# Mathematics decks

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**Tim Bottman**on Jun 16, 2015Find Least Common Multiple (LCM) for each number set. For example, the LCM of 2 and 3 is 6.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014There are only 10 doubles facts. These facts are relatively easy to learn and become a powerful way to learn many other facts. Examples of double facts include: 5 + 5, 3 + 3, 6 + 6. Dice from board games are good visuals to use to help students remember their double facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all of the multiplication facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Oct 06, 2014Multiplication facts for 10 from 0 to 12. Great for 3rd and fourth graders.

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**Tim Bottman**on Sep 30, 2014Multiplication facts for 4 from 0 to 12. Great for 3rd and fourth graders.

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**Tim Bottman**on Oct 02, 2014Multiplication facts for 8 from 0 to 12. Great for 3rd and fourth graders.

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**Tim Bottman**on Oct 17, 2014Multiplication facts for 0 from 0 to 12. Great for 3rd and fourth graders.

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**Tim Bottman**on Oct 27, 2014Reinforce the concepts of 'less than' and 'more than' with these flashcards geared for elementary school children.