doubles-plus-one facts, doubles-plus-two facts, plus-ten facts, plus-nine facts, and then any remaining facts. For multiplication, the suggested sequence is the times-zero principle, times-one principle, times-two and two-times facts, times-five and five-times facts, times-nine and nine-times facts, perfect squares, and then any remaining facts .

Multiplication facts – 2 and 4 times tables Now for the 4 times table. The 4 times table is just double the 2 times table. This is handy to remember if you forget a 4 times table fact. The 2 times table should be easier, so complete it first. Then double each of the 2 times table facts to get the 4 times table facts: Write the missing

9. How often did you drink. wine. or . wine coolers? NEVER (GO TO QUESTION 10) 1 time per month or less 1 time per day 2–3 times per month . 2–3 times per day 1–2 times per week . 4–5 times per day 3–4 times per week . 6 or more times per day 5–6 times per week . 9a. Each time you drank . wine . or. wine coolers, how much did you .

2–3 times in past month 2–3 times per day 1–2 times per week 4–5 times per day 3–4 times per week 6 or more times per day 5–6 times per week 1a. Each time you drank carrot juice, how much did you usually drink? Less than ½ cup (4 ounces) ½ to 1¼ cups (4 to 10 ounces) More than 1¼ cups (10 ounces) 2.

3 On the microscope, the objective lens is found on the a. Eyepiece b. Nosepiece c. Mouthpiece d. Chin piece 4 If the eyepiece lens has a magnification of 10 times, and the objective lens has a magnification of 4 times, the total magnification is a. 2.5 times b. 6 times c. 14 times d. 40 times

or from the Faster Times Tables worksheets 31 WAYS TO PRACTISE THE TIMES TABLES #3 ANSWER ORAL QUESTIONS www.mathsinsider.com. 31 WAYS TO PRACTISE THE TIMES TABLES #4 LISTEN TO THE TIMES TABLES You may have read about people learning foreign languages just by listening to audio lessons. The Faster Times Tables

kilo- hecto- deka- meter gram liter deci- centi- milli- 1,000 times larger than base unit 100 times larger than base unit 10 times larger than base unit base units 10 times smaller than base unit 100 times smaller than base unit 1,000 times smaller than base unit. Using this table as a reference, you can see the following: