Tables

Although the Mathematical Reasoning module of the GED allows you to utilize a calculator for most of its questions, knowledge of mathematical tables is useful for the five
calculator-prohibited questions.

Knowing multiplication and division tables is particularly helpful with factoring and simplifying a square root.

Knowing multiplication and division tables is also helpful for working with equations and inequalities.

Knowing mathematical tables has a way of coming in handy in real life, too.

The following downloadable tables are not provided by the GED:
table_addition

table_subtraction

table_multiplication

table_division

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