# SSAT Elementary Level Math : How to multiply

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : How To Multiply      Explanation:

Write 12 down. Then write the 3 below the 2 in 12.

Multiply the bottom number with the top numbers, starting on the right:  ### Example Question #2 : How To Multiply

Fill in the blank to make a true statement: ______________      Explanation:

By the order of operations, multiplication comes before addition. ### Example Question #3 : How To Multiply

Find the product of 14 and 3.      Explanation:

To find the product, we need to multiply. Another way to solve is to add up three groups of 14. ### Example Question #4 : How To Multiply

Sally ate three sandwiches each day from Monday to Friday. How many sandwiches did she eat in all?      Explanation:

Every day Sally eats 3 sandwiches, so we will multiply 3 by the number of days.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday is five days. Another way to solve is to add the number of sandwiches each day for five days. ### Example Question #5 : How To Multiply

Find the missing number in the series.       Explanation:

The series is increasing, and shows the sequence of of perfect squares. Each term is equal to a number times itself.    This missing number will be equal to five times five.  ### Example Question #6 : How To Multiply

If Greg eats 4 apples a day, how many apples will he have eaten in one week (7 days)?      Explanation:

You multiply the number of apples he eats a day by the number of days. So it is apples.

### Example Question #7 : How To Multiply       Explanation:

When you multiply the two values, you get 391.

### Example Question #8 : How To Multiply

If Carol has to drive 60mph for 4 hours to reach her friend's house, how far is her friend's house?      Explanation: so ### Example Question #9 : How To Multiply place the following in order from greatest to least:       Explanation: is negative, so will be smaller than and . is a decimal, so it will have greater magnitude than (which will make it smaller, since they are both negative). is a decimal so will have greater magnitude than (which will make it greater, since they are both positive).

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