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Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 in your hands

Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 in your hands
Step 1 Choose the numbers to multiply. Example: 7x8 Step 2 Put together the fingers whoses values you want to multiply. Step 3 Now count the touching fingers and the ones below them. Step 4 Now multiply the fingers above the ones touching of the left hand and the ones in the right hand. Answer: 56 **In some cases you will get a number of units bigger than nine, in that case sum both quantities** Example: 7x6 - Touching fingers + the ones below -> 3 - Fingers above the ones touching in left hand -> 3 3 x 4 = 12 - Fingers above the ones touching in the right hand -> 4 3 (tens) Now we've got 3 tens and 12 units -> + 12 (units) --------- 42 (final result)

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