Reverse Times Tables Worksheets
What Are Reverse Times Tables? A multiplication table, which is the opposite of a regular table, is called a reverse timetable. All of the products are given, but the numbers along the sides are not. Students use their deduction skills to find out what goes in the missing spaces. This type of table also helps develop factoring skills. The four primary mathematical operations are: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division. The inverse of addition is subtraction and vice versa. The inverse of multiplication is division and vice versa. To find the answer, we can do the opposite calculations in the reverse order. We'll start at 2. If a number was divided by 3 to get 2, we could multiply the 2 and 3 to find that number. 2 x 3 = 6. Now use 6 as the start of the next calculation. Since a number was divided by 5 to get 6, we can multiply them to find the original number. 6 x 5 = 30. 30 is the original number and the answer!

Independent Practice 1
Students practice with 12 Reverse Times Tables problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Another 12 time Reverse Times Tables problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Reviews all skills in the unit. A great take home sheet. Also provides a practice problem.
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Eight Times...
Here are a few rhymes to make remembering the 8's tables
easier:
Eight & eight fell on the floor,
When they got up, they were 64.
Seven & eight picked up sticks,
They found a total of 56.