# Multiplication Clock (1X) Game Information Page

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## Multiplication Clock (1X)

created by tickman, 5 years ago in Science

Multiply the clock numerals by the number in the center.

The basic image is made freely available by GTCO Calcomp.

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### Comments (9)

DrewBrook

free multiplication math online games for kids : Learning multiplication Online

2 years ago

daholliday

Thanks so much-i have been trying to find good multiplication games for my son. This set is great because I can challenge (okay, PAY) him to beat my scores. Terrific!

3 years ago

equestenebrarum

*g* I have to do an exam on Thursday, maybe after ...

5 years ago

tickman

That's the problem with this: the possibilities are staggering. I've been going for weeks on multiplication and a few others, and still have 3 multiplication games ready and waiting to post. I never thought of going past 12 on multiplication. Up to 20 maybe?

Addition is still a possibility. Subtraction in two forms (e.g., n-2 and 2-n). Division could be done, but would be difficult: again two forms (n/2 and 2/n), and are results fractions or decimals?

I never thought of factorials. That's a interesting thought. (!)

I don't suppose I could enlist someone else to take on some of these?

5 years ago

equestenebrarum

Well, accepted. I just felt that I had to comment my bad rating. I hope you don't stop at 12, though! x 13, x 14, ... would be good and helpful games, too :) I would also like to see a factorial clock game and many more!

5 years ago

tickman

I considered not doing this one or the zero because well, they're so easy. You really can't miss on the zero clock. But then, how hard is the X10 game? Just add a zero at the end.

I had to include all (0-12) to make a complete set.

5 years ago

equestenebrarum

I rated most of your clock games with five stars because they look good and can make people faster in mental arithmetics, which eventually can come in handy. But I don't think the target group of this particular game can (or should) already handle a computer (-mouse). I noticed you gave it a kids tag, but still ... 2 stars, sorry.

5 years ago

tickman

This is one of a large series. Please see the "Taking the Pledge" thread in the forum for details.

5 years ago

tickman

The original is available at:

http://www.gtcocalcomp.com/erc/
interwritebackgrounds/clock_face.jpg

Even though it is freely available, there is a disclaimer:

5 years ago