I intend to make worksheets to help my daughter better memorize basic mathematical facts. In my view, her school (and probably most schools) don't require enough repetition from students for them to naturally memorize these facts. But my daughter seems not to mind the repetition.

The worksheets are SVG images whose width and height match the size of letter paper. An script embedded in these images produces random problems whenever the page is loaded. So, these sheets should work in any browser which supports SVG and has javascript enabled. (The worksheets use underlining which is unavailable in Firefox version 24 and earlier; you may need to upgrade.) In particular, you can get a new problems sheet simply by pressing reload in your browser window.

**Addition problems involving single digit numbers**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Addition problems involving double digit numbers**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Addition problems involving double digit numbers and carrying**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtraction problems: numbers up to 10**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtracting from 10**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtraction problems: answers up to 10**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtraction: double digit minus single digit**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtraction: subtracting from multiples of 10**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Subtraction: 2-3 digit subtraction problems involving borrowing**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Multiplication problems involving numbers 2 through 9**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Multiplication problems involving numbers 1 through 12**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]**Multiplication problems involving numbers 3 through 5 by 2 through 9**: [one page] [two pages] [SVG file]

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