# Multiplication table

for y in {1..10}; do for x in {1..10}; do echo -n "| \$x*\$y=\$((y*x)) "; done; echo; done|column -t
The multiplication table for math study
Sample Output
```|  1*1=1    |  2*1=2    |  3*1=3    |  4*1=4    |  5*1=5    |  6*1=6    |  7*1=7    |  8*1=8    |  9*1=9    |  10*1=10
|  1*2=2    |  2*2=4    |  3*2=6    |  4*2=8    |  5*2=10   |  6*2=12   |  7*2=14   |  8*2=16   |  9*2=18   |  10*2=20
|  1*3=3    |  2*3=6    |  3*3=9    |  4*3=12   |  5*3=15   |  6*3=18   |  7*3=21   |  8*3=24   |  9*3=27   |  10*3=30
|  1*4=4    |  2*4=8    |  3*4=12   |  4*4=16   |  5*4=20   |  6*4=24   |  7*4=28   |  8*4=32   |  9*4=36   |  10*4=40
|  1*5=5    |  2*5=10   |  3*5=15   |  4*5=20   |  5*5=25   |  6*5=30   |  7*5=35   |  8*5=40   |  9*5=45   |  10*5=50
|  1*6=6    |  2*6=12   |  3*6=18   |  4*6=24   |  5*6=30   |  6*6=36   |  7*6=42   |  8*6=48   |  9*6=54   |  10*6=60
|  1*7=7    |  2*7=14   |  3*7=21   |  4*7=28   |  5*7=35   |  6*7=42   |  7*7=49   |  8*7=56   |  9*7=63   |  10*7=70
|  1*8=8    |  2*8=16   |  3*8=24   |  4*8=32   |  5*8=40   |  6*8=48   |  7*8=56   |  8*8=64   |  9*8=72   |  10*8=80
|  1*9=9    |  2*9=18   |  3*9=27   |  4*9=36   |  5*9=45   |  6*9=54   |  7*9=63   |  8*9=72   |  9*9=81   |  10*9=90
|  1*10=10  |  2*10=20  |  3*10=30  |  4*10=40  |  5*10=50  |  6*10=60  |  7*10=70  |  8*10=80  |  9*10=90  |  10*10=100```

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2016-09-07 12:31:18

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