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Practice vertical multiplication problems. Multiply numbers from 1 to 9. Just type the answer. "Correct!" will appear if you multiply correctly.

On the bottom left, select the largest multiplier from 4 up to 9. Click on the reset button or the multiplication problem, or press the ENTER or RETURN key, for a new multiplication problem. The Backspace button is used to erase an answer. Put the pointer over the ? if you need help.

Click on the check mark to keep score! Choose the number of problems to score by clicking up or down by the #10. After answering a problem, reset it. On each multiplication problem reset, the left counter increments for a correct answer; the right counter totals the number of multiplication problems you've completed. The "Correct!" does not appear when scoring, but if your answer is wrong the correct answer will appear when you reset. When you've finished the chosen number of problems, a score will be shown.

A spinning math sign means we're waiting on the server - if it stays too long, you can try the reset button again.

Click the apple to go to the math flash cards home page.

Teaching note: when you are ready to teach multiplying large numbers, use the long multiplication tool found on the arithmetic page. The arithmetic page can be accessed by pressing the Arithmetic link in the left column of the math flash cards home page.

For mobile devices tap the product area to activate the keyset. Browser text size should be set to normal or medium.

Practice vertical multiplication problems. Multiply numbers from 1 to 9. Just type the answer. "Correct!" will appear if you multiply correctly.

On the bottom left, select the largest multiplier from 4 up to 9. Click on the reset button or the multiplication problem, or press the ENTER or RETURN key, for a new multiplication problem. The Backspace button is used to erase an answer. Put the pointer over the ? if you need help.

Click on the check mark to keep score! Choose the number of problems to score by clicking up or down by the #10. After answering a problem, reset it. On each multiplication problem reset, the left counter increments for a correct answer; the right counter totals the number of multiplication problems you've completed. The "Correct!" does not appear when scoring, but if your answer is wrong the correct answer will appear when you reset. When you've finished the chosen number of problems, a score will be shown.

A spinning math sign means we're waiting on the server - if it stays too long, you can try the reset button again.

Click the apple to go to the math flash cards home page.

Teaching note: when you are ready to teach multiplying large numbers, use the long multiplication tool found on the arithmetic page. The arithmetic page can be accessed by pressing the Arithmetic link in the left column of the math flash cards home page.

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