# More Ways To Think About Multiplying | Multiplication And Division | 4th Grade | Khan Academy

When multiplying, it can be helpful to break numbers into parts.

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## 9 thoughts

1. muttonpuncher123 says:

Thank you for that, you just kicked down a very large mind wall. Tears of joy! You are making a difference.

2. kevinruba says:

Very cool. I would do this in my head, but I can never explain to people how I do it. Thank you.

3. Jon Dimes Is A FGT says:

(6*1000)*(7*1000) is what?

4. Jon Dimes Is A FGT says:

56*8
my vision is using compensation.
(((56*2)*2)*2)

5. Nick Dominates fans club says:

I really helps me but I don’t watch it all the time 😅😅

6. Nick Dominates fans club says:

I really helps me but I don’t watch it all the time 😅😅

7. Joey Sullivan says:

Great stuff!! I recently started The Great Courses, The Secrets of Mental Math; where professor Benjamin teaches these tricks. I love how you have incorporated these secrets of mental calculations into Khan Academy. Keep up the great work.

8. Matias Gjikondi says:

Boring 😡😡😡😡

9. Tumble Games says:

how do you use the thinh=g u use