# Multiplication with carrying

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There are different mathematical operations in math such as addition, subtraction and division. Multiplication is one of the arithmetic operations used in different branches of mathematics. Multiplication is denoted by a cross sign ×. Multiplication can be used between different types of numbers such as integers, fractions, decimals and many more.

Example 1: There are 15 snack-bars in a box. If Ben brought 6 boxes how many snack bars does he have?
Solution: Number of snack bar in each box = 15.
Number of boxes Ben brought = 6
Total number of snack bars = 15 x 6.
Here for the multiplication 6 is multiplied to the one’s place 5 x 6 = 30.
Carrying the 3 on the ten’s place. Multiple the ten’s place 1 x 6 = 6.
Now add the carried number to the 6; 6 + 3 = 9. Hence 15 x 6 = 60. Total number of snack bars = 90.

Question: Multiple choice question (Pick the correct option.)
What is the answer when 56 is multiplied with 4?
a)    204                 b) 224                         c) 2024                       d) None of these. 