# Learn (memorize) the multiplication tables.

There are many methods to learn the times tables with songs, rules, fingers, etc. But all of them don't work well in real life. It doesn't work even for simple division without any remainder. Students have to memorize the times tables to do harder things.

This activity is designed to memorize the multiplication tables. Students will learn their facts one by one starting from the easiest ones.

## Progress report

The report shows the learning progress in percentage (0% - not learned, 100% - learned well).
There are three levels of the report.

### Short report

Have learned 99 out of 144 multiplication facts. Done 68%.
Have learned during:
last week: 10 facts
last two weeks: 18 facts
last month: 50 facts

### Normal report

The normal report shows the progress by the table.

Have learned 99 out of 144 multiplication facts. Done 68%.
Have learned during:
last week: 10 facts
last two weeks: 18 facts
last month: 50 facts

Learning progress by the table:

 Multiply by 1 95% Multiply by 2 100% Multiply by 3 95% Multiply by 4 69% Multiply by 5 100% Multiply by 6 52% Multiply by 7 47% Multiply by 8 47% Multiply by 9 47% Multiply by 10 100% Multiply by 11 39% Multiply by 12 39%

### Detailed report

The detailed report shows the progress and time for each multiplication fact. You can see the full picture of the progress.

Multiplication tables memorization progress:

Hover the pointer over the grid chart to view the tooltip with the facts description.

x1x2x3x4x5x6x7x8x9x10x11x12
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 facts learned 30 days ago or earlier facts learned recently learning now need to learn

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