# How to Calculate a Multiplication Table in R (Example Code)

This tutorial shows how to calculate and construct a multiplication table in R.

## Example: Construct a Multiplication Table

my_num <- 4 # Specify number for multiplication |

my_num <- 4 # Specify number for multiplication

for(i in 1:10) { # Create multiplication table print(paste(my_num, "*", i, "=", my_num * i)) } # [1] "4 * 1 = 4" # [1] "4 * 2 = 8" # [1] "4 * 3 = 12" # [1] "4 * 4 = 16" # [1] "4 * 5 = 20" # [1] "4 * 6 = 24" # [1] "4 * 7 = 28" # [1] "4 * 8 = 32" # [1] "4 * 9 = 36" # [1] "4 * 10 = 40" |

for(i in 1:10) { # Create multiplication table print(paste(my_num, "*", i, "=", my_num * i)) } # [1] "4 * 1 = 4" # [1] "4 * 2 = 8" # [1] "4 * 3 = 12" # [1] "4 * 4 = 16" # [1] "4 * 5 = 20" # [1] "4 * 6 = 24" # [1] "4 * 7 = 28" # [1] "4 * 8 = 32" # [1] "4 * 9 = 36" # [1] "4 * 10 = 40"

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