Use the commutative law of

multiplication to write 2 times 34 in a different way. Simplify both expressions

to show that they have identical results. So once again, this commutative

law just means that order doesn’t matter. It sounds very fancy. Commutative law of

multiplication. But all that says is that it

doesn’t matter whether we do 2 times 34 or whether

we do 34 times 2. The order does not matter. We can commute the two terms.

Both of these are going to get you the same exact answer. So let’s try it out. What is 2 times 34? And we could write it like

this, literally. You’ll almost never see it

written like this, but it is literally 2 times 34. Almost always people write the

larger digit on top, or the digit with more digits,

or the number with more digits on top. But let’s do it this way. 4 times 2 is 8, and then

we’ll put a 0. 3 times 2 is 6, or you can view

it as 30 times 2 is 60. Add them together. 8 plus 0 is 8. 6, bring it down. It’s not being added

to anything. You get 68. So 2 times 34 is 68. Now, if you do 34 times 2, 2

times 4 is 8, 2 times 3 is 6. That’s why it’s always nicer to

write the number with more digits on top. It also is equal to 68. So it doesn’t matter whether you

have two groups of 34 or thirty-four groups of 2,

in either case, you’re going to have 68.

I wish he drew this in circles.

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Could you technically also do 1Ã—68?