19 videos in "Multiplication"

Operations on Numbers  Part 2

Introduction to Multiplication Part 1

Introduction to Multiplication Part 2

Properties of Multiplication

Multiplication with Negative Numbers

Methods of Multiplication

Multiplying by 9 cool ways

Addition and Multiplication Practice

Multiplying using the table or box method

Lattice Multiplication 2

Multiply with Grid or Box

Multiplying Double Digits

Multiplying Single Digits

Multiplication of 3 Integers

Multiplication of 2 Integers

Multiplying 2 Negative Numbers

Multiplying 2 Positive Numbers

Multiplying 2 Negative Numbers

Multiplying Positive and Negative Number
Multiplying by 9 cool ways
Multiplying by 9 cool ways
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This video shows you easy ways to multiply single digits by 9, and larger numbers when all the digits are the same, like 88888 x 9...really easy and fun to do!
 Meteor Multiplication  Game from Math Game Time: Meteor Multiplication is a singleplayer game assisting students in learning multiplication. Large meteors with multiplication problems move in toward a large star station in the center of the screen. The student must fire at meteor with the correct answer to the given problem.
 How do you multiply a singledigit number by 9 with your fingers?
 What are some cool ways of multiplying by 9?
 How do you multiply 9 times 3 with your fingers?
 How do you multiply 9 times 6 with your fingers?
 What are some patterns that occur when multiplying by 9?
 How do you multiply large numbers by 9?
 How do you multiply 9 times 33, 44, 77, or 88 without a calculator?
 How do you multiply 9 times 3333, 444, 666666, or 88888 without a calculator?
This lesson explains a very useful tactic that many kids learn in elementary school, how to multiply by 9 with your fingers. Also, different methods of multiplying by 9 are shown that do not involve using your fingers. One pattern that is pointed out is that the product of 9 times a single digit number gives a first digit of one less than the number you are multiplying by and a second digit that is 9 minus the first digit. Also, multiplying 9 by a multidigit number where all digits are the same is explained.
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It is very knoledgeable, but it doesn't tell that how to calculate 9 x any 3 different nos. (eg.108).
this really helped me learn my math teacher couldn't teach that