Q: Why do times tables go up to 12?

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the numbers in the 4 times tables up to 12 are: 4,8,12,16,20,24,28,32,36,40,44, and 48the numbers in the 5 times tables up to 12 are:5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55, and 60

It is not in the seven times table (because the times tables go up to 12), but 196 is a multiple of 7.

Whan I went to school (Decades ago) we had the 12 times tables we went from 1 x1 = 2. 1 x 2 + 2 and all the way through the numbers multiplying each number by 1 and right up to 12 I guess the 22 times tables are like that except they go from 1 up to 22.

If going up to 12 times, then 56 is in the 7 times and 8 times tables.

Enfinty, forever it is endless. as long as numbers go the times tables will follow! Hope this helped! Little Dictionairy xx

6, 12 miss a few 100 ;D

the 12 tables refers to the multiplication table that goes up to the number 12

The prime factors of 172 are 2,2, and 43. So its factors are: 1*172 2*86 4*43 Most multiplication tables only go up to 12 times 12 so it is unlikely you will find 172 on one.

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No. The times tables go up by 5 so 75, 80, 85, 90

4x800=3200

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There are many tricks to learning multiplication tables. One is the rhyme '8 times 8 fell on the floor and when it woke up it was 64'. Another is to know that all the nine multiplication tables add up to 9 up to 9 times 10.

say if you had to find the LCM of 4 and 3 you can go up in the 4 times table or the 3 times table (4times table will be quicker because it's a bigger number) 4 times table= 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28 3 times table= 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 find the number that is in both times tables (has to be the LOWEST common number) in this case is 12 because it is in both lists. Once your able to do this, you'll get use to the idea and you can think of other ways to do it, but this way is good for people that have just started. It would be easier if you know all of your times tables up to 10.

9, 18 etc.

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The assertion is not wholly true because some of us certainly don't.

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Answer: One way is to practice writing out the times tables until they are committed to your memory. Ideally you should be able to memorise all the times tables facts up to 12 x 12.If writing out the times tables is too much of a bore, there are many games available on the internet to help make learning them more enjoyable.Answer: The following helps for all sorts of things you must memorize - multiplication tables, foreign words, etc. Use some pieces of cardboard, for example, 3x5 inches. Write the question on one side, and the answer on the other. Shuffle them, then look at the question and try to answer. Check the answer on the other side. Separate those that you answer correctly (or, in the case of the multiplication tables, that you can answer immediately, without having to calculate - in other words, those that you know by heart). Continue practicing with those that cause you trouble.wrong do jumping jacks and study very easy be disiplined

Pahade are Multiipication Tables eg 1*2=2. 2*2=4 usually up to 12*2=20 but you can go as long as you want

The 6 times tables(Up to 12): 6x1=6 6x2=12 6x3=18 6x4=24 6x5=30 6x6=36 6x7=42 6x8=48 6x9=54 6x10=60 6x11=66 6x12=72

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Here is the 4 times table up to 12: 1 times 4 equals 4 2 times 4 equals 8 3 times 4 equals 12 4 times 4 equals 16 5 times 4 equals 20 6 times 4 equals 24 7 times 4 equals 28 8 times 4 equals 32 9 times 4 equals 36 10 times 4 equals 41 11 times 4 equals 44 12 times 4 equals 48