 # Tables 21 to 30

Tables 21 to 30 includes the list of multiplication table from 21 to 30. The table will have multiples of 21 to 30.  Memorizing multiplication tables will help us to solve calculations based on maths concepts like division, fractions, long multiplication, and algebras. The list of tables 21 to 30 is provided here by our experts for solving Maths problems quickly. We have learned, Maths table from 1 to 20 and 11 to 30 in our primary and secondary classes. Students should learn tables from 2 to 30, completely. Few numbers tables are very easy to remember like, table of 10, table of 22, etc. as the numbers follow a pattern in them.

Some students are dependent on calculators for basic calculations, but it leads to the weakening of calculation skills. By memorizing the tables, you would be able to save your time which is consumed in doing long calculations. Also, if you memorize them, it will help to solve the day-to-day calculations in real life. Thus, the usage of Maths Table is both in our academic life and real life.

## Multiplication Tables 21 to 30

By concentration and rehearsal, you can memorize the Maths tables 21 to 30. Students, learning in their primary and secondary classes are recommended to memorize the tables from 1 to 20 for their reference. But for higher secondary or senior secondary students and the candidates, appearing for any competitive exams which consist of Maths aptitude questions, can memorize the tables from 21 to 30. Take the help of charts or visuals to memorize the tables.

### Tables 21 to 25

 Table of 21 Table of 22 Table of 23 Table of 24 Table of 25 21 ×‌ 1 = 21 22 ×‌ 1 = 22 23 ×‌ 1 = 23 24 ×‌ 1 = 24 25 ×‌ 1 = 25 21 ×‌ 2 = 42 22 ×‌ 2 = 44 23 ×‌ 2 = 46 24 ×‌ 2 = 48 25 ×‌ 2 = 50 21 ×‌ 3 = 63 22 ×‌ 3 = 66 23 ×‌ 3 = 69 24 ×‌ 3 = 72 25 ×‌ 3 = 75 21 ×‌ 4 = 84 22 ×‌ 4 = 88 23 ×‌ 4 = 92 24 ×‌ 4 = 96 25 ×‌ 4 = 100 21 ×‌ 5 = 105 22 ×‌ 5 = 110 23 ×‌ 5 = 115 24 ×‌ 5 = 120 25 ×‌ 5 = 125 21 ×‌ 6 = 126 22 ×‌ 6 = 132 23 ×‌ 6 = 138 24 ×‌ 6 = 144 25 ×‌ 6 = 150 21 ×‌ 7 = 147 22 ×‌ 7 = 154 23 ×‌ 7 = 161 24 ×‌ 7 = 168 25 ×‌ 7 = 175 21 ×‌ 8 = 168 22 ×‌ 8 = 176 23 ×‌ 8 = 184 24 ×‌ 8 = 192 25 ×‌ 8 = 200 21 ×‌ 9 = 189 22 ×‌ 9 = 198 23 ×‌ 9 = 207 24 ×‌ 9 = 216 25 ×‌ 9 = 225 21 ×‌ 10 = 210 22 ×‌ 10 = 220 23 ×‌ 10 = 230 24 ×‌ 10 = 240 25 ×‌ 10 = 250

### Tables 26 to 30

 Table of 26 Table of 27 Table of 28 Table of 29 Table of 30 26 ×‌ 1 = 26 27 ×‌ 1 = 27 28 ×‌ 1 = 28 29 ×‌ 1 = 29 30 ×‌ 1 = 30 26 ×‌ 2 = 52 27 ×‌ 2 = 54 28 ×‌ 2 = 56 29 ×‌ 2 = 58 30 ×‌ 2 = 60 26 ×‌ 3 = 78 27 ×‌ 3 = 81 28 ×‌ 3 = 84 29 ×‌ 3 = 87 30 ×‌ 3 = 90 26 ×‌ 4 = 104 27 ×‌ 4 = 108 28 ×‌ 4 = 112 29 ×‌ 4 = 116 30 ×‌ 4 = 120 26 ×‌ 5 = 130 27 ×‌ 5 = 135 28 ×‌ 5 = 140 29 ×‌ 5 = 145 30 ×‌ 5 = 150 26 ×‌ 6 = 156 27 ×‌ 6 = 162 28 ×‌ 6 = 168 29 ×‌ 6 = 174 30 ×‌ 6 = 180 26 ×‌ 7 = 182 27 ×‌ 7 = 189 28 ×‌ 7 = 196 29 ×‌ 7 = 203 30 ×‌ 7 = 210 26 ×‌ 8 = 208 27 ×‌ 8 = 216 28 ×‌ 8 = 224 29 ×‌ 8 = 232 30 ×‌ 8 = 240 26 ×‌ 9 = 234 27 ×‌ 9 = 243 28 ×‌ 9 = 252 29 ×‌ 9 = 261 30 ×‌ 9 = 270 26 ×‌ 10 = 260 27 ×‌ 10 = 270 28 ×‌ 10 = 280 29 ×‌ 10 = 290 30 ×‌ 10 = 300

## List of Tables 21 to 30

Below are the links for the tables from 21 to 30. Students can download the tables for their reference by clicking on the relevant links.

Maths Tables from 21 to 30
Table of 21 Table of 22
Table of 23 Table of 24
Table of 25 Table of 26
Table of 27 Table of 28
Table of 29 Table of 30

## Solved Examples – Tables 21 to 30

Q.1: If Sam brought 3 packets of candies and each packet has 21 candies in them, what is the total number of candies available with Sam?

Solution: Number of packets of candies = 3

Number of candies in each packet = 21

Total number of candies = 21 x 3 = 63

Q.2: Parthiv goes to the gym for 2 hours a day and 25 days a month. How many total hours does he go to the gym in a month?

Solution: Number of days he goes to the gym in a month = 25

Number of hours = 2 hours

Total number of hours = 25 x 2 = 50 hours

Q.3: What is the cost of 10 photo frames, if each frame costs Rs.18?

Solution: Cost of each photo frame = Rs.18

Number of photo frames = 10

Total cost = Rs.18 x 10 = Rs.180

## Practice Questions on Tables 21 to 30

1. What is the value of 25 times 7?
2. Find: 23 x 5 + 100 = ?
3. Is 24 x 5 and 5 x 24 equal?
4. What should be multiplied by 9 to get 216?

## Frequently Asked Questions on Tables 21 to 30

Q1

### What are tables of 21 to 30?

Tables of 21 to 30 will include the multiplication tables of numbers from 21 to 30 when they are multiplied by a sequence of the natural numbers to get the required multiples.
Q2

### What are 22 times 8?

The value of 22 times 8 is 96.
Q3

### If 25 is multiplied by 11, then what value do we get?

25 multiplied by 11 is equal to 275.
Q4

### What are 30 times 6?

30 times 6 is equal to 180.

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