Timestables - Alternative Methods

 teachMathematics: Timestables - Alternative Methods

Some of us have difficulty remembering our timetables and if, after a number of years, we still can’t memorise them, it’s probably worth trying other approaches! Below are some nice “patterns” that reduce the amount of “memory” you need to be able to quickly reproduce your timestables. In a computer age “estimation” is a very useful skill. We need to quickly check the numbers/information that we enter...


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