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Multiplication Tables

Instantly make a multiplication table of any size.

Run the code to create the data for a 10×10 multiplication table. Try other arithmetic operations, like addition (+) or division (/):

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Table makes lists of things.

Heres a list of 10 even numbers:

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If you make a table with two indices (a and b), you get a list of lists. This is the data for a multiplication table:

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Lay out the numbers in a grid. Try making different sizes of grids:

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Grid formats a list of lists as a neat grid:

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Grid is often used together with Table because Table makes lists of lists:

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Use FrameAll to put lines in the grid:

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Add color. Try other colorsfor example LightGreen, LightOrange, or LightGray:

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Nearly every aspect of the appearance of grids can be customized. You can make the background light yellow:

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Lighten the grid lines with FrameStyleLightGray:

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Use 8-point type. Try font sizes other than 8for example, 5:

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You can customize the style of the items in the grid. This sets the size of the font to 8 points (a point is a printers measure equal to 1/72 inch):

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You might want to make the font smaller if your grid is very large:

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Share ItMake a multiplication table website:

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Deploy a form that asks for a number and makes a multiplication table from 1 to that number:

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Click the link in the output to visit the site.

Share the link by right-clicking it and choosing Copy Address. Paste the link into an email, tweet, or other message.

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