Arithmetic tables --- Introduction ---

One may take it as an exercise or a game, but it is an important training tool for arithmetic operations. When trying to place the numbers into the table, you are forced to mentally compute their sums and products rapidly.

And with different configurations, the exercises may fit students from primary schools (positive or relative numbers, decimals) to senior high school or even more (roots, complex numbers, modular numbers). And the large size tables (3x5 or 4x4) may become very challenging.

Don't forget the case of products neighther, which helps you to understand the factorization.

Bon courage!


Partial table 2x2

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Partial table 2x3

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Partial table 2x4

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Partial table 3x3

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Partial table 3x4

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Arithmetic table 2x2

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Arithmetic table 2x3

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Arithmetic table 2x4

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Arithmetic table 2x5

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Arithmetic table 2x6

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Arithmetic table 2x7

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Arithmetic table 3x3

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Arithmetic table 3x4

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Arithmetic table 3x5

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Arithmetic table 4x4

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Typed table 2x2

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Typed table 2x3

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Typed table 2x4

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Typed table 3x3

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Typed table 3x4

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