A good knowledge of the times tables will serve you well in all levels of maths, including KS3 Maths. Most of us learn the times tables up to 12 but we thought that you'd like a bit more of a challenge so we're going all the way up to the 20 times table. This is the penultimate quiz in this section and it will test your knowledge of the 19 times table.
You will find 57, 115 and 361 in the 19 times table - that's because they are all multiples of 19. If you are finding these higher times tables a little tricky then take the advice of the physicist, Ernst Mach. He said that "Mathematics may be defined as the economy of counting. There is no problem in the whole of mathematics which cannot be solved by direct counting."
So, get those counting fingers (and toes!) out and play this 19 times table quiz! Find out just how well you can do.
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