# Electronics - Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - General Questions (Q.No. 12)
12.
When multiplying in binary the decimal values 13 × 11, what is the third partial product?
100000
100001
0000
1011
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Gopal said:   6 years ago
0000

Which is option C as the third partial product comes when third bit of 11 i.e. 0 of 1011 is multiplied with 13 (1101).

ALameen said:   6 years ago
Can anyone explain it in detail?

Arkanazz said:   7 years ago
Shouldn't this be letter B?

Brij said:   7 years ago

Hima said:   8 years ago
According to @Sundar, the answer is 0000 i.e. C.

Am I Correct?

@All

Partial product - the result obtained when a number is multiplied by one digit of a multiplier.

[OR]

A product formed by multiplying the multiplicand by one digit of the multiplier when the multiplier has more than one digit. Partial products are used as intermediate steps in calculating larger products.

For example, the product of 67 and 12 can be calculated as the sum of two partial products, 134 (67 x 2) + 670 (67 x 10).