Students may struggle the most when multiplying by 12, according to a recent study of about 200 children. Data showed that girls were more likely to answer questions correctly than boys. Researchers also found that six times eight was the most difficult problem for participants to solve correctly.
Study explores students' knowledge of multiplication
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