Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **MULTIPLYING NUMBERS USING TRACHTENBERG METHOD: (Mul) NxMy(Tt)
**from the

**MULTIPLICATION**category.

**When can I use this method?**

For multiplying any number with any other number.

Ideally, the numbers should have digits of value less than 5. This, although not a restriction, but is helpful to draw out the lines clearly and count the intersection points properly.

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**Notes –**

- This is one of the most generic methods of multiplication.
- As you would notice that it is not really a shortcut method, but just an alternative method of multiplication.

**Related Shortcuts –**

Multiplying Numbers using Grid Method: (Mul) NxMy(Gd)

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