To multiply a multi-digit number by a multi-digit number, multiply

each digit in one number by each digit in the other number.

**Step 1:** Write the second number under the first number so that the corresponding places are lined up.

**Step 2:** Multiply the ones digit in the bottom number by each digit in the top number.

| 6 × 8 | = | 48 | | Carry the 4 to the tens column. |

| 6 × 5 + 4 | = | 34 | | Carry the 3 to the hundreds column. |

| 6 × 0 + 3 | = | 3 | | |

| 6 × 2 | = | 12 | | |

**Step 3:** Start a new line, and add a placeholder zero to the ones column. Multiply the tens digit in the bottom number by each digit in the top number.

| 1 × 8 | = | 8 |

| 1 × 5 | = | 5 |

| 1 × 0 | = | 0 |

| 1 × 2 | = | 2 |

**Step 4:** Then, add to find the product.