Multiplication of Whole Numbers
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1. Select
Multiplication
2. Change the
number size to:
Operand 1 
3 
4 
Operands 2+ 
3 
9 
I have to
choose 2 numbers for the top boxes. I use 3, 4 then 5, 6 then 7, 8 then 8, 9.
You may choose your own combination of two numbers. I always use 3, 9 for the
bottom two boxes.
3. When they
are ready to be timed, select “Score on” with 30 as the problem number. Select
“Timer on”. This process will give the student 30 problems to complete. A
proficiency time between 1 and 1.5 min should be good.
Below is an example of initial
settings.
Type of
math 
Complexity 
( )Addition
( )Subtraction
(X)Multiplication
( )Division
( )Addition and Subtraction 
( )Easy: No negative numbers
(use for division with
no fractions
 not used in "Addition and Subtraction")
(X)Simple: only two numbers
(three numbers in
"Addition and Subtraction")
( )Complex: up to 10 numbers 
Number
Size 
Enhanced
Options (See Special Note
Below) 

Min
Value 
Max
Value 
Operand 1 
3 
4 
Operands 2+ 
3 
9 
Numbers between 99999 and 99999 only
Values set in Base 10 ONLY 
Operands?  In the example 3 + 4 + 2 There are three Operands. The first
is "3" and Operand 2+ are the "4" and the "2". By allowing you to set
the operands minimum and maximum vlaues you can work just certain number
sets. We do require at least TWO numbers (The Min and the Max may not be
the same number for any Operand) and if using division, you may not set
Operand 2+ Min or Max to 0. 

Do 2
place decimal math?
(X)Decimal off ( )Decimal on
Multiplication: Use * or x :
(X) * ( ) x
Division:
Operand 2+ must be smaller than Operand 1 :
(X) No ( ) Yes
Division:
Use / or ÷ :
(X) / ( ) ÷
Allow
equation's as answer:
( ) No (X) Yes
Select
Base:
( ) 2 ( ) 4 ( ) 5 ( ) 8 (X) 10 

Keep
"score" of your attempts
Privacy notice
( )Score off
( )Score on 
Enter the number of problems
you want to count.
30 

Run a
timer for your session.
( )Timer off
( )Timer on 
View
Problem
(X)Horizontal
( )Vertical
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Warning: When you get to division it will use fractions to
two decimal places (example: 1.25). Do not round. 