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Here's a possibility. In order for a division table to make sense, it would have to be restricted to composite numbers with several factors, both prime and composite. Otherwise, you will run into the dreaded decimal fraction thing. So the result will be that division tables will be a juggling of what we already know as multiplication tables. Without much effort, you can take a multiplication table and convert it into a division table.

I cringe just thinking about a 13's division table. 13 divided by 13 equals one. 13 divided by 12 equals--- 13 divided by 10 equals--- OH! 1.3! 13 divided by 9 equals-- etc etc

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