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The truth is **the multiplication table of the number three** it is not very complicated. You can calculate quickly by mentally counting by three. Of course, we can always look for a more fun way to learn it. For example, with this simple trick.

Attention to the trick to learn the multiplication table of three in this simple way.

1. The first thing you should do is** draw a grid** thus:

2. Now, we will fill in the blanks. How? First we place **numbers from 1 to 9**, on the right side in each of the blank spaces, and starting from the bottom left up ... It should look like this:

3. Now we go with the numbers on the left, the tens. **Each horizontal row will have an assigned number**. Thus, the first row will have 0, the second will have 1 and the third will have 2 ...

4. So you just need to add this number in each of the horizontal rows.

And you already have the multiplication table of the number three. The results can be seen in order, from left to right and gradually moving down the rows. So, you will see that 3x1 is 3, while 3x2 is 6 ... 3x3 is nine and 3x4 is 12 ... Keep going, keep going ... Until you get to 3x10, which as you already know, is 30 multiplied by 10, they have a zero behind them).

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