# 4th grade Math?

Help!!

Update:

*I know the answers just don’t know how to find which one does not belong.

Update 2:

McGraw Hill Chapter 5 Multiply with Two-Digit Numbers

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- Born YesterdayLv 73 weeks agoFavorite Answer
The answer will be found in the context of the

book which the problem appears in.

All four multiplications are valid as shown.

The first: 15×22 = 30×11 = 330 is a multiple of

ten (3×11×10).

The second: 28×45 = 14×90 = 1,260 is also a

multiple of ten (2×7×9×10)

The third: 18×37 = 9×74 = 666 is not a

multille of ten.

The fourth: 25×66 = 50×33 = 100×16.5 = 16,500

is a multiple ten (10×10×16.5).

This is the only obvious difference, but it might

not be the correct answer.

Update with the title of the Chapter the problem

comes from for a better answer.

- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Sorry, but I only made it thru 3rd grade

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