# Multiplication Table In Java

What We Are Learn:

When you’re first learning multiplication, it can be helpful to memorize your timetables. The timetable is just a list of all the possible products you can get from multiplying two numbers together. You can write out the whole multiplication table yourself or simply look up a chart online.

Once you have the basic multiplication down, you’ll be able to do more complicated math problems that involve multiplying large numbers.

## Importance of Multiplication Table

Using a calculator to perform these multiplications is not encouraged for two reasons. First, calculators are generally not allowed at the primary education level. Second, their usage inhibits a student from developing mental math skills, which can be very helpful in daily life.

To help you memorize Maths multiplication tables, it is important to visualize the tables and recite them until you can recall any particular multiple, such as ‘seven of eights. Practicing the tables by writing them repeatedly is another way to memorize them. In fact, by simultaneously reciting the tables, you can accomplish all three ways of learning the tables – visualizing, reciting, and writing.

### Tips to Learn Multiplication Table

• When multiplying any two numbers, the order of the numbers does not matter. The answer will be the same whether you multiply the first number with the second number or vice versa. For example, 4 × 2 = 8 or 2 × 4 = 8.
• If you’re finding it difficult to memorize the whole multiplication table at once, try breaking it down into chunks. Additionally, patterns can be helpful for remembering the product of two numbers.
• You can easily remember the 2-times table by doubling the number. So, if you need to multiply 2 x 4, add 4 + 4 to get your answer of 8.

### Multiplication Table Java Program

```package com.softwaretestingo.interviewprograms;
public class MultipleTableEx1
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
//Print the 5th table
multi(5,10);
}
static void multi(int n,int range)
{
for(int i=1;i<=range;i++)
{
System.out.println(n +"*" + i +"=" +(n*i));
}
}
}```

Output:

```5*1=5
5*2=10
5*3=15
5*4=20
5*5=25
5*6=30
5*7=35
5*8=40
5*9=45
5*10=50```

Conclusion:

This is a simple Java program taught to beginners. But if you want to add something or share information, like how you can use the multiplication table program in your school life, you can do so in the comment section.

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