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Multiplication And Expanded Form

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sheemaan showkat (27 days ago)
You are great I understood now it properly very very thanks
Balaram Mal (1 month ago)
Sorry I dislike your video
FaZe _SilverCrust (5 months ago)
thank you helped me in my exams
Sadaf Farrukh (10 months ago)
Please can you tell me how to do the long method
Ramya Mohan (3 months ago)
Super
Aryan Sharma (1 year ago)
Great video,helps a lot.
Sqmmx (2 years ago)
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jagurz (2 years ago)
Hey, thanks! Since it's near the end of school, we're only reviewing ouo. I always wanna learn some new strageties XD. I'll definently show this to my kids when I grow up!
Nourin Hossain (3 years ago)
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Nourin Hossain (3 years ago)
thank I love you you maked me the boss of my table!!!!!!
thanks you made me get 92 on my test can you make a long division video it please ill make good grades
Makhi Mazon (3 years ago)
MADE ME A A+ STUDENT
Gagan Mavi (3 years ago)
Made me a boss
Tiffani Nichole (4 years ago)
Thank you very much! My daughter wasn't understanding this concept at all, but your video finally made it click! She was squealing with excitement as she completed each problem correctly! Thanks again!
Chris Wheetley (4 years ago)
why are we teaching this wat? It makes it way more complicated than it is.
twistedblktrekie (2 years ago)
+Terezi Pyrope I always thought the stuff they made us read was stupid. I'm black, and as I've gotten older, I've realized that I prefer to read things about the black experience and from such a perspective. I think it's because I didn't grow up being exposed to it. I think that could have been one of the reasons I was turned off from reading coming up but didn't realize it. I'm also not a literature person (generally speaking) -- even though I got a humanities degree. I'm the kind of person that likes to read things I can apply in the real world.
Terezi Pyrope (2 years ago)
+twistedblktrekie​ fair enough I love reading but i hated English class because they'd force me to read material THEY picked for me. I wanted to read harry potter they stuck me with kids picture books in elementary school because they wanted me to stay within my reading level. (I couldnt read a few short kids novels either) Then middle school and highscool they picked the most borring books. I actually read faster when its a GOOD book. There wasn't any challenge and i only was at a low reading level cause the tests were timed and im a slow reader (until a good story comes).
twistedblktrekie (2 years ago)
+Terezi Pyrope Here's the interesting thing about me. Even though I excelled in the humanities -- and even did well in science (until math came up) -- I have always preferred math. I wanted to be an engineer (grew up a fan of LeVar Burton from Star Trek: The Next Generation). I don't actually like reading and writing. I've always thought having to read books and stuff -- and then having to turn around and write papers about stuff you know that I know -- was so stupid. I also couldn't and still can't stand the idea that teachers make kids read books to gain these supposed "lessons" that they eventually learn just by living life - ha.
Terezi Pyrope (2 years ago)
+twistedblktrekie lol. It is pretty interesting. X3 to be honest though it does explain alot. Like how people tend to either like English or literature
twistedblktrekie (2 years ago)
+Terezi Pyrope That is so interesting how your brain works the opposite of mine. I don't consider conceptual stuff complex because I think my way through problems and see various ways of solving it. My brain is so weird that you could give me a problem right now, and I might do it one way. If you were to ask me to do the same problem an hour later, I would probably do it differently.

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