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Partial Products Multiplication


Partial Products Multiplication
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Description

This math app can be used to teach and study the partial products multiplication method. The app is easy to use and it has an intuitive interactive interface with customizable colors and other settings.

Endorsed by teachers

R. Zeni, Ecole Sandy Hill Elementary, Abbotsford, BC, Canada:

"The math apps by Esa Helttula allow students to practice and reinforce the specific computation strategies taught in class, with as much or as little scaffolding as necessary. They also provide individualized feedback to each student, with an immediacy that is not always possible through pencil and paper practice. Being able to adjust the level of difficulty to suit their needs is also very motivating for the students. I am so glad to have come across this great educational tool!"

Z. R. Prowell, Highlands Elementary, Edina, Minnesota, USA:

"In my class I have used them to assist students with seeing the steps to properly completing multiplication operations such as partial products and partial quotients. There are students who see my examples who still need some guidance, and after using your app have said, "Now I get it." The feature of selecting possible solutions in each step helps some of my students who are still building their multiplication facts. They can gain experience in using these new concepts but not be left behind. Helping student understanding are the animations. They are smooth and really illustrate a step-by-step understanding of how to complete new styles of multiplication.”

The Partial Products Multiplication Method

The partial products multiplication method is a two-step process. In the example 39 x 24, each place value is first multiplied separately. The partial products are added and 36 + 120 + 180 + 600 produces the answer 936.

In the Everyday Mathematics curriculum the partial products method is the focus algorithm for multiplication.

The App is Easy to Use

The numbers are aligned automatically so that the user can concentrate on solving the operations for each column.

After you solve the operation for each partial product the correct answer will fly to the right place. If you press the wrong button the answer will appear above the keyboard but it will not move.

The App has the Following Features:

- Each number can have from 2 to 3 digits.
- The current operation can be hidden.
- You can solve custom and random problems
- The operands of the current operation can be highlighted.
- Colors of the interface can be changed.
- The speed of the animations can be set.

Other iDevBooks math apps

iDevBooks math apps have been reviewed and endorsed by Wired.com, IEAR.org, Edudemic.com, Teachers with Apps, and other respected sites and organizations.

Some of the other 24 iDevBooks math apps are Column Addition, Long Multiplication, Long Division, Column Subtraction, Visual Multiplication Table, Partial Differences Subtraction, Partial Quotients Division, Partial Sums Addition, Decimal Rounding, etc.

Feedback and requests for new features

New ideas to make this app better are welcome. Please visit idevbooks.com to give feedback.

Privacy

This app has no ads or in-app purchases and it does not transmit any data during the operation of the app. This app also does not contain any links to other apps or the web.

What's New in Version 2.4

Interface updates for iOS 7.

If you have any feedback please visit idevbooks.com. There are now 25 iDevBooks math apps.

Screenshots

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