# Multiplication Tables

6 Steps

## Step 1: Get the Table

First, you need to find a good times table. I have attached one that I made for this instructable in PDF and DOCX (word 2007) formats, or you could grab one on Google Images.

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.
Xtables.pdf(792x612) 106 KB
marcolinux says: Jan 9, 2011. 4:14 AM
Nice table thanks.
With a risk of complicating, one could highlight the square root diagonal (1,4,9,16...).
I'm going to print mine now.
PosterGrampa says: Aug 26, 2010. 7:39 PM
Never thought or was told how to do 10 X ? (< 10) on a table like this. Nice hint Henry Regards, PG
Dr.Bill says: Mar 2, 2010. 6:04 PM
OMG . We been using this for 180 years or more. What else is new ?
OMG . This is diggin pretty deep.................
I wonder where I found it when I found it and started to use it 50 years ago ?
G.D. Computers

cool ible
i like it.