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Tables extracted from web documents can be used to directly answer many web search queries. Previous works on question answering (QA) using web tables have focused on factoid queries, i.e., those answerable with a short string like person name or a number. However, many queries answerable using tables are non-factoid in nature. In this paper, we develop an open-domain QA approach using web tables that works for both factoid and non-factoid queries. Our key insight is to combine deep neuralarXiv:2001.03272v1 fatcat:2fkmnmcdvvggnazlhe4x4zxqke