Table of 52

Table of 52

Table of 52 represents the repeated addition of a number 52. For example, 52 multiplied by 3 can be expressed as:

52 x 3 ⇒ 52+ 52+ 52 = 156

Similarly, we can write the table of 52 by repeatedly adding 52 up to 20 times. Here, we have provided the table for the ease of learning. Students can learn from the table anytime and solve mathematical problems in a quick way. [Check Tables from 1 to 100].

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Multiplication Table of 52

Multiplication table of 52 is given below for students and learners who want to get the multiples of 52. This table will help you to solve the multiplication problems quickly.

52

x

1

=

52

52

x

2

=

104

52

x

3

=

156

52

x

4

=

208

52

x

5

=

260

52

x

6

=

312

52

x

7

=

364

52

x

8

=

416

52

x

9

=

468

52

x

10

=

520

52

x

11

=

572

52

x

12

=

624

52

x

13

=

676

52

x

14

=

728

52

x

15

=

780

52

x

16

=

832

52

x

17

=

884

52

x

18

=

936

52

x

19

=

988

52

x

20

=

1040

The above fifty-two table will help you take a quick revision as well as for the examination.

52 Times Table

To memorise the table of fifty-two, we have presented here the format to read the table.

  • One time fifty-two is 52
  • Two times fifty-two is 104
  • Three times fifty-two is 156
  • Four times fifty-two is 208
  • Five times fifty-two is 260
  • Six times fifty-two is 312
  • Seven times fifty-two is 364
  • Eight times fifty-two is 416
  • Nine times fifty-two is 468
  • Ten times fifty-two is 520

Practise writing the 52 times table, in the above given format from 11 to 20 times and become an expert.

Solved Examples

Q.1: Find the value of 52 x 5 + 10.

Solution: 52 x 5 + 10

= (52 x 5) + 10 [BODMAS rule]

= 260 + 10

= 270

Q.2: Find the value of 52 x 11 ÷ 11.

Solution: Given, 52 x 11 ÷ 11

= 52 x (11 ÷ 11) [BODMAS rule]

= 52 x 1

= 52

Q.3: Which of these is a multiple of 52: 152, 210, 265, 312, 370, 420?

Solution: Given, 152, 210, 265, 312, 370, 420

Divide each of the following by 52, to find if they are multiples of 52. If the quotient obtained is a whole number then the number is a multiple otherwise not.

152 ÷ 52= 2.92.. (Not a multiple)

210 ÷ 52= 4.03.. (Not a multiple)

265 ÷ 52= 5.09.. (Not a multiple)

312 ÷ 52= 6.. (Multiple)

370 ÷ 52= 7.11.. (Not a multiple)

420 ÷ 52= 8.07.. (Not a multiple)

Thus, 312 is the required multiple of 52.

Q.4: Ram eats three meals a day. If he eats for 52 days, then how many meals does he eat in total?

Solution: In one day Ram eats = 3 meals

So, in 52 days, he will eat = 52 x 3 = 156 meals

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Frequently Asked Questions on Table of 52

What is table of 52?

Table of 52 represents the values that are repeated addition of 52.
52 x 1 = 52
52 x 2 = 52 + 52 = 104
52 x 3 = 52 + 52 + 52 = 156
52 x 4 = 52 + 52 + 52 + 52 = 208
And so on.

What are the multiples of 52?

The first ten multiples of 52 are 52, 104, 156, 208, 260, 312, 364, 416, 468 and 520.

What is the sum of the first five multiples of 52?

The sum of the first five multiples of 52 is:
52 + 104 + 156 + 208 + 260 = 780

What is the 25 times of 52?

25 times of 52 = 52 x 25 = 1300

How many factors do the number 52 have?

Factors of 52 are 1, 2, 4, 13, 26 and 52. Hence, there are a total six factors.

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