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I would like to know how to draw two Cayley tables side by side for a project I am working on. How do I do it?

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! Could you please add a minimal working example (MWE) that shows what you have tried so far? Also please specify the following: do the tables need individual captions (Table 1 and Table 2), do you want subcaptions (a) and b)) and a common caption or no caption a all? – leandriis Aug 26 at 20:43
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    Please, be so kind and show us what you try so far (in form small but complete document)? Many of us don't know, what is Cayley table, so please show us an example. – Zarko Aug 26 at 20:44
  • You might also want to have a look at How can I have two tables side by side? as the actual contents/type of the table shouldn't make too much of a difference for the alignment problem. – leandriis Aug 26 at 20:45
  • I know how to draw a binary operation table (which is what a Cayley table is), but I don't know how to put two of them side by side. – user107952 Aug 26 at 20:46
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    Can you show us how you make a Cayley-table then? If you're just using a tabular for example, just add one tabular right after the other, without any blank lines between them. – Torbjørn T. Aug 26 at 20:56

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