multiplication table


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multiplication table

one of a group of tables giving the results of multiplying two numbers together

multiplication table

[‚məl·tə·pli′kā·shən ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
In certain computers, a part of memory holding a table of numbers in which the computer looks up values in order to perform the multiplication operation.
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And in the sequence of digit sums: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18, any two consecutive numbers differ by two, which is also a multiplication table of 2.
In particular, it seems more likely that children will form a richer understanding of arithmetic when explicitly taught the variety of meaningful patterns that can be seen within a multiplication table.
Astonishingly, many secondary mathematics students struggle with basic multiplication table fact retrieval, negative factors, and multiple factors.
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During phase 1, students worked on the facts of the 3, 4, and 5 multiplication tables. The times 2 multiplication table was not included in the intervention because all participants showed a proficient level of performance on it.
The "Math Cats Explore" section also includes an interactive multiplication table. Students select a multiplication problem on the 10 X 10 table; the problem then appears in a colorful rectangular area model that shows the sum of the rows of the array.
A book to put on the shelf next to Levine's is Joyce Milton's THE ROAD TO MALPSYCHIA: HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY AND OUR DISCONTENTS (Encounter Books, $26.95), a narrative history of how American education substituted personality for character, popularity for integrity, and self-esteem for the alphabet and multiplication table. It is Milton's thesis that at some vague time between the two world wars the pedagogues at Columbia and Harvard (and, by infection, in colleges of education everywhere) began to favor intrinsic learning (propaganda for the shibboleths of political correctness) over extrinsic learning (math, history, grammar, geography, science).
Even in today's mathematics classroom, where teachers often focus primarily on mastery of underlying concepts, students struggle to commit the multiplication table to memory.
One model, which received considerable support at the FDA meeting, was the "modified factorial design." This type of trial is conceived in manner similar to a multiplication table, with particular drugs rather than numbers heading individual rows and columns.
The math section seems too basic, starting out with a multiplication table, and would need supplements to provide the necessary math competency for nursing students.
So get him to memorize the multiplication table. You can use materials like pick-up sticks or small stones just to make multiplication more visual.
Some of the brain changes that occur with musical training reflect the automation of task (much as one would recite a multiplication table) and the acquisition of highly specific sensorimotor and cognitive skills required for various aspects of musical expertise.