2) 89 x 1  3) 515 x 3  4) 212 x 10  5) 696 x 6 
6) 440 x 7  7) 161 x 10  8) 390 x 12  9) 610 x 0 
10) 489 x 12  11) 995 x 12  12) 420 x 10  13) 595 x 9 
14) 828 x 12  15) 348 x 2  16) 276 x 12  17) 426 x 10 
18) 441 x 2  19) 66 x 6  20) 574 x 1  21) 645 x 1 
22) 200 x 6  23) 10 x 9  24) 72 x 4  25) 58 x 8 
27. Subtract you answer for question 1 from your answer for question 26.
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2) 89 x 1 = 89  3) 515 x 3 = 1545  4) 212 x 10 = 2120  5) 696 x 6 = 4176 
6) 440 x 7 = 3080  7) 161 x 10 = 1610  8) 390 x 12 = 4680  9) 610 x 0 = 0 
10) 489 x 12 = 5868  11) 995 x 12 = 11940  12) 420 x 10 = 4200  13) 595 x 9 = 5355 
14) 828 x 12 = 9936  15) 348 x 2 = 696  16) 276 x 12 = 3312  17) 426 x 10 = 4260 
18) 441 x 2 = 882  19) 66 x 6 = 396  20) 574 x 1 = 574  21) 645 x 1 = 645 
22) 200 x 6 = 1200  23) 10 x 9 = 90  24) 72 x 4 = 288  25) 58 x 8 = 464 
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