Multiplication Chart to 100?

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SoftSchool offers a printable multiplication table, or chart, that overs the multiplication fact up to 12 times 20. This would exceed equations with a sum of 100. The number lines goes from 0 to 20 vertically and from 0 to 12 horizontally. In order to use this chart, one would go across the top of the chart to the first number in the equation, then go to the side of the chart for the second number in the equation. The sum of the equation can be found where both numbers converge on the chart. An example would be 12 times 20 equals 240.
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