Nice quiz idea. Combines both typing speed and maths. I got all with 14 sec to spare on my first try. Also interesting to see that most people run out of time near multiplication by 8.
The 11's just involve hitting each key twice in a row. 9's makes your hands cross because the tens column always goes up by one and the ones column always goes down by one. So they start are separate ends of the keyboards, then meet in the middle at "45," then move apart again in the same way.
When I begin the last row (x12) I thought: "No way I can end this!" As soon as I entered 144 (and forgetting that was the last) I see the clock on 0:02... "NO FREAKING WAY I COULD DO THIS!!!!"
100% on 2nd attempt, 1st attempt I got 1 digit wrong (hit the wrong button) and typed out the next few before realising I was just stringing numbers together due to the first error.
100% one minute left, first try. honestly don't know what math is. i guessed for every single answer. i know two numbers: 3 and 27. was born yesterday but i graduate college tomorrow. i own three cows and a subaru sedan.
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I think so too. We never learned multiplication tables past 10x10, we use the decimal system so we didn't need to. I think the 12x12 is for inches and feet and suchlike.
tbh im doping A level maths and further maths, but i dont even know my times table. If anyone will offer to come round to my house and put me down, I will be forever grateful. Thanks, LOL (lots of love) Taylor aka TBomb
I can multiply all the numbers by memory but for the purposes of this quiz you really only have to start each row with the number and just keep adding it to itself.
E.g the 8x row is just 8+8+8 all the way across. 8, 16, 24, etc.
So even if you didn't memorize the table, you could still fill it in easily.
I'm doing it on my phone, so I would consider 118/144 pretty good considering all the extra time spent a) switching to the number keypad and b) deleting because my fat finger isn't accurate 100% of the time.
I've been able to do this in five minutes on paper for three years up to 15x15, but I'm not used to the in line numbers, so for all the people who agree with me, please add at least a minute or two.