3RD GRADE MATH
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NAME 2 SMALLER ARRAYS YOU CAN USE TO FIND THE PRODUCT.
8X6=

4*3*2*2

hey im in 6th grade so i know whaat this means.... you have to find out wat 8x6 is (48) and find other ways you can multiply it!! ( 2x24, 3x16)
hint hint i gave you the answers!!!
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