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Multiplication chart 1-100 and 1-12

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771421283542495663707784
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9918273645546372819099108
10102030405060708090100110120
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In the multiplication table matrix, the multiplications of all numbers from 1 to 12 are listed. When you hover over the number you want to find the product of, you can see the product of two multipliers in the intersecting box. In other parts, the multipliers multiplied by other numbers appear.

The multiplication table matrix is ​​a comprehensive table and shows the product of the numbers you want to learn in a practical way. You can see the multiples of each number, their multiplication with their own, and their multiplications by looking at this table. The product of numbers 1 to 12 on a single table can be found in this matrix without the need for different tables or schemes.

How to work the multiplication table?

When working with the multiplication table, you must start from the top digit of the table. You will see the number 0 at the top. The multiplication of 0 by all numbers is again 0. Therefore, all numbers in the top and left rows of the table are 0. After zero number, 1s should be started. It doesn't matter if there are rows or columns in this section. You can proceed in any order. However, the most useful method for you is to move from small to large numbers while learning multiplications. First 1s, then 2s, then 3s and other numbers should be studied.

Each child has a different way of learning. Some children learn the multiplication of small numbers and large numbers, but they want the small number to be the first. This way of learning is easier for them. For example, for them, the product of 3 x 7 is simpler than the product of 7 x 3. Although the result is the same, this detail should be taken into consideration and progressed in the table in order to avoid being forced and moving faster. An irregular and random study will cause both time loss and confusion.

To keep the table in mind, it should be repeated daily and practiced. For a numerical lesson like mathematics, the topic of loud repetition is strange to most students. However, whatever the subject is, it is more memorable to repeat by speaking due to the functioning of the brain. Learning by sight is as effective as learning by sight. Regular repetitions should be performed to keep the table in mind and not to erase the information from memory. After a while, the brain will become accustomed to these repetitions and begin to permanently store it in memory.