# Multiplication table nine by nine 9x9 with 45 terms

Memorizing the multiplication table is an important skill for math learning. It is better to teach the kids to memorize the nine times nine (9 x 9) multiplication tables as soon as they start learning their numbers. By grade 3 or 4, kids should be fluent in this single digit multiplication table. Once kids master this skill, they could do the calculation much faster without finger counting or using calculators. This printable worksheet consists of the multiplication table starting from 1 times 1, all the way to 9 times 9. With the specific pattern hidden in this table, parents could easily help kids remember this nine times nine multiple tables.

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