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Multiplying Small Numbers


Date: 6/15/96 at 15:14:1
From: owen wong
Subject: Multiply small numbers

Dear Dr. Math,

My name is Mary and I need help on math. I don't know what 
6 times 6 is. Please help me.

Bye!


Date: 6/17/96 at 11:57:12
From: Doctor Dave
Subject: Re: Multiply small numbers

If you don"t like to multiply, then add.

6 times 6 is the same as saying six sixes, so
 
6x6 = 6+6+6+6+6+6 = 36

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