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Here's an easy way to square a two-digit number ending in 5:
Take the digit in the tens place and add "1"
Multiply the original "tens" number by the new number
Take the result and put it in front of a "25"
65 squared = (6+1) x6=42 & then 4225! # Single-Double Digit Multiplication Worksheets = free = members only Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the procedure of carrying place values to the next column. Provides two practice problems.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly larger string of numbers than the basic lesson. Also provides 2 practice problems.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 single-double digit multiplication problems. The double digit is always on top.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 single-double digit multiplication problems. Includes some single digit only problems to allow students to see the contrast.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Homework Worksheet
Contains 20 single-double digit multiplication problems. An example problem is worked out as well.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Single-Double Digit Multiplication Quiz
10 single-double digit multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
Standard: MATH 1 View worksheet Answers for the homework and quiz. View answers Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets. View answers How Are Addition and Multiplication Related?
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