# Multiplication Table

In math multiplication table we will learn the tables from 0 – 25.

These multiplication tables help the students to learn the essential multiplication facts.

Multiplication tables are very important for calculation. To memorize the tables we need to practice.

Students can take the print-outs of the multiplication tables to revise it in the free time. Parents and teachers can also encourage their kids to learn printable multiplication tables for their exam.

Revise daily to memorize the tables which will take 5 minutes of your time. Homeschoolers can also use this website to learn the math multiplication tables.

The other way students can easily memorize the multiplication table because it is nothing but just adding the same number over and over which is known as repeated addition

How is multiplication table important in real life?

Suppose, if Ron is going to buy 5 pencils in a shop. The shopkeeper told the cost of one pencil is $2. Now Ron needs to find the cost of 5 pencils to pay the shopkeeper. In such a case multiplication table can help Ron to find the exact cost of 5 pencils. Now if Ron knows the multiplication table then he will count the table quickly in his mind and pay the shopkeeper$10 but if he is not sure then he can add $2 five times. So, from here we come to know that kids need to learn the multiplication table because it plays a very important role in the real life. In this topic we will learn 2 times table, 3 times table, 4 times table, 5 times table, 6 times table, 7 times table, 8 times table and so on….. . Let us revise some of the important facts about multiplication table. Multiplication is an operation of repeated addition of the same number. The number that is multiplied is called the multiplicand. The number by which it is multiplied is called the multiplier. The result of multiplication of numbers is called the product. Questions and Answers on Multiplication Table: I. Find and represent the answer as a multiplication statement. First one is shown as an example. (i) 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 4 times 2 = 4 × 2 = 8 (ii) 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 = ………….. times 3 = …………………… = ………….. (iii) 5 + 5 + 5 = ………….. times ………….. = …………………… = ………….. (iv) 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 = ………….. times ………….. = …………………… = ………….. (v) 11 + 11 + 11 + 11 + 11 + 11 + 11 + 11 = ………….. times ………….. = …………………… = ………….. Answers: (ii) 7, 7 × 3, 21 (iii) 3, 5, 3 × 5, 15 (iv) 5, 7, 5 × 7, 35 (v) 8, 11, 8 × 11, 88 II. Write the next 3 numbers in the given series: (i) 2, 4, 6, 8, ………….., ………….., ………….. (ii) 5, 10, 15, 20, ………….., ………….., ………….. (iii) 30, 40, 50, 60, ………….., ………….., ………….. (iv) 8, 16, 24, 32, ………….., ………….., ………….. Answers: (i) 10, 12, 14 (ii) 25, 30, 35 (iii) 70, 80, 90 (iv) 40, 48, 56 III. Fill in the blanks: (i) 3 × 6 = ….………….. (ii) 3 × 9 = ….………….. (iii) 2 × 9 = ….………….. (iv) 2 × 7 = ….………….. (v) 6 × 8 = ….………….. (vi) 4 × 5 = ….………….. (vii) 4 × 7 = ….………….. (ii) 5 × 3 = ….………….. (iii) 8 × 5 = ….………….. (iv) 7 × 1 = ….………….. (v) 9 × 0 = ….………….. (vi) 8 × 4 = ….………….. Answers: (i) 18 (ii) 27 (iii) 18 (iv) 14 (v) 48 (vi) 20 (vii) 28 (viii) 15 (ix) 40 (x) 7 (xi) 0 (xii) 32 IV. Multiply the given numbers: (i) 15 × 3 (ii) 24 × 5 (iii) 37 × 8 (iv) 25 × 5 (v) 19 × 6 (vi) 13 × 7 (vii) 81 × 9 (viii) 105 × 3 (ix) 123 × 6 (x) 107 × 4 (xi) 310 × 2 (xii) 211 × 3 Answers: IV. (i) 45 (ii) 120 (iii) 296 (iv) 125 (v) 114 (vi) 91 (vii) 729 (viii) 315 (ix) 738 (x) 428 (xi) 620 (xii) 633 V. Do these Sums by using Multiplication Tables: (i) 12 x 4 = _____ (ii) 14 x 7 = _____ (iii) 16 x 2 = _____ (iv) 20 x 1 _____ (v) 17 x 4 = _____ (vi) 14 x 2 = _____ (vii) 16 × 3 = _____ (viii) 11 x 10 = _____ (ix) 12 x 2 = _____ (x) 14 x 5 = _____ (xi) 15 x 9 = _____ (xii) 19 × 10 = _____ (xiii) 18 x 8 = _____ (xiv) 13 × 3 = _____ (xv) 15 x 5 = _____ (xvi) 12 x 5 = _____ (xvii) 11 × 7 = _____ (xviii) 13 × 10 = _____ (xix) 16 x 1 = _____ (xx) 17 X 7 = _____ (xxi) 18 × 5 = _____ (xxii) 13 × 8 = _____ (xxiii) 15 x 10 = _____ (xxiv) 11 X 1 = _____ VI. Fill in the Blanks by using Tables: (i) 16 × 3 = _____ (ii) 0 × 12 = _____ (iii) 14 × 3 = _____ (iv) 19 × 4 = _____ (v) 19 × _____ = 57 (vi) 17 × _____ = 136 (vii) _____ × 8 = 88 (viii) _____ × 4 = 68 (ix) _____ × 2 = 32 (x) 13 × 9 = _____ (xi) 15 × 7 = _____ (xii) 18 × 6 = _____ (xiii) 12 × _____ = 36 (xiv) 16 × _____ = 64 (xv) 20 × _____ = 100 (xvi) 20 × _____ = 200 (xvii) 11 × 9 = _____ (xviii) 20 × _____ = 60 VII. Fill in the Blank Spaces: (i) 18 × 5 = _____ × 18 (ii) 12 × 6 = _____ × 12 (iii) 13 × 4 = _____ × 13 (iv) _____ × 6 = 6 × 11 (v) _____ × 5 = 5 × 20 (vi) 16 × _____ = 8 × 16 (vii) _____ × 7 = 7 × 19 (viii) 17 × _____ = 6 × 17 (ix) 19 × _____ = 4 × 19 VIII. Represent the given numbers through 2 different multiplication statements. First one is done for you. Answers: VIII. (ii) 16 = 2 × 8; 16 = 4 × 4 (iii) 18 = 2 × 9; 18 = 3 × 6 (iv) 24 = 4 × 6; 24 = 3 × 8 IX. A story book costs$ 9. If Sam wants to buy 6 story books, then how much money does he need?

A. When we multiply numbers we get their:

(i) Sum           (ii) Difference               (iii) Product         (iv) Quotient

B. When we multiply any number by 0, the answer is:

(i) Number it self           (ii) 0               (iii) 1               (iv) Remainder

C. When we multiply any number by 1, the answer is:

(i) Number it self           (ii) 0               (iii) 1               (iv) Remainder

D. Multiplication is also known as Repeated:

(i) Predecessor       (ii) Subtraction        (iii) Addition        (iv) Successor

E. Which of the following is equal to 5 × 12?

(i) 12 + 12 + 12     (ii) 48     (iii) 12 + 12 + 12 + 12 + 12     (iv) 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5

F. 389 × 0 =

(i) 389           (ii) 3890               (iii) 38900         (iv) 0

G. Double of 56 is:

(i) 56           (ii) 112               (iii) 156         (iv) 560

H. Triple of 41 is:

(i) 41           (ii) 410               (iii) 82         (iv) 123

X. A. (iii)

B. (ii)

C. (i)

D. (iii)

E. (iii)

F. (iv)

G. (ii)

H. (iv)

XI: Choose the right answer and fill in the blank.

A. 36 × 10 = __________

(i) 306           (ii) 360               (iii) 3600               (iv) 3060

B. 123 × 200 = __________

(i) 1230           (ii) 12300               (iii) 24600               (iv) 2460

XI. A. (ii)

B. (iii)

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Multiplication Table Chart

0 Times Table.                              T                               1 Times Table.

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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