Asked in Math and ArithmeticPuneHSC Maharashtra Board
How do you learn times tables?
November 03, 2010 7:59PM
Answer: One way is to practice writing out the times tables until they are committed to your memory. Ideally you should be able to memorise all the times tables facts up to 12 x 12.
If writing out the times tables is too much of a bore, there are many games available on the internet to help make learning them more enjoyable.
Answer: The following helps for all sorts of things you must memorize - multiplication tables, foreign words, etc. Use some pieces of cardboard, for example, 3x5 inches. Write the question on one side, and the answer on the other. Shuffle them, then look at the question and try to answer. Check the answer on the other side. Separate those that you answer correctly (or, in the case of the multiplication tables, that you can answer immediately, without having to calculate - in other words, those that you know by heart). Continue practicing with those that cause you trouble.
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