method it is an easier way to multiply 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers.For example if you were multiplying 15x15.With the lattice method you would find out that the answer is 225.
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