# Tables 2 to 12

Maths multiplication tables 2 to 12 is the base of arithmetic operations. Students should memorise these tables to do mathematical calculations quickly and efficiently. These tables are part of elementary mathematics and are used all around the world as the foundation for arithmetic calculations. Also, learn Tables from 2 To 30 here.

Primary school students are required to learn these tables from 2 to 12 so that they can solve multiplication problems easily. To make them learn offline, we are also providing here PDFs of all the tables, which can be downloaded from the given link.

## Multiplication Tables From 2 to 12

Here is the list of the tables from 2 to 12.

### Tables of 2 to 6

 Table of 2 Table of 3 Table of 4 Table of 5 Table of 6 2 ×‌ 1 = 2 3 × ‌1 = 3 4 × ‌1 = 4 5 × ‌1 = 5 6×1=6 2 ×‌ 2 = 4 3 × ‌2 = 6 4 × ‌2 = 8 5 × ‌2 = 10 6×2=12 2 × ‌3 = 6 3 × ‌3 = 9 4 × ‌3 = 12 5 × ‌3 = 15 6×3=18 2 × ‌4 = 8 3 × ‌4 = 12 4 × ‌4 = 16 5 × ‌4 = 20 6×4=24 2 × ‌5 = 10 3 × ‌5 = 15 4 × ‌5 = 20 5 × ‌5 = 25 6×5=30 2 × ‌6 = 12 3 × ‌6 = 18 4 × ‌6 = 24 5 × ‌6 = 30 6×6=36 2 × ‌7 = 14 3 × ‌7 = 21 4 × ‌7 = 28 5 × ‌7 = 35 6×7=42 2 × ‌8 = 16 3 × ‌8 = 24 4 × ‌8 = 32 5×8=40 6×8=48 2 × ‌9 = 18 3 × ‌9 = 27 4 × ‌9 = 36 5×9=45 6×9=54 2 × ‌10 = 20 3 × ‌10 = 30 4 × ‌10 = 40 5×10=50 6×10=60

### Tables 7 to 12

 Table of 7 Table of 8 Table of 9 Table of 10 Table of 11 Table of 12 7×1=7 8×1=8 9×1=9 10×1=10 11 ×‌‌ 1 = 11 12 ×‌ 1 = 12 7×2=14 8×2=16 9×2=18 10×2=20 11 ×‌‌ 2 = 22 12 ×‌ 2 = 24 7×3=21 8×3=24 9×3=27 10×3=30 11 ×‌‌ 3 = 33 12 ×‌ 3 = 36 7×4=28 8×4=32 9×4=36 10×4=40 11 ×‌ 4 = 44 12 ×‌ 4 = 48 7×5=35 8×5=40 9×5=45 10×5=50 11 ×‌ 5 = 55 12 ×‌ 5 = 60 7×6=42 8×6=48 9×6=54 10×6=60 11 ×‌ 6 = 66 12 ×‌ 6 = 72 7×7=49 8×7=56 9×7=63 10×7=70 11 ×‌ 7 = 77 12 ×‌ 7 = 84 7×8=56 8×8=64 9×8=72 10×8=80 11 ×‌ 8 = 88 12 ×‌ 8 = 96 7×9=63 8×9=72 9×9=81 10×9=90 11 ×‌ 9 = 99 12 ×‌ 9 = 108 7×10=70 8×10=80 9×10=90 10×10=100 11 ×‌ 10 = 110 12 ×‌ 20 = 120

Observe the multiplication tables chart for tables from 2 to 12 given below:

## Solved Examples

Example 1:

In a basket, 8 rows of apples are arranged such that each row contains 7 apples. Find the total number of apples in the basket.

Solution:

Number of rows = 8

Number of apples in each row = 7

Total number of apples = 8 × 7 = 56

Therefore, the number of apples in the basket = 56.

Example 2:

Write the missing numbers in the following:

7 × 7 = ____

12 × ____ = 96

9 × 4 = ____

____ × 5 = 55

Solution:

Using the times tables from 2 to 12,

7 × 7 = 49

12 × 8 = 96

9 × 4 = 36

11 × 5 = 55

## Frequently Asked Questions on Tables 2 to 12

Q1

### How to write a table of 2?

Write the table of 2 as given here: 2 ×‌ 1 = 2, 2 ×‌ 2 = 4, 2 × ‌3 = 6, 2 × ‌4 = 8, 2 × ‌5 = 10, 2 × ‌6 = 12, 2 × ‌7 = 14, 2 × ‌8 = 16, 2 × ‌9 = 18, 2 × ‌10 = 20.

Q2

### How to read 3 times table?

One time three is 3, two times three is 6, three times three is 9, four times three is 12, five times three is 15, six times three is 18, seven times three is 21, eight times three is 24, nine times three is 27 and ten times three is 30.

Q3

### What is the table of 15?

The table of 15 is as follows: 15 ×‌ 1 = 15, 15 ×‌ 2 = 30, 15 ×‌ 3 = 45, 15 ×‌ 4 = 60, 15 ×‌ 5 = 75, 15 ×‌ 6 = 90, 15 ×‌ 7 = 105, 15 ×‌ 8 = 120, 15 ×‌ 9 = 135, 15 ×‌ 10 = 150.

Q4

### How to memorise the table of 19?

If we see the table of 19, it has a pattern which we can remember easily.

First, write the unit place numbers of 19 times tables up to 10 in reverse order from 9 till 0.

9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0

Now, the numbers of 19 times table from 1 to 5 are two-digit and from 6 to 10 are three-digit numbers, having 1 at the hundred’s place. The ten’s place of these numbers hold odd numbers such as:

19, 38, 57, 76, 95, 114, 133, 152, 171, 190

Hence, we get the table of 19.

Q5

### What is the table of 9 and how to remember it?

The table of 9 is as follows:

9×1=09

9×2=18

9×3=27

9×4=36

9×5=45

9×6=54

9×7=63

9×8=72

9×9=81

9×10=90

As we can see, the unit digit of the numbers in the table carry 9 to 0 in descending order and the ten’s place digits carry 0 to 9 in ascending order. Hence, it is easy to remember.

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