Video: KS2-M16 • Paper 1 • Question 13

100 × 412 = _.

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100 multiplied by 412 equals what?

We could change the order of the numbers to multiply 412 by 100. Then we can use our knowledge of place value to help us multiply our number by 100. 412 has two ones, one ten, and four hundreds.

What would happen to the two in 412 if we multiplied it by 100? Two multiplied by 100 is 200. The two has moved two places to the left in the place value chart. What would happen to the one or the one ten in 412 if we multiplied it by 100? 10 multiplied by 100 is 1000. The one digit has also moved two places or two columns to the left.

Finally, what would happen to the four or four hundreds if we multiplied them by 100? 400 multiplied by 100 is 40000. The four digit has also moved two columns or two places to the left. 100 multiplied by 412 equals 41200.

We changed the order of the numbers to multiply 412 by 100 and used our knowledge of place value to find the answer.

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