if I want to calculate the number of apples in 500 vessel which every vessel is having 3 apples, so why the number of apples is 500*3? or actually why it's multiply? thanks alot

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if I want to calculate the number of apples in 500 vessel which every vessel is having 3 apples, so why the number of apples is 500*3? or actually why it's multiply? thanks alot

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What do you understand multiplication to **mean**?

it means something to be doubled (frankly that's what I understand)What do you understand multiplication tomean?

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Instead, let's return to the very basics and figure out what's really going on here and see if we can't suss out what multiplication is. We're willing to accept, for the moment, that multiplication is the desired operation to figure out the total number of apples in 3 vessels of 500 apples each, but

To sum up, we've seen that figuring out how many total apples are in your vessels is an application for repeated addition. And we've stated that multiplication also models this same idea. So, what does that tell you about how multiplication relates to repeated addition?

As an aside, "doubling" only refers to a

Geezzz Ryan, sometimes I wonder if you're serious.

Next time, use google before posting...

Next time, use google before posting...

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"sometimes" I wonderGeezzz Ryan, sometimes I wonder if you're serious.

Next time, use google before posting...