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Mrs. Brock's class has 23 students. Each student has 8 markers. Which describes how to find the total number of markers in the class?
a) Multiply the ones. Record;
b) Multiply the tens. Record;
c) Multiply the tens. Record. Multiply the ones. Record. Add the partial products. Record.
d) Multiply the ones. Record. Multiply the tens. Record. Subtract the partial products. Record.

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multiply the ones.record.multiply the tens.record.subtract the partial products.record

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