Table of 29

Tables are the basics of Maths we have learned in schools. Table of 29 gives the repeated addition of number 29, repeated for a certain number of times. For example, 5 buckets of 29 bottles each, gives the sum of 29 + 29 + 29 + 29 + 29 = 145. Therefore, the total number of bottles in all the buckets are 145. Or we can also write it as, 5 x 29 = 145, where 5 is the number of buckets and 29 is the number of bottles in each bucket.

Table of 29

The multiplication tables are of very useful from Classes 1st to 12th. The calculations we do are sometimes time-consuming as it consists of multiplication problems. Therefore, if we memorize this maths table, we can solve these problems easily and quickly. Also, aspirants of competitive exams which includes maths aptitude questions can memorize the table of 29 for quick calculations.

The table of 29 is given below is little difficult but could be memorised.

Maths Table of 29

Let us draw the table of 29 from numbers 1 to 20 times.

29 x 1 = 29
29 x 2 = 58
29 x 3 = 87
29 x 4 = 116
29 x 5 = 145
29 x 6 = 174
29 x 7 = 203
29 x 8 = 232
29 x 9 = 261
29 x 10 = 290
29 x 11 = 319
29 x 12 = 348
29 x 13 = 377
29 x 14 = 406
29 x 15 = 435
29 x 16 = 464
29 x 17 = 493
29 x 18 = 522
29 x 19 = 551
29 x 20 = 580

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