Lesson goal: Making math-fact tables

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Everyone in math needs to learn their "math-fact" tables, like those for addition, subtraction and multiplication. You can use two for-loops working together to generate any sort of "math-fact" table.

Now you try. Fix the for i= and for j= lines to be proper for loops over say, 1 to 10.

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The code will not run as is, but is meant to generate a math-fact table for multiplcation. Before it will run, look carefully at the for i= , do and for j= , do lines and fix them to count over the range of the math-fact problems you wish to generate. Can you do it? Dismiss.
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