**Easy maths**

1. 10 times tables: I work out my 10x table by adding a 0 at the end of the number.

For example:

3 x 10 = 3 + a 0 on the end = 30

659 x 10 = 659 + a 0 on the end = 6590

2. 11 times tables: I work out my 11x table by adding the same number at the end if it is in the units. Greater than 10.

For example:

6 x 11 = 6 + the same number at the end = 66

111 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 1221

3. 5 times table: I work out my 5 x tables by halving the even number then adding a 0. If it is an odd number halve it then take out the decimal.

For example:

6 x 5 = Halve the 6 = 3 + a 0 = 30

9 x 5 = Halve the 9 = 4.5 - the decimal = 45

4. 0 Times tables: If it is 0 x something it is always 0.

For example:

0 x 9 = 0

0 x 156 = 0

5. 6 Times tables: 5 x plus.

For example:

6 x 8 = 5 x plus = 48

6 x 359 = 5 x plus = 2154

6. 9 Times tables:

1. 10 x minus the number.

For example:

9 x 3 = 10 x 3 (30) -3 = 27

9 x 578 = 10 x 578 (5780) -578 = 5202

2. Breaking up.

Break up #’s into times tables I know.

For example:

13 x 9 =

10 x 9 = 90

3 x 9 = 27

= 107

3. Count in 9’s.

For example: 9 , 18 , 27 …......

7. 12 Times Tables: 10 x plus double the number.

For example:

12 x 7 = 10 x plus double the number = 84

12 x 624 = 10 x plus double the number = 7488

8. 11 Times Tables: Greater than 10.

For example:

7 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 77

150 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 1650

1. 10 times tables: I work out my 10x table by adding a 0 at the end of the number.

For example:

3 x 10 = 3 + a 0 on the end = 30

659 x 10 = 659 + a 0 on the end = 6590

2. 11 times tables: I work out my 11x table by adding the same number at the end if it is in the units. Greater than 10.

For example:

6 x 11 = 6 + the same number at the end = 66

111 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 1221

3. 5 times table: I work out my 5 x tables by halving the even number then adding a 0. If it is an odd number halve it then take out the decimal.

For example:

6 x 5 = Halve the 6 = 3 + a 0 = 30

9 x 5 = Halve the 9 = 4.5 - the decimal = 45

4. 0 Times tables: If it is 0 x something it is always 0.

For example:

0 x 9 = 0

0 x 156 = 0

5. 6 Times tables: 5 x plus.

For example:

6 x 8 = 5 x plus = 48

6 x 359 = 5 x plus = 2154

6. 9 Times tables:

1. 10 x minus the number.

For example:

9 x 3 = 10 x 3 (30) -3 = 27

9 x 578 = 10 x 578 (5780) -578 = 5202

2. Breaking up.

Break up #’s into times tables I know.

For example:

13 x 9 =

10 x 9 = 90

3 x 9 = 27

= 107

3. Count in 9’s.

For example: 9 , 18 , 27 …......

7. 12 Times Tables: 10 x plus double the number.

For example:

12 x 7 = 10 x plus double the number = 84

12 x 624 = 10 x plus double the number = 7488

8. 11 Times Tables: Greater than 10.

For example:

7 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 77

150 x 11 = Greater than 10 = 1650

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