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Subject:   RE: upper middle schoolers that haven't yet mastered multiplication facts
Author: Gurmohan
Date: Jan 5 2005
In my opinion there are some tables which are easier to understand while others
are not so easy. For example,
1. Teaching table of 10 is not so difficult. The student simply has to put zero
at the end of each times number.
2. Teaching and remembering tables of 9 and 11 can be made easy by telling the
student to add ten to the previous number and then quickly add or take 1 from
there.
3. Similarly, tables of 8 and 12 can also be mastered by adding ten and then
addign or taking 2 from there.
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