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multiplication table

noun

Simple Definition of multiplication table

• mathematics : a list that shows the results of multiplying certain numbers (such as 1 through 12) by each other

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of multiplication table

mathematics

1. :  a list that shows the results of multiplying certain numbers (such as 1 through 12) by each other

Word by Word Definitions

multiplicationplay
1. :  the act or process of multiplying :  the state of being multiplied

:  a mathematical operation that at its simplest is an abbreviated process of adding an integer to itself a specified number of times and that is extended to other numbers in accordance with laws that are valid for integers

:  any of various mathematical operations that are analogous in some way to multiplication of the real numbers but are defined for other or larger sets of elements (as complex numbers, vectors, matrices, or functions)

tableplay
1. :  tablet

:  backgammon

:  one of the two leaves of a backgammon board or either half of a leaf

1. :  to enter in a table

:  to place on the agenda

:  to remove (as a parliamentary motion) from consideration indefinitely

1. :  suitable for a table or for use at a table

:  suitable for serving at a table

:  proper for conduct at a table

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