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How do you do lattice math?

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what is the lattice method?

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i hate this method it suks now i need to do a report on it and i need information about its history

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can you do times in it

i need help with a report my teacher gave me on the lattice method

i hate this!

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how do you do it

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It is one method of doing multiplication. The common method used in the USA is vertical. This method has the numbers lined up on the diagonal. Google on 'Lattice Math' and you'll find a great explanantion by drmath.

Happy Calculating!

94*73=

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how do you do lattice

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I'am in fourth grade please explain the basics of lattice method, so I can understand.

Draw a square. Divide it in half horizonitally and vertically. example:
72 X 3 place the 7 above the first box the 2 above the second box. Then place the 3 on the right hand side of the box outside of it.

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  1. 94*73=

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  2. how do you do it

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  3. The lattice method originated from ancient India. Unlike the partial-products method which relies on your knowledge of place value, you can use the lattice method as long as you are familiar with your basic facts. The cells are called lattices. Basically you multiply the numbers on top of the lattice by the number to the right. A diagnol line divides the place value into two columns Tens/Ones so if it was 15 x 3, in the cell I would first put down 1/5 for fifteen and the 0/3 for 3. The next part is to add the products along the diagnols.

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  4. 30=X+33

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  5. 1221

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  6. 21*35

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  7. I really really don't like this and i need it drawn out. plz plz u would be my best friend plz!

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  8. 1. multiply each number from the top to side
    2. put the proudut in the boxs under the little box
    3.ADD what you got and on the bottom of your lattice box
    4.enjoy

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  9. OMGGGG.I LOVE THE LATTICE METHOD.ITS SO EASY.I CAN DO LIKE HUNDREDS OF THEM.I GOT EXTRA CREDIT ON MY H.W FOR DOING LATTICE METHOD.I DID 2 TIMES AS MUCH AS I WAS GOING TO DO.IF U WANNA FIGURE IT OUT MULTIPLY 5 FROM 2.WHAT DO YOU GET?

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  10. lattice is easy

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  11. OMG I CAN'T BELIVE THAT SOME OF THESE PEOPLE CAN'T DO IT IT IS SO EASY. AND I'M ONLY 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. I am a mom, studied Physics in college and I don't understand this math technique.

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  13. lattice math is sooooooooooooo easy i can do ,and i'm only 6

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  14. i love this technique,it is so easy.u people need to stop saying bab words my 6 year old sis saw one and now she is saying it all around the house.

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  15. http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/52468.html

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  16. how do you do lattice boxes with a ten and then a ones

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  17. is the awncer

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  18. af,gjghgug

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  19. this is so hard.

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  20. faiza see lost love re deaf

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