Using the partial product method in the fourth grade, students can visualize the manipulation of factors that help them prepare to learn algebraic properties. Also, it gives them an easier method to do in their heads, as subtotals usually end in zeros or are single-digit numbers. In recent years, fourth-grade programs have begun to expand traditional methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to teach students a wide range of techniques. One such technique is the partial product method used for multiplication. In the partial product method, each digit of one number is multiplied sequentially by each digit of another, with each digit retaining its place. (So the 2 out of 23 would actually be 20.) For example, 23 x 42 would be at (20 x 40) + (20 x 2) + (3 x 40) + (3 x 2). In some cases, the by-product method saves students time compared to the traditional method, but in other cases, this is not the case. It takes practice to determine when to use which ones. When pencil and paper are available, the traditional method is usually faster. They add by-products to get a final answer to the problem of multiplication. For example, 800 + 40 + 120 + 6 would give you a total product of 966.

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