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# Multiplying multi-digit numbers: 6,742x23

Learn the standard algorithm for multi-digit multiplication. Watch as the instructor breaks down the process step by step, demonstrating how to multiply each digit and carry over numbers. Created by Sal Khan.

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• I think i know that question?
Hi dsupraja05
So like he said when you multiply you half to add to get your awenser beacuse when you stack your numbers you will just have a number cake so that is why you add. -I think
• Why do I keep failing?!😭
• 6742 x 23 well when you finish mulipling the 3 you add a zero below the ones place because 20+3 = 23 the zero you add is cause the 2 is the tens place then you multiply 2 x 6742
• my brain hurts and my teacher makes me do it so...im in pain lots of it
• I'm sorry to hear you're feeling that way. Schoolwork can be tough sometimes, but remember, taking breaks and asking for help can make it easier.
• Hi guys!! How are all of you doing today?
• I don’t get it. When I do all the steps it says I did it wrong
• Then you have a math error somewhere. Without seeing your actual work, I can't tell you where the error is. Use the hints to compare your work with the work in the exercise. This would help you find your error and avoid future mistakes.
• hi booshkees have a great day yall
• U too mr
• what is 10000000 times 99