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The Revolutionary Tip To Learn ALL Multiplication Tables


The Revolutionary Tip To Learn ALL Multiplication Tables
The Revolutionary Tip To Learn ALL Multiplication Tables

Knowing your multiplication tables is essential. 

The concern is that it is not easy to remember all the tables up to 10! 

It's true for the little ones ... but not only.

Fortunately, there is a trick to making the multiplication tables directly on his hands. 

Here is a short video that explains how to find all multiplication tables from 5x6 on both hands. I find it revolutionary!

How it works

Just know his multiplication tables from 1 to 5 and all the others are easily found on the hands. Here's how :

Example for 7x7

- We already have the number 5 represented by the number of fingers on each hand. So to have 7x7, we only lift 2 fingers on each hand.

- Each raised finger is worth 10. So for the 4 raised fingers in total, that makes 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 40.

- Folded fingers must multiply by each other. So for the 3 fingers folded on each hand, it makes 3x3 = 9.

- It only remains to add these two results 40 + 9 = 49.

- We get the result of the multiplication of 7x7 = 49.

Example for 6x8

- One raises 1 finger on the left hand and 3 on the right hand to have 6x8.

- So we have 4 fingers raised in total, which is 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 40.

- We have 4 fingers folded on the left hand and 2 on the right hand, which is 4x2 = 8.

- We add these two results 40 + 8 = 48.

- We get the result of the multiplication of 6x8 = 48.

Example for 9x7

- We raise 4 fingers on the left hand and 2 on the right hand to have 9x7.

- So we have 6 fingers raised in total, which is 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 60.

- We have 1 finger folded on the left hand and 3 on the right hand, which is 1x3 = 3.

- We add these two results 60 + 3 = 63.

- We get the result of the multiplication of 9x7 = 63.

Example for 6x7

- We lift 1 finger on the left hand and 2 on the right hand to have 6x7.

- So we have 3 fingers raised in total, which makes 10 + 10 + 10 = 30.

- We have 4 fingers folded on the left hand and 3 on the right hand, which is 4x3 = 12.

- We add these two results 30 + 12 = 42.

- We get the result of the multiplication of 6x7 = 42.

Result

And now, you now know how to do all the multiplication tables directly on your hands. No need to pull out the calculator.

It works great! So why not teach your children this easy technique?

 It's still less hassle than learning all the multiplication tables by heart, don't you think?

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