Arrange the numbers on the squares so that each of the three digit numbers formed horizontally are square numbers and each of the three digit numbers formed vertically are even.
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Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button below:
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Fast FactorsMatch the numbers with the answer to the times table. A timed activity to improve instant recall of key table facts.You can earn a trophy for completing Fast Factors for each of the times tables. You can then work to improve your times using this printable sheet to record your times. For Transum subscribers there is a printable version of this activity, Fast Factors Board, to use with counters or numbered cards. This is just one of the activities on Transum.org which is designed to support the learning of the times tables. These activities are intended to help reinforce those important table facts for upper Secondary/High school students long after they have learned them when they were younger. See also: 

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Transum,
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
"Fast factors can be used when you are learning a times table and are not confident you know all of the facts. It presents you with the answers leaving you to just match up the multiple with the product. As soon as you think you know the times table well you should give yourself a speed test with TablesMaster or one of the other Times Table activities."