Table of 33

Table of 33 is the multiplication table that represents the repeated addition of 33 with itself to get another value or natural number. For example, three times of 33 is equal to 99. How?

33 + 33 + 33 = 99

Thus, in the above expression, 33 is added to itself 3 times. Learn the whole table in this article for free at BYJU’S and check Tables from 1 to 100 for more details.

Table of 33

Multiplication Table of 33

Table of 33 is provided here for free so that students can learn from here and solve mathematical problems based on multiplication. Memorise this table and practise Maths questions for exams.

33 x 1 = 33
33 x 2 = 66
33 x 3 = 99
33 x 4 = 132
33 x 5 = 165
33 x 6 = 198
33 x 7 = 231
33 x 8 = 264
33 x 9 = 297
33 x 10 = 330
33 x 11 = 363
33 x 12 = 396
33 x 13 = 429
33 x 14 = 462
33 x 15 = 495
33 x 16 = 528
33 x 17 = 561
33 x 18 = 594
33 x 19 = 627
33 x 20 = 660

Learn the table and prepare for your exams to score good marks.

33 Times Table

It is easy to memorise the 33 times table. Read the thirty-three times table here.

  • One time thirty-three is 33
  • Two times thirty-three is 66
  • Three times thirty-three is 99
  • Four times thirty-three is 132
  • Five times thirty-three is 165
  • Six times thirty-three is 198
  • Seven times thirty-three is 231
  • Eight times thirty-three is 264
  • Nine times thirty-three is 297
  • Ten times thirty-three is 330

Students can practise, writing the table of 33 from 11 to 20 times and read them. This will help you to memorise the table quickly.

Solved Examples

Q.1: What is the value of 6 times of 33 subtracted from 200?

Solution: As we know, 6 times of 33 is;

33 x 6 = 198

Now we need to subtract 198 from 200.

200 – 198 = 2

Thus, 2 is the required value.

Q.2: Which of these are not multiples of 33?

62, 98, 135, 165, 199, 233, 266

Solution: To check if any number is multiples of 33, we can simply divide that number by 33. If the quotient is a whole number, then the given number is a multiple of 33.

62 ÷ 33 = 1.87.. (fraction)

98 ÷ 33 = 2.96.. (fraction)

135 ÷ 33 = 4.09.. (fraction)

165 ÷ 33 = 5 (whole number)

199 ÷ 33 = 6.03.. (fraction)

233 ÷ 33 = 7.06.. (fraction)

266 ÷ 33 = 8.06.. (fraction)

Thus, we can see, only 165 is divisible by 33, evenly. Therefore, it is the multiple of 33.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Table of 33

What is table of 33?

Table of 33 is the multiplication table where 33 is added repeatedly to get another value.
33 x 1 = 33
33 x 2 = 33 + 33 = 66
33 x 3 = 33 + 33 + 33 = 99
33 x 4 = 33 + 33 + 33 + 33 = 132
And so on.

What is the value of 9 times of 33?

9 times of 33 is equal to 297.

What is the sum of the first ten multiples of 33?

Sum of first ten multiples of 33 is:
33 + 66 + 99 + 132 + 165 + 198 + 231 + 264 + 297 + 330 = 1815

Is 33 even number or odd number?

33 is an odd number. Since it is not divisible by 2.

Is 33 a prime number or a composite number?

33 is a composite number and not a prime number since it has more than two factors, i.e., 1, 3, 11 and 33.

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