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1 MAE3811–Sp. 2010 Mahoney–1 That Groovey Multiplication Table Take a look at the multiplication table for single digits. An unfortunate fact is that the majority of single digit products produces a two digit answer. Our base systems accommodates this though. MAE3811–Sp. 2010 Mahoney–2 The Anatomy of “Good Ol American Multiplication” Reviewing from last time. Our pencil and paper multiplication algorithm is really the distribution algorithm following by addition.
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2 MAE3811–Sp. 2010 Mahoney–3 The Anatomy of “Good Ol American Multiplication” part 2 The distribution property inherent in multiplication allows us to convert the multiplication of two multi-digit numbers into the addition of the several products of single digit multiplications and 10 multiplications. We learned last time that 10 multiplications are nice for mean reasons include the exponent additions rule. Here is the last product being rewritten in a more modern form… vertically and with out a base expansion…
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course MAE 3811 taught by Professor Mahoney during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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