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In the series of providing quantitative shortcuts and tricks, today I come up with multiplication trick.

While doing multiplication of a two digit number with another two digit number, we take at least 6 steps. Try yourself. Multiply 62 with 32.

Now let's do this with a trick

## Step 1

## Step 2

This is an interesting step. Now multiply last digit first value and first digit of second value and vice-versa. Then we add outcomes. But we need the last number that is 8 here.

## Step 3

This is the last step, in this step we do multiplication ten's digit of both value and add the remainder from previous calculation. That's it, we completed the calculation in 3 steps instead of six steps.

We can use this method for multiplication of three or even four digit numbers but time management is really important in IBPS exam and other recruitment exams so for longer calculations, estimation is the best trick. I will post an article about how to do long calculations using estimation and result is 95% accurate which is enough to arrive at answer.

Update 06-09-2013

As two of the readers namely Rahul and Ansh have requested me to use this technique in longer calculations multiplications. I am updating this article.

Update 06-09-2013

As two of the readers namely Rahul and Ansh have requested me to use this technique in longer calculations multiplications. I am updating this article.

## Multiplication of 3 digit numbers

In this example I will multiply 432 with 346. Now the 3 step multiplication method will become 5 step. This method can be used for 4 and even 5 digit numbers but as in bank exams there is lack of time available for calculations I recommend you to use approximation for long calculations.

### Step 1

### Step 2

### Step 3

### Step 4

### Step 5

In case you find any difficulty to understand the above multiplication method then ask your question in the comments. I will try to answer every query asap.

Thank you for this sooperb tricks..I tried for 3 digit to 2 digit numbers. But i din get the answer. Help me in this regard ..

ReplyDeleteIn IBPS you won't have time to make such calculations. Use estimation technique

ReplyDeleteHII...FOR 3 DIGIT NUMBER HOW CAN WE REMEMBER THESE MANY STEPS TO BE MANDATORY FOLLOWED??

ReplyDeleteYes it will be applicable

ReplyDeleteDear Raman,

ReplyDeleteI am very happy and thankful for these nice tricks..but please also give a trick to "multiply 2 digit number with 3 digit number(and more)"..weather this trick is applicable for those multiplication?

Please look at above examples. I did that.

ReplyDelete@rahul I have updated the article. This is not estimation, this a vedic maths trick. Please share this article on Facebook and Twitter as I made lots of efforts for you. In case you are confused about any topic, please leave a reply, will try to write about that topic.

ReplyDeleteveere u said u will post an article on LONG MULTIPLICATION CALCULTION by ESTIMATION..i am waiting..please post quicky..paper sir te hai..kamm kharaab ho jaana

ReplyDeletesir when we take 3 digits multiply with 4 digits its is not gonna be solved....

ReplyDeleteNice

ReplyDeleteif you like to multiply 3 digit no with 2 digit number you have to add a zero before 2 digit number ex.

ReplyDelete132x079

i like 2 digit short cut answers i learnt from that examples. thank you for that but 3 digit confuse,

ReplyDeleteSo avoid three digit method :p

Deletepls sove here example 55*65

ReplyDeleteSir pls help solving this nos. 55*65 as asked by MR.amit

ReplyDelete50*60+5*5+60*5+50*5=3575

ReplyDeletethanks for tricks

ReplyDeletedoes the above trick, told by anonymous, is specific????

ReplyDeletecoz it does not work for 91*76

is there anyone who can tell about multiplication of 4 digit no with 3 digit no

ReplyDeleteThank u so much..i was very much confused..now set..

ReplyDeleteall first 18 people are dumbasses... dont try...u peoplewont get through

ReplyDeleteits so easily explained.. no one can spoonfeed you all