Multiplying six by two gets twelve

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In summary, to multiply six by two, you would use the multiplication symbol (x) or the asterisk symbol (*) and write 6 x 2 or 6 * 2 to get the answer of 12. The process for multiplying two numbers is to first write them down one below the other, multiply the ones column, then the tens column, and finally add the results together. The product of two numbers is the result of multiplying them together, and in this case, the product of 6 and 2 is 12. The answer will always be 12 when multiplying six by two because of the multiplication table for 6. Lastly, "multiplying six by two gets twelve" means that when you multiply 6 by
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Substitute each of the letters by a different decimal digit from 0 to 9 to satisfy the following set of cryptarithmetic equations:

(SIX)*(TWO) = TWELVE, and:

T + W = V

where, none of SIX, TWO and TWELVE can contain any leading zero.
 
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986 * 345 = 340170
Found by brute force.
 
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I can confirm that the statement "Multiplying six by two gets twelve" is mathematically accurate. However, the task of substituting decimal digits to satisfy the given equations is not a scientific question and does not require a scientific response. This is a problem in the field of cryptarithmetic, which involves solving puzzles by replacing letters with numbers in equations. To solve this particular problem, one possible solution is to substitute SIX with 137 and TWO with 68, which results in TWELVE being equal to 87624. This satisfies the given equations while also adhering to the rule of not having any leading zeros. However, there may be other solutions as well, and it is not a scientifically significant task.
 

Related to Multiplying six by two gets twelve

1. How do you multiply six by two?

To multiply two numbers, you can use the multiplication symbol (x) or the asterisk symbol (*). In this case, you would write 6 x 2 or 6 * 2 to get the answer of 12.

2. What is the process for multiplying six by two?

The process for multiplying two numbers is to first write them down one below the other. Then, you multiply the ones column (the rightmost numbers) and write the result below the line. Next, you multiply the tens column (the leftmost numbers) and write the result to the left of the previous result. Lastly, you add the two results together to get the final answer. In this case, the process would be 6 x 2 = 12.

3. What is the product of six and two?

The product of two numbers is the result of multiplying them together. In this case, the product of 6 and 2 is 12.

4. Is the answer always 12 when multiplying six by two?

Yes, the answer will always be 12 when multiplying six by two. This is because the multiplication table for 6 goes up to 10, and when multiplied by 2, the result will always be 12.

5. What is the meaning of "multiplying six by two gets twelve"?

This statement means that when you multiply the number 6 by the number 2, the result will be 12. It is another way of expressing the multiplication equation 6 x 2 = 12.

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