Wednesday, 18 July 2012

multiplication of whole numbers

In the previous post we have discussed about display and In today's session we are going to discuss about multiplication of whole numbers. Whole number can be defined as all the number greater than equal to zero. In the whole number fraction number and negative number are not involved. For example: 0, 10, 21, 30, 45, 500, 61, 704, 8025, 901254 and so on are all are included in whole number. And also decimal numbers are not included in case of whole number. Now we will see how to perform multiplication of whole numbers. We need to follow some steps to the multiplication of whole number. The steps are shown below:
Step 1: To the multiplication of whole number first of all we have to take two or more than two values.
Step 2: Then multiply one term to the whole value of the other term.
Step 3: Apply these procedure till the last value.
Step 4: And if we have three values then first we have to multiply two values than the result we get is multiplied by the next value to get the required result. (know more about Whole number, here)
Step5: If we apply the above procedure carefully then we get the result.
Suppose we have two values 150 and 20, then we have to multiply both the values.
Solution: To perform the multiplication over the given values first clear that the given values are whole number or not. So here the given numbers are 150 and 20. According to the definition of whole number the given number follow the property of whole number. Now write the number in the multiplication form:
⇨ 150 * 20, if we multiply the number 0 to the next whole digit then we get 0, so we can write it as:
Then we apply same procedure to the next digit. On multiplying we get:
300 X
So, the multiplication of two numbers we get is 3000. This is how we can perform multiplication over the whole number. Now we will see the Vertex of a Parabola, as we know that no vertices are present in a parabola because it has curve shape. To get more information about these then prefer online tutorial of icse syllabus for class 8.

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