Tables 2 to 20

Memorizing multiplication tables 1 to 20 serves as a building block for related math concepts like division, fractions, long multiplication, and algebra taught in elementary school. The students without proper memorization of basic multiplication tables will find these concepts more difficult then they are. Hence, it very necessary for them to memorise the maths tables. Learn Maths Tables from 1 To 100 here at BYJU’S.

Maths Tables 1 to 20

Calculators are great assistance for complex calculations. However, using a calculator for simple mathematics calculations is not the proper way. It will lower the problem-solving skills of students and they won’t be confident enough to solve such problems in future. Therefore, it is always recommended to memorise the tables at least from 2 to 20.

Maths Table 2 to 20

The complete list of 2 to 20 tables upto 10 times are given below.

Table 2 to 5

Table of 2 Table of 3 Table of 4 Table of 5
2 ×‌ 1 = 2 3 × ‌1 = 3 4 × ‌1 = 4 5 × ‌1 = 5
2 ×‌  2  = 4 3 × ‌2 = 6 4 × ‌2 = 8 5 × ‌2 = 10
2 × ‌3 = 6 3 × ‌3 = 9 4 × ‌3 = 12 5 × ‌3 = 15
2 × ‌4 = 8 3 × ‌4 = 12 4 × ‌4 = 16 5 × ‌4 = 20
2 × ‌5 = 10 3 × ‌5 = 15 4 × ‌5 = 20 5 × ‌5 = 25
2 × ‌6 = 12 3 × ‌6 = 18 4 × ‌6 = 24 5 × ‌6 = 30
2 × ‌7 = 14 3 × ‌7 = 21 4 × ‌7 = 28 5 × ‌7 = 35
2 × ‌8 = 16 3 × ‌8 = 24 4 × ‌8 = 32 5×8=40
2 × ‌9 = 18 3 × ‌9 = 27 4 × ‌9 = 36 5×9=45
2 × ‌10 = 20 3 × ‌10 = 30 4 × ‌10 = 40 5×10=50

Table 6 to 10

Table of 6 Table of 7 Table of 8 Table of 9 Table of 10
6×1=6 7×1=7 8×1=8 9×1=9 10×1=10
6×2=12 7×2=14 8×2=16 9×2=18 10×2=20
6×3=18 7×3=21 8×3=24 9×3=27 10×3=30
6×4=24 7×4=28 8×4=32 9×4=36 10×4=40
6×5=30 7×5=35 8×5=40 9×5=45 10×5=50
6×6=36 7×6=42 8×6=48 9×6=54 10×6=60
6×7=42 7×7=49 8×7=56 9×7=63 10×7=70
6×8=48 7×8=56 8×8=64 9×8=72 10×8=80
6×9=54 7×9=63 8×9=72 9×9=81 10×9=90
6×10=60 7×10=70 8×10=80 9×10=90 10×10=100

Table 11 to 15

Table of 11 Table of 12 Table of 13 Table of 14 Table of 15
11 ×‌‌ 1 = 11 12 ×‌ 1 = 12 13 ×‌ 1 = 13 14 ×‌ 1 = 14 15 ×‌ 1 = 15
11 ×‌‌ 2 = 22 12 ×‌ 2 = 24 13 ×‌ 2 = 26 14 ×‌ 2 = 28 15 ×‌ 2 = 30
11 ×‌‌ 3 = 33 12 ×‌ 3 = 36 13 ×‌ 3 = 39 14 ×‌ 3 = 42 15 ×‌ 3 = 45
11 ×‌ 4 = 44 12 ×‌ 4 = 48 13 ×‌ 4 = 52 14 ×‌ 4 = 56 15 ×‌ 4 = 60
11 ×‌ 5 = 55 12 ×‌ 5 = 60 13 ×‌ 5 = 65 14 ×‌ 5 = 70 15 ×‌ 5 = 75
11 ×‌ 6 = 66 12 ×‌ 6 = 72 13 ×‌ 6 = 78 14 ×‌ 6 = 84 15 ×‌ 6 = 90
11 ×‌ 7 = 77 12 ×‌ 7 = 84 13 ×‌ 7 = 91 14 ×‌ 7 = 98 15 ×‌ 7 = 105
11 ×‌ 8 = 88 12 ×‌ 8 = 96 13 ×‌ 8 = 104 14 ×‌ 8 = 112 15 ×‌ 8 = 120
11 ×‌ 9 = 99 12 ×‌ 9 = 108 13 ×‌ 9 = 117 14 ×‌ 9 = 126 15 ×‌ 9 = 135
11 ×‌ 10 = 110 12 ×‌ 10 = 120 13 ×‌ 10 = 130 14 ×‌ 10 = 140 15 ×‌ 10 = 150

Table 16 to 20

Table of 16 Table of 17 Table of 18 Table of 19 Table of 20
16 ×‌ 1 = 16 17 ×‌ 1 = 17 18 ×‌ 1 = 18 19 ×‌ 1 = 19  20 ×‌ 1 = 20
16 ×‌ 2 = 32 17 ×‌ 2 = 34 18 ×‌ 2 = 36 19 ×‌ 2 = 38 20 ×‌ 2 = 40
16 ×‌ 3 = 48 17 ×‌ 3 = 51 18 ×‌ 3 = 54 19 ×‌ 3 = 57 20 ×‌ 3 = 60
16 ×‌ 4 = 64 17 ×‌ 4 = 68 18 ×‌ 4 = 72 19 ×‌ 4 = 76 20 ×‌ 4 = 80
16 ×‌ 5 = 80 17 ×‌ 5 = 85 18 ×‌ 5 = 90 19 ×‌ 5 = 95 20 ×‌ 5 = 100
16 ×‌ 6 = 96 17 ×‌ 6 = 102 18 ×‌ 6 = 108 19 ×‌ 6 = 114 20 ×‌ 6 = 120
16 ×‌ 7 = 112 17 ×‌ 7 = 119 18 ×‌ 7 = 126 19 ×‌ 7 = 133 20 ×‌ 7 = 140
16 ×‌ 8 = 128 17 ×‌ 8 = 136 18 ×‌ 8 = 144 19 ×‌ 8 = 152 20 ×‌ 8 = 160
16 ×‌ 9 = 144 17 ×‌ 9 = 153 18 ×‌ 9 = 162 19 ×‌ 9 = 171 20 ×‌ 9 = 180
16 ×‌ 10 = 160 17 ×‌ 10 = 170 18 ×‌ 10 = 180 19 ×‌ 10 = 190 20 ×‌ 10 = 200

Maths Tables from 2 to 20 (with PDFs)

Here we have compiled multiplication tables, the students can prepare math tables 2 to 20 from the given below links.

Multiplication Table Chart

Here is the chart of the multiplication table from 1 to 10.

× (Times) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
3 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30
4 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40
5 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
6 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60
7 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 63 70
8 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72 80
9 9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 90
10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

In the same way, we can create a chart from table 11 to 20.

Tips To Memorise Multiplication Tables

Let us see some of the tips to memorise these Maths tables.

  1. In case of table of 2, the number is increased by 2 times or a number is doubled when multiplied by 2. For example, 2 times 6, means 6 is doubled here, therefore the result is 12. Hence, 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20.
  2. Table of 5 has a pattern. The number either ends at 0 or at 5. Hence,5,10,15,20,25,…
  3. Similarly, the table of 9 also has a pattern. If we see the 9 times table, the ten’s place digit of the numbers goes in increasing order from 0 to 9 and the unit place digit of the numbers goes in decreasing order from 9 to 0. Hence, 01,18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90.
  4. To memorise the 10 times table is very easy. We should have to put a zero next to the number multiplied by 10. Like, 10 times 8 is 80.

Why learn Multiplication Table

Maths tables are also considered as a multiplication table. Because each table is produced when we multiply a specific number with all of the counting numbers, i.e., 1,2,3,4,5,6,..so on.

Suppose if we have to create a table of number 4, then 4 is multiplied with all the natural numbers in such a way:

4 x 1 = 4

4 x 2 = 8

4 x 3 = 12

4 x 4 = 16

4 x 5 = 20

And so on.

The tables are the basic or fundamentals of learning Maths. Hence, it is necessary for each student to learn the tables for easy and quick calculations. In the next section, we have given the links for tables 2 to 20, so that students can easily approach and learn them.

Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs

What is the easiest way to memorise the multiplication table?

Addition is the easiest way to memorise multiplication table. As we know, the number of times a number is multiplied by another number, that means it has been added with itself again and again for the same number of times, repeatedly. For example, 8 times 4 means 8 is added four times. Hence, 8+8+8+8 = 32.

How to memorise the Maths table?

To memorise Maths table we have to learn the table again and again, either by verbally pronouncing it or by writing on a paper, repeatedly. Also, try to solve questions based on multiplication of numbers to learn faster.

What is a Maths Multiplication Table?

In Maths, multiplication table, gives the product of two numbers, sequentially. It shows when a numbers is added to itself, repeatedly, it generates a different number every time. Usually, we learn tables from 2 to 30 and memorise them to solve the mathematical problems in a quick way.

How to remember the Maths tables?

Create a Maths tables chart from atleast 2 to 20 and read the chart everyday, to remember it.

How to remember table of 9?

The easiest method to remember the table of 9 is first right the numbers from 1 to 9 and then write them in reverse order. Now pair the digits from 1st group to the digits of 2nd group to get the table of 9.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
So, we can see, 09 is the value of 9 times 1, 18 is the value of 9 times 2, and so on.

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