Table of 63

Table of 63 represents repeated addition of the 63. For example, if we multiply 63 by 4, then 63 is added to itself, four times.

63 x 4 ⇒ 63 + 63 + 63 + 63 ⇒ 252

As we know, multiplication is the reverse method of division. So, if we say, 63 multiplied by 4 is 252, then 252 divided by 4 is equal to 63.

252÷4 = 63

Thus, we get the original value back.

Similarly, we can also write the multiplication table of 63 when 63 is multiplied with ‘n’ natural numbers. The table is useful for complex mathematical calculations. Check Tables from 1 to 100 to learn all the tables.

Multiplication Table of 63

The table of real number, 63, is provided below in tabular form. Students can use this table to solve multiplication problems in a quick way.

63

x

1

=

63

63

x

2

=

126

63

x

3

=

189

63

x

4

=

252

63

x

5

=

315

63

x

6

=

378

63

x

7

=

441

63

x

8

=

504

63

x

9

=

567

63

x

10

=

630

63

x

11

=

693

63

x

12

=

756

63

x

13

=

819

63

x

14

=

882

63

x

15

=

945

63

x

16

=

1008

63

x

17

=

1071

63

x

18

=

1134

63

x

19

=

1197

63

x

20

=

1260

63 Times Table

Read the sixty-three times table here.

  • One time sixty-three is 63
  • Two times sixty-three is 126
  • Three times sixty-three is 189
  • Four times sixty-three is 252
  • Five times sixty-three is 315
  • Six times sixty-three is 378
  • Seven times sixty-three is 441
  • Eight times sixty-three is 504
  • Nine times sixty-three is 567
  • Ten times sixty-three is 630

Practise writing the 63 times table from 11 to 20, to understand better.

Solved Examples

Q.1: What is the value of 63 times of 5 added to 20?

Solution: 63 times of 5 = 63 x 5 = 315

Adding 20, we get;

315 + 20 = 335

Hence, 335 is the required value.

Q.2: Which of these is a multiple of 63?

127, 253, 378, 442, 563, 692

Solution: If a number is multiple of 63, then it is evenly divisible by 63 and the resulting quotient is a whole number. Let us check.

127 ÷ 63 = 2.01.. (fraction)

253 ÷ 63 = 4.01.. (fraction)

378 ÷ 63 = 6 (Whole number)

442 ÷ 63 = 7.01.. (fraction)

563 ÷ 63 = 8.93.. (fraction)

692 ÷ 63 = 10.98.. (fraction)

From the above, we can see that only 378 is completely divisible by 63 and the quotient is a whole number. Therefore, 378 is a multiple of 63.

Q.3: Solve the following: 63 x 63 ÷ 63.

Solution: Given,

63 x 63 ÷ 63

= 63 x (63 ÷ 63) [BODMAS rule]

= 63 x 1

= 63

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Frequently Asked Questions on Table of 63

What is the Table of 63?

Table of 63 expresses the repeated addition of 63.
63 x 1 = 63
63 x 2 = 63 + 63 = 126
63 x 3 = 63 + 63 + 63 = 189
63 x 4 = 63 + 63 + 63 + 63 = 252
And so on

What is the value of 63 times of 9?

63 times of 9 = 63 x 9 = 567

What are the first 10 multiples of 63?

The first 10 multiples of 63 are 63, 126, 189, 252, 315, 378, 441, 504, 567 and 630.

What is the sum of first five multiples of 63?

The sum of first five multiples of 63 is given by:
63 + 126 + 189 + 252 + 315 = 945

63 is a prime number. True or false?

False. 63 is a composite number because 63 has more than two factors, they are:
1, 3, 7, 9, 21 and 63. Hence, there are a total six factors.

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