What are core and non-core tasks

Core tasks multiplication table

We'll deal with the core multiplication tables in this article. The following content is offered:

  • A Explanationwhat is meant by core tasks.
  • Numerous Examples for core tasks are calculated.
  • tasks / Exercises so that you can train yourself.
  • A Video, which deals with the multiplication of tasks.
  • A Question and answer area around core tasks.

Core tasks for 1x1 (multiplication tables) are often dealt with in elementary school and are intended to help students learn to multiply. This is exactly what we want to do here. If you are looking for similar articles, you will find them under Multiply / Take times and Times tables. And that brings us to the core tasks.

Explanation of core tasks

What are the core tasks? Well, by this you understand tasks from the multiplication table, in which times 1, times 2, times 5 and times 10 are calculated. The core tasks are:

  • 1 · 1
  • 1 · 2
  • 1 · 3
  • ...
  • 1 · 9
  • 1 · 10
  • 2 · 1
  • 2 · 2
  • 2 · 3
  • ...
  • 2 · 9
  • 2 · 10
  • 5 · 1
  • 5 · 2
  • 5 · 3
  • ...
  • 5 · 9
  • 5 · 10
  • 10 · 1
  • 10 · 2
  • 10 · 3
  • ...
  • 10 · 9
  • 10 · 10

Notes on core tasks:

  • Core tasks are multiplication tasks from the field of mathematics.
  • These are tasks from the multiplication table (1x1).
  • They serve to understand the basics of mathematics.
  • Core tasks help to learn the multiplication tables by heart. Every student should be able to do the 1x1.
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Examples of core tasks

Now let's look at examples of the core tasks. Or to be more precise: We look at the solution to all core tasks.

Note:

If you don't know how to solve multiplication problems (by addition), please have a look at the article Learning multiplication tables online.

As I said, students should actually memorize the following tasks.

  • 1 · 1 = 1
  • 1 · 2 = 2
  • 1 · 3 = 3
  • 1 · 4 = 4
  • 1 · 5 = 5
  • 1 · 6 = 6
  • 1 · 7 = 7
  • 1 · 8 = 8
  • 1 · 9 = 9
  • 1 · 10 = 10
  • 2 · 1 = 2
  • 2 · 2 = 4
  • 2 · 3 = 6
  • 2 · 4 = 8
  • 2 · 5 = 10
  • 2 · 6 = 12
  • 2 · 7 = 14
  • 2 · 8 = 16
  • 2 · 9 = 18
  • 2 · 10 = 20
  • 5 · 1 = 5
  • 5 · 2 = 10
  • 5 · 3 = 15
  • 5 · 4 = 20
  • 5 · 5 = 25
  • 5 · 6 = 30
  • 5 · 7 = 35
  • 5 · 8 = 40
  • 5 · 9 = 45
  • 5 · 10 = 50
  • 10 · 1 = 10
  • 10 · 2 = 20
  • 10 · 3 = 30
  • 10 · 4 = 40
  • 10 · 5 = 50
  • 10 · 6 = 60
  • 10 · 7 = 70
  • 10 · 8 = 80
  • 10 · 9 = 90
  • 10 · 10 = 100

Tasks / exercises on core tasks

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Videos core tasks

Video multiplication

Core tasks are part of the multiplication table (1x1). And that's exactly what we'll see in the next video. It explains what is meant by a multiplication and how it can be reduced to an addition. Numerous tasks are also calculated with numbers. Try to understand the pre-calculated exercises exactly.


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Core tasks: questions and answers

In this area we look at typical questions and answers about core tasks.


Q: What topics should I learn besides the core tasks?

A: In addition to the core tasks, you should also check out our main multiplication table article. We also have the content multiply / take times 2nd class and also multiplication by 10, 100 and 1000. These articles also contain tasks / exercises relating to multiplication. You should definitely use this.