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It's big! It's huge! It's the Multiplication Chart 100x100! You may not think you need this many multiplication facts on one printable page, but you don't know until you get to multiplying!

A first glance this giant multiplication chart might seem like an exercise in silliness, but it has more practical applications than just answering 100 times 100.

This chart provides a ready way to look at multiplication fact families over a larger span, for example if you wanted to explore the 3 times table up to 100, one of the columns in this table will get you there. This chart also highlights the perfect multiplication squares, which is helpful when navigating a number chart of this magnitude.

Seeing how multiplication products change within a series of times table facts across larger ranges of numbers can develop a number sense in ways that basic times table practice only touches upon. Explore the patterns on this multiplication chart, or just use it as a reference when you need to multiply larger numbers. Either way, send it to your printer... You know you want to see what it looks like on paper!

If this massive 100x100 times table is more than you need, be sure to check out the many other versions with smaller ranges on the main multiplication chart page!