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Explain how you can break apart 3times 9 to help you multiply.

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    Why would you want to break it apart? Memorizing the multiplication tables is by the far best way to multiply.

    I suppose you could multiply 3 times 3 and then add the answer three times. But that seems like an awkward way to solve this problem.

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    40 x 16

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