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multiplication table

one of a group of tables giving the results of multiplying two numbers together

multiplication table

[‚məl·tə·pli′kā·shən ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
In certain computers, a part of memory holding a table of numbers in which the computer looks up values in order to perform the multiplication operation.
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Information sheets--may be suitable to use as information sheets for students as a revision tool on topics such as multiplication methods, multiplication tables, prime numbers and factors
My uncle had pointed shoes and would kick me under the table if I did not know my multiplication tables," he recalls.
At the same time that the Common Core Curriculum is being discussed, schools are being criticized for not including such skill-based instruction as cursive writing and the memorization of multiplication tables in their curricula.
Neugebauer and Sachs jointly published a catalogue of single multiplication tables and combined multiplication tables, mostly from the University of Pennsylvania and the Yale Babylonian Collection, which included tables in a catalogue format with remarks, problem texts, coefficient lists, and metric conversions: Mathematical Cuneiform Texts (New Haven: American Oriental Society and the American Schools of Oriental Research, 1945).
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It is important that pupils are fluent in calculation and have learnt the multiplication tables by heart before they leave primary school.

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