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Anthony
16/10/2018 04:26:16 pm
Becaus if you do 756x2=1512 so that explains one thing.
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Mr. Tomkins
17/10/2018 07:59:07 am
Your certainly on the right tracks! Are you happy that you have partitioned the 32 in to its tens and ones?
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Anthony
16/10/2018 04:43:00 pm
Do you know how to times with decimals?
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Mr. Tomkins
17/10/2018 07:59:40 am
Good thinking  is this true sometimes or always? Can you prove it?
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Sam
16/10/2018 06:25:04 pm
There is a 1512 because 756 x 2 =1512
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Mr. Tomkins
17/10/2018 08:00:22 am
Can you think of a word problem which would require long multiplication to be used?
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Sam
17/10/2018 07:57:06 pm
Mr Green has 69 boxes of tomatoes. In each box , there are 56 tomatoes. How many tomatoes does he have ?
Anthony
17/10/2018 05:33:48 pm
From what I know, you can always be true with my way of doing this way.
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Mr. Tomkins
17/10/2018 08:27:37 pm
How about multiplying a decimal with another decimal  things might be different... (you might want to use a calculator to check your answers with these).
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Anthony
17/10/2018 09:29:13 pm
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