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Old 2020-05-16, 05:49   #5
tuckerkao
 
Jan 2020

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Originally Posted by retina View Post
These are quite attractive.

To make them better perhaps consider starting at zero.
I put the 0 on the rightmost columns, so when the color balls are arranged in the different math bases, it's easier to identify the neighboring numbers.

The attached images show the senary (base 6) multiplication tables, so that users can see 5 and 106 are next to each other, 156 and 206, 256 and 306 and so on.
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