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Step 1: Get the Table
I recommend printing it out, so you can use it when you aren't at your computer.
This times table works for problems with whole numbers that are 10 or less, but you could make a times table that goes to 1 billion if you wanted to and had a big sheet of paper.
Step 2: Learn to Use It, Part 1
You can find the numbers in either row, just make sure one is on the left column and the other is on the top row.
Step 3: Learn to Use It, Part 2
The six and four cross at the number 24, so the answer to 6x4 is 24.
Step 4: Test!
Step 5: Answers
- 8x1 = 8
- 2x0 = 0
- 5x5 = 25
- 10x3 = 30
- 4x5 = 20
- 3x9 = 27
Step 6: Make Your Own Table
On the top row, label the squares from 1 to the highest number you want to multiply.
On the left column, do the same. Most times tables have the same numbers on the left as on the top, but you could make your table longer in one direction.
Then use a calculator or your head to fill in the numbers in the middle.
See the pictures for more details.