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Basic Multiplication Lesson 10: Number 10

Here's an easy example:

10
×
1
=
10
 
                    
×
  
=
                    
 
   BlueViolet Box   DeepSkyBlue Box   MediumSpringGreen Box   Fuchsia Box   Yellow Box   Wheat Box   GreenYellow Box   DarkSlateBlue Box   Aquamarine Box   SpringGreen Box  times     Black Box Box  equals     Gold Box   BlueViolet Box   DeepSkyBlue Box   MediumSpringGreen Box   Fuchsia Box   Yellow Box   Wheat Box   GreenYellow Box   DarkSlateBlue Box   Aquamarine Box

We start with ten boxes, multiply by one box, and now still have ten boxes.


Here's another example:

10
×
2
=
20
 
                    
×
    
=
                                        
 
   Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box  times     Black Box Box   Black Box Box  equals     Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box   Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box

We start with ten boxes, multiply by two boxes, and now have twenty boxes. We take our ten boxes two times to get twenty boxes:

                    

                    

   Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box    Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box

Try this problem.

10
×
3
=
 
   Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box  times     Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box  equals     Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box   Magenta Box   DarkCyan Box   SlateBlue Box   Blue Box   Purple Box   MediumBlue Box   DarkGoldenrod Box   MediumSlateBlue Box   Brown Box   CornflowerBlue Box
                    
×
      
=
                                                            
 
   YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box  times     Black Box Box   Black Box Box   Black Box Box  equals     YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box   YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box   YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box

We start with ten boxes, multiply by three boxes, and now have twenty-seven boxes. We take our ten boxes three times to get twenty-seven boxes:

                    

                    

                    

   YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box    YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box    YellowGreen Box   Orchid Box   Pink Box   DarkTurquoise Box   LimeGreen Box   MediumSeaGreen Box   DarkOrange Box   Violet Box   Turquoise Box   RosyBrown Box

In order to do basic multiplication, you must memorize some equations but fear not: FoxyMath will help you! When you are finished with this lesson, you will know the following equations:

10×1 = 10
10×2 = 20
10×3 = 30
10×4 = 40
10×5 = 50
10×6 = 60
10×7 = 70
10×8 = 80
10×9 = 90
10×10 = 100
10×11 = 110
10×12 = 120


The following exercise will help you learn the above equations and what they mean. Please take your time: take whatever time you need to learn the material.

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