Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **MULTIPLYING NUMBERS WITH COMMON LAST DIGITS : (Mul) LDSdx** from the **MULTIPLICATION** category.

**When can I use this method?**

For multiplying any 2-digit number with another 2-digit number such that the last digit of the multiplier and multiplicand are same. The first digits can be different.

For multiplying any 3-digit number with another 3-digit number such that the last digit of the multiplier and multiplicand are same. The initial 2 digits can be different.

You can also use this method to multiply numbers with unequal number of digits, i.e. multiplying a 2-digit number with a 3-digit number such that the last digit of the multiplier and multiplicand are the same.

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**Related Shortcuts –**

Multiplying Numbers with Common Initial digits: (Mul) FDSdx

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