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Topic: Question About Multiplying
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schlynn

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Question About Multiplying
Posted: May 3, 2007 9:51 PM
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I have always wandered. If 2x0=0. How can this happen? If you add two to itself zero times then it just one. You didnt take anything way from it. So then 2x1=4. Because you added 2 to its self 1 time. Right? So how does 2x0=0?



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