## Vedicmath trick to multiply 3 digit by 3 digit

Three digit multiplication is not a difficult task as much as we all dread.In fact, you will enjoy doing 3 digit multiplication once you know this amazing trick. Take your time to understand the technique and practice a lot until you master the technique.Because it so happens that we read a lot of tricks and techniques but can’t remember the exact technique during exam and feel so helpless.You don’t want to be that person!

**Let us understand the technique using an example**

Suppose we want to multiply 121 by 310.

**Step 1:**First multiply the unit digits of both the numbers.

We get** 0 x 1= 0** as shown below

**Step 2:**Now multiply unit digit of second number(310) with tenth digit of 1st number(121) and also multiply unit digit of first number(121) with tenth digit of 2nd number(310) and add the resulting products.

We get,**(0 x 2) + (1 x 1)=1**

**Step 3:**** **Now multiply unit place digit of the second number(310) with the hundredth place digit of 1st number(121)

And multiply unit place digit of first number(121) with hundredth place digit of second number(310)

Also multiply tenth place digit of second number(310) with tenth place digit of first number(121)

And find the sum of the resulting products.

We get **(0 x 1) + (3 x 1) + (1 x 2) = 5**

**Step 4:**Multiply the tenth place digit of second number(310) with the hundredth place digit of 1st number(121) and multiply the tenth place digit of 1st number(121) with hundredth place digit of 2nd number(310) and find the sum of the resulting products.

We get **(1 x 1) + (3 x 1) = 7**

**Step 5:**Multiply the hundredth place of second number(310) with the hundredth place digit of first number(121).

We get **(3 x 1) = 3**

**We have arrived at our final answer!**

**121 x 310 = 37510**