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 2020-02-16, 06:14 #1 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 2×61 Posts A Load of Balls About Learning Fundamental Multiplications in Other Math Bases All 3 attached images are examples in Dozenal base, the width of the rows define the base which the calculation is being down. Also, by looking at the 10base color ball set, it's possible to find the factors of all the multiples under 10base at any given base as long as the width is not too wide for the PC screen. Attached Thumbnails       Last fiddled with by xilman on 2020-10-16 at 17:55
 2020-03-11, 06:37 #2 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 11110102 Posts Decimal Multiplications - Color Ball Towers The color balls will help kids to learn the multiplication table faster. Click the thumbnails below for the decimal multiplications from 2-5. Attached Thumbnails         Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2020-03-11 at 06:39
 2020-03-11, 06:38 #3 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 7A16 Posts Please feel free to download them and share with your friends. Click the thumbnails below for decimal multiplications from 6-9. Attached Thumbnails
 2020-05-14, 03:50 #4 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 2×61 Posts I created the smaller font version for the same color ball structures, keep up the fun with them. Attached Thumbnails
 2020-05-14, 05:17 #5 retina Undefined     "The unspeakable one" Jun 2006 My evil lair 5,879 Posts These are quite attractive. To make them better perhaps consider starting at zero.
2020-05-16, 05:49   #6
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

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 Originally Posted by retina These are quite attractive. To make them better perhaps consider starting at zero.
I put the 0 on the rightmost columns, so when the color balls are arranged in the different math bases, it's easier to identify the neighboring numbers.

The attached images show the senary (base 6) multiplication tables, so that users can see 5 and 106 are next to each other, 156 and 206, 256 and 306 and so on.
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Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2020-05-16 at 05:55

 2020-09-25, 07:12 #7 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 2×61 Posts Using Lego Blocks to Learn Base 2^4 I finally found the correct Lego blocks to surge up to base 2^4 which is quiet popular the computer world. The multiplication tables of 1 to 4 are showing in the attached images below. Be sure to turn your head 100° sideway to look at the images with left side up and right side down. Attached Thumbnails         Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2020-09-25 at 07:49
 2020-09-25, 12:47 #8 Uncwilly 6809 > 6502     """"""""""""""""""" Aug 2003 101×103 Posts 2×4,441 Posts
 2020-09-27, 03:41 #9 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 2×61 Posts The multiplication tables of 5 to 8 are showing in the attached images below as the formulated Lego Towers which is still much easier to build than the Millennium Falcon. Attached Thumbnails
 2020-09-29, 20:52 #10 tuckerkao   Jan 2020 2·61 Posts I'm keep going on the Lego Tower building as long as I'm able to stack the correct blocks above each other. Definitely help to memorize the multiplication tables in this large base. Attached Thumbnails
 2020-09-29, 21:25 #11 Uncwilly 6809 > 6502     """"""""""""""""""" Aug 2003 101×103 Posts 2·4,441 Posts That is enough. I will be merging this with color3d balls thread(s) soon.

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