Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **MULTIPLYING NUMBERS USING ALIQUOT METHOD : (Mul) NxM(Aq)
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**MULTIPLICATION**category.

**When can I use this method?**

For multiplying any two numbers provided at least one of them can be converted to an Aliquot format.

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**Notes –**

- An aliquot of an integer is any of its integer proper divisors.
- As you convert the numbers to its aliquot, make sure to take care of the zeros and the decimal points.

**Related Shortcuts –**

Multiplying a Number ending with 1: (Mul) NxM(LD1)

Multiplying a Number ending with 5: (Mul) NxM(LD5)

Multiplying a Number ending with 9: (Mul) NxM(LD9)

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