Here’s an example of how to create a multiplication table for a number in Python on Codewars:

```
def multiplication_table(number):
return [[i*j for j in range(1, number+1)] for i in range(1, number+1)]
```

In this solution, we define a function `multiplication_table`

that takes an integer `number`

as input. The function uses a list comprehension to create a 2D list that contains the products of each pair of numbers from 1 to `number`

. The outer list comprehension iterates over the numbers from 1 to `number`

and creates a list of products for each number. The inner list comprehension iterates over the numbers from 1 to `number`

and creates a list of products for the current number.

To test this function on Codewars, you can submit the code and run the provided test cases. If the code passes all the test cases, you will receive a message indicating that your code has been accepted.

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