multiplication using three numbers

Elementary Math (K-6th) Tutorial

multiplication using three numbers

Intro

Now that you know how to multiply two numbers, what if you multiply with three numbers? well here is an example:

Sample Problem

2x3x6

Solution

Well first you have to multiply 2×3 which equals to 6 but there is another 6 you have to multiply. You have to multiply 6×6 to complete the problem. So that means 2x3x6 is equal to 36. I know it seems hard at first, i struggled too, but with practice, you can do it.



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