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Question Video: Applying the Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition

Complete: 100 × 7 = 2 hundreds + _ hundreds.

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Complete: 100 multiplied by seven is equal to two hundreds plus blank hundreds.

The number seven is equal to two plus five. Therefore, 100 multiplied by seven is equal to 100 multiplied by two plus five. Distributing the parentheses by using the distributive property of multiplication, we have 100 multiplied by two plus 100 multiplied by five. The first part of our calculation is two hundreds, and the second part is five hundreds. This means that the messing number is five. 100 multiplied by seven is equal to two hundreds plus five hundreds.

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