5 digit by 1 digit MULTIPLICATION with regrouping.

Now that I have written down my problems, I will draw a line to separate my numbers. And, now I will draw boxes underneath them. And, I?ll put an extra box right here just in case. Now, I put boxes on top of here so when I carry. And I put plus signs on it. And, as you can see, you don?t put any box on the last one. So, I will now put ?NO BOX.? And you don?t put a box on the extra one box.<br>
So, the two represent the two times table and I?ll write six circles because I see six here. And, I?ll draw tele marks on each circle and I?ll put the numbers on top of them to remember my times tables. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, and eleven, twelve.<br>
And, two times four is two times one, two times two, three times three, and two times four. So, ten times four is eight and I put eight up here so my teachers can check and see if my multiplying is right. It?s correct. And I also put an eight right here cause two times four is eight. And then, I will draw an arrow to the five, and I don?t have to borrow anything so I put a zero over here, and so yeah I will draw two to the five and two times five is ? two time one, two times two, two times three, two times four, and two times five - and two times five is ten. So, I?ll put a ten here and I have to borrow something. So, I put the zero in this box, and the one in here. And I have to carry the one here. And I?ll draw a two to the six so its two times six, but two times six plus one. Now, let?s see what two times six is first. Two times one, two times two, two times three, two times four, two times five, and two times six. Two times six is twelve. But twelve plus one is thirteen so we?re going to put a thirteen up here and put a three here. And we?re going to put a one here. And draw a two to this six. And we just did this once so two times six plus one is thirteen so we?re gonna put thirteen up here again and three here and a one here. And two times six, we just did this one so I?m just gonna go ahead and do it. But this time you just put a thirteen here. And so yeah, that?s what I?m gonna do.<br>
I?ll submit my answer into IXL.com and I?m going to see if it?s right or wrong. And it?s right. Now stay tuned on future Whiz?s Math.<br>