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Multiplying Two-Digit Numbers by Two-Digit Numbers Using an Area Model—Let's Practice

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Today we are practicing multiplying 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers using an area model with Razzi! This video contains examples to help you further practice and grow confident in this topic.

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Razzi says get these items ready (...) Because today we're going to practice... Multiplying Two-Digit Numbers by Two-Digit Numbers Using an Area Model. It's time to begin! Use an area model to solve... fifty-one times seventy-nine. Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! First, set up the area model by labeling the top and left side with each factor written in expanded form. Then multiply, (...) fifty times seventy (...) which equals three thousand five hundred... fifty times nine (...) which equals four hundred fifty... one times seventy (...) which equals seventy... and one times nine (...) which equals nine. Last add the partial products. Did you also get four thousand twenty-nine? Let's tackle the next problem! Use an area model to solve... twenty-three times eighty-six. Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! First, set up the area model by labeling the top and left side with each factor written in expanded form. Then multiply, (...) twenty times eighty (...) which equals one thousand six hundred... twenty times six (...) which equals one hundred twenty... three times eighty (...) which equals two hundred forty... and three times six (...) which equals eighteen. Last add the partial products. Did you also get one thousand nine hundred seventy-eight? Razzi had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!