The **table of 10** is the easiest two-digit number table in mathematics. Observing the table of 10, we can notice a simple pattern. The product of any number multiplied by 10 always ends in the number followed by 0. For example, 5 is multiplied by 10 resulting in 50. Additionally, we can notice that each result in the table of 10 is 10 more than the previous result.

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## Multiplication Table of 10

Learn the multiplication table of 10 here.

10 | × | 1 | = | 10 |

10 | × | 2 | = | 20 |

10 | × | 3 | = | 30 |

10 | × | 4 | = | 40 |

10 | × | 5 | = | 50 |

10 | × | 6 | = | 60 |

10 | × | 7 | = | 70 |

10 | × | 8 | = | 80 |

10 | × | 9 | = | 90 |

10 | × | 10 | = | 100 |

10 | × | 11 | = | 110 |

10 | × | 12 | = | 120 |

10 | × | 13 | = | 130 |

10 | × | 14 | = | 140 |

10 | × | 15 | = | 150 |

10 | × | 16 | = | 160 |

10 | × | 17 | = | 170 |

10 | × | 18 | = | 180 |

10 | × | 19 | = | 190 |

10 | × | 20 | = | 200 |

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