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# Master Multiplication Micro-Course

Soar to the next level by learning strategies to improve your multiplication understanding and develop life-long skills.
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### Micro-lessons in this course​

##### Multiply Using Partial Products

When you multiply two digits by two digits, you might want to try the partial…

##### Multiply by Multiples of Ten

When you multiply with multiples of 10, remember, it’s all about the facts. For example,…

##### Multiplication Word Problems

When solving multiplication word problems, here’s a few strategies you can use. Sal earns \$12…

##### Prime and Composite Numbers

What’s the difference between prime and composite numbers? Here is a list of the first…

##### Find Area of a Rectangle

When we talk about the area of a rectangle, we’re talking about measuring the space…

##### Multi-Step Word Problems

Sometimes when you’re doing word problems, they require more than one step. Two classes of…

##### Multiply Area Models

If you want to multiply with 2- or 3-digit numbers, you should use area models….

##### Estimate Products

When you multiply 2 numbers, sometimes you don’t want an exact answer. You want an…

##### Number Patterns

Sometimes numbers follow a pattern and we need to figure out what the rule is…

##### Factors

Factors are the numbers you multiply together to find a product. Every number has at…

##### Use Area Models to Multiply 2 x 2 Digits

Area models are a great way to solve multiplication problems. With larger numbers, you’re going…

##### Skip Counting to find multiples

Did you know that you can find multiples by using skip counting? If you skip…