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  • Laura Maier

    Wow... I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above... similar to the 9's trick but it works with all of the digits!

  • Jessica Snow

    THIS IS SO AWESOME... Multiplication Finger Tricks. Who knew?! Helpful since this teacher never learned her times tables!

  • Diana Bassi

    For teachers who teach multiplication... Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above... the ones I find most difficult to remember.

  • M. Seale

    Good way to reach different learners: I am pretty booksmart yet I always used a finger trick for my 9x tables. Give kids supplemental ways or 'tricks' for learning. don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above... the ones I find most difficult to remember.

  • Kati Wheat

    Wow... I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above... math teacher or not, a lot of people could use this! lol

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Love this concept. I still use it to this day when I get a bit confused. Also, the numbers are inverse of themselves. 2x9= 18 9x9=81 Once you get to 45 and 54, you go backwards in reverse from there. I know, confusing, but it can help.

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