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Here is the question: Find the exact value of the following expression: 6*22*5. Use any mental calculation technique you choose. Name the technique. Here is what my answer looks like: 6*22*5 (6*5)*2*11 (30*2)*11 60*11=660 I multiplied by simple numbers. Is this right. Could you please explain it to me?

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