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## Is there a trick for 3 times tables?

There’s a clever trick you can use to find out if a number is in the 3 × table. Add up the digits of the number you want to find out about – this is called finding the digit sum. If the digit sum is 3, 6, or 9, then you know that it’s in the 3 × table. The digits are 1 and 5.

## How do you learn your times tables fast?

10 fun tips for teaching times tables effectively

- Use times tables chanting.
- Make times tables fun with songs and multiplication games.
- Make use of times tables grids.
- Use concrete resources.
- Get active outside the classroom.
- Use pupil’s interests to engage them with times tables.

## What 2 patterns are in the 3 times table?

The 3 Times Table

- The 3 times table starts at three and counts up in threes like so:
- The easiest way to learn the 3 times table is to remember that adding the digits of the numbers gives us the pattern of 3, 6 and then 9.
- For example, we have 3, 6 and 9.
- Next comes 12, 15 and 18, whose digits add to 3, 6 and 9.

## IS 94 in the 3 times table?

Table of 94 up to 20 is provided below. Learning the table of 94 helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run….Table of 94 up to 10.

94 × 1 = 94 | 94 × 6 = 564 |
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94 × 3 = 282 | 94 × 8 = 752 |

94 × 4 = 376 | 94 × 9 = 846 |

94 × 5 = 470 | 94 × 10 = 940 |

## What is a 3s fact?

The 3’s multiplication facts use students’ knowledge of the doubles addition facts. Students can think of a 3’s equation as “the double plus one more group.” For example, to solve the equation 3×4, think, “the double of 4 plus one more group of 4,” which equals 12.

## What is the multiply by 3 rule?

You can also use repeated addition, or adding numbers over and over again, to multiply by 3. For example, if you had the problem 3 x 2, you could add 3 two times and get the answer. So, 3 + 3 = 6 which is the same thing as 3 x 2 = 6.