14 Times Table

In 14 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 14.


We read fourteen times table as: 

One time fourteen is 14

Two times fourteen are 28

Three times fourteen are 42

Four times fourteen are 56

Five times fourteen are 70

Six times fourteen are 84

Seven times fourteen are 98

Eight times fourteen are 112

Nine times fourteen are 126

Ten times fourteen are 140

Eleven times fourteen are 154

Twelve times fourteen are 168



We write 14 times table as:

1 × 14 = 14

2 × 14 = 28

3 × 14 = 42

4 × 14 = 56

5 × 14 = 70

6 × 14 = 84

7 × 14 = 98

8 × 14 = 112

9 × 14 = 126

10 × 14 = 140

11 × 14 = 154

12 × 14 = 168

Let us follow the how to read and write multiplication of 14 times table chart:

14 Times Table

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1. What is 14 × 14 × 14 × 14 × 14 × 14?

Answer: 14 × 6 = 84


2. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 2 more than 26 = 2 × ___

(ii) 4 times ___ = 56

(iii) 8 times ___ = 112

(iv) 1 less than 99 = 7 × ___

(v) 14 times 3 = ___


Answer:

2. (i) 7 more than 77 = ___ × ___

(ii) 2 more than 26 = 2 × 14

(iii) 4 times 14 = 56

(iv) 8 times 14 = 112

(v) 1 less than 99 = 7 × 14

(vi) 14 times 3 = 42

(vii) 7 more than 77 = 6 × 14


3. Using the multiplication time’s table of 14, calculate 14 times 12.

Solution:

According to the 14 times tables, 14 times 12 = 14 × 12 = 168 [using 14 times table]

Therefore, 14 times 12 = 168


4. Each group of students has 14 students. How many students will there be in 22 such groups?

Solution:

No of students in each group = 14

No of groups = 22

Therefore, total no. of students in 22 groups = 14 × 22 = 308

Answer: There will be 308 students in 22 groups.


5. In a café there are 20 tables. Each table has 14 seats. How many seats are there in the café?

Solution:

No of seats in 1 table = 14

No of tables = 20

Therefore, total no. of seats in 20 tables = 14 × 20 = 280

Answer: There are 280 seats in the cafe.


6. A box has 14 colour pencils. How many colour pencils are there in 14 such boxes?

Solution:

No. of colour pencils in 1 box = 14

No. of boxes = 14

Therefore, total no. of colour pencils in 14 boxes = 14 × 14

Answer: There will be 196 colour pencils in 14 boxes.


7. In a jar there are 90 lollipops. How many lollipops are there in 14 such jars?

Solution:

No. of lollipops in 1 jar = 90

No. of jars = 14

Therefore, total no. of lollipops in 14 jars = 90 × 14

Answer: There will be 1260 lollipops in 14 jars.

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2 Times Table.                              A                               3 Times Table.

4 Times Table.                              B                               5 Times Table.

6 Times Table.                              L                               7 Times Table.

8 Times Table.                              E                               9 Times Table.

10 Times Table.                                                            11 Times Table.

12 Times Table.   T  A  B  L  E       S       C  H  A  R  T    13 Times Table.

14 Times Table.                                                            15 Times Table.

16 Times Table.                            C                              17 Times Table.

18 Times Table.                            H                              19 Times Table.

20 Times Table.                            A                              21 Times Table.

22 Times Table.                            R                              23 Times Table.

24 Times Table.                            T                              25 Times Table.



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