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The brain has to work through four stages of learning:0 responses
Why memorise multiplication facts when we have calculators, mobile phones and computers?0 responses
You may be about to prepare for exams by revising or reviewing what you have learned. What you eat can either help or hinder you.1 response
To find the answer to 11 x 11, look at the four numbers that make up the question.0 responses
How cutting a football pitch with nail clippers, scissors, garden shears, a manual lawn mower, and one of those lawn mowers you sit on and drive helps to describe how we learn.0 responses
To find the first number in the answer for 5 x 12, 6 x 12, 7 x 12, 8 x 12 and 9 x 12, just add one to the number 12 is multiplied by.0 responses
A way to remember the answer to 7 x 8 is to think 7 and 8 are in order. This helps because the answer is also in order: 5 and 6.0 responses
World Maths Day, on 1st March 2011, is designed to encourage school and student participation in a fun online maths competition.0 responses
How to split your screen so the 3XME website is on one side, and the 3XME guide is on the other. This is a great way of using the 'Assess yourself' practice exercises, while reminding yourself how to remember your multiplication tables.0 responses
Kim Normanton of the BBC presents how people in different countries learn numbers, including multiplication tables. Here's the location of the original radio programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/p00ddz9m/0 responses
You either know your multiplication tables or you don't. It's a fact that can define life chances, but how to learn and remember them?