# Table 2to 20 And Methods To Remember Times Tables Easily

Remembering timetables can be useful in many real-life situations, and is a very crucial step in becoming good at mathematics. It may seem like a lot to memorize, but you will be on your way to having it learned in no time by practicing every day and breaking it down into sections.

Tip – You can even use games, videos, books, and songs to make learning times tables fun!

## Table 2to 20

Table of 2

2              x              1              =             2

2              x              2              =             4

2              x              3              =             6

2              x              4              =             8

2              x              5              =             10

2              x              6              =             12

2              x              7              =             14

2              x              8              =             16

2              x              9              =             18

2              x              10           =             20

Table Of 3

3              x              1              =             3

3              x              2              =             6

3              x              3              =             9

3              x              4              =             12

3              x              5              =             15

3              x              6              =             18

3              x              7              =             21

3              x              8              =             24

3              x              9              =             27

3              x              10           =             30

Table of 4

4              x              1              =             4

4              x              2              =             8

4              x              3              =             12

4              x              4              =             16

4              x              5              =             20

4              x              6              =             24

4              x              7              =             28

4              x              8              =             32

4              x              9              =             36

4              x              10           =             40

Table of 5

5              x              1              =             5

5              x              2              =             10

5              x              3              =             15

5              x              4              =             20

5              x              5              =             25

5              x              6              =             30

5              x              7              =             35

5              x              8              =             40

5              x              9              =             45

5              x              10           =             50

Table of 6

6              x              1              =             6

6              x              2              =             12

6              x              3              =             18

6              x              4              =             24

6              x              5              =             30

6              x              6              =             36

6              x              7              =             42

6              x              8              =             48

6              x              9              =             54

6              x              10           =             60

Table of 7

7              x              1              =             7

7              x              2              =             14

7              x              3              =             21

7              x              4              =             28

7              x              5              =             35

7              x              6              =             42

7              x              7              =             49

7              x              8              =             56

7              x              9              =             63

7              x              10           =             70

Table of 8

8              ×             1              =             8

8              ×             2              =             16

8              ×             3              =             24

8              ×             4              =             32

8              ×             5              =             40

8              ×             6              =             48

8              ×             7              =             56

8              ×             8              =             64

8              ×             9              =             72

8              ×             10           =             80

Table of 9

9              X             1              =             9

9              X             2              =             18

9              X             3              =             27

9              X             4              =             36

9              X             5              =             45

9              X             6              =             54

9              X             7              =             63

9              X             8              =             72

9              X             9              =             81

9              X             10           =             90

Table of 10

10           ×             1              =             10

10           ×             2              =             20

10           ×             3              =             30

10           ×             4              =             40

10           ×             5              =             50

10           ×             6              =             60

10           ×             7              =             70

10           ×             8              =             80

10           ×             9              =             90

10           ×             10           =             100

Table of 11

11           x              1              =             11

11           x              2              =             22

11           x              3              =             33

11           x              4              =             44

11           x              5              =             55

11           x              6              =             66

11           x              7              =             77

11           x              8              =             88

11           x              9              =             99

11           x              10           =             110

Table of 12

12           ×             1              =             12

12           ×             2              =             24

12           ×             3              =             36

12           ×             4              =             48

12           ×             5              =             60

12           ×             6              =             72

12           ×             7              =             84

12           ×             8              =             96

12           ×             9              =             108

12           ×             10           =             120

Table of 13

13           ×             1              =             13

13           ×             2              =             26

13           ×             3              =             39

13           ×             4              =             52

13           ×             5              =             65

13           ×             6              =             78

13           ×             7              =             91

13           ×             8              =             104

13           ×             9              =             117

13           ×             10           =             130

Table of 14

14           ×             1              =             14

14           ×             2              =             28

14           ×             3              =             42

14           ×             4              =             56

14           ×             5              =             70

14           ×             6              =             84

14           ×             7              =             98

14           ×             8              =             112

14           ×             9              =             126

14           ×             10           =             140

Table of 15

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

Table of 16

16           ×             1              =             16

16           ×             2              =             32

16           ×             3              =             48

16           ×             4              =             64

16           ×             5              =             80

16           ×             6              =             96

16           ×             7              =             112

16           ×             8              =             128

16           ×             9              =             144

16           ×             10           =             160

Table of 17

17           ×             1              =             17

17           ×             2              =             34

17           ×             3              =             51

17           ×             4              =             68

17           ×             5              =             85

17           ×             6              =             102

17           ×             7              =             119

17           ×             8              =             136

17           ×             9              =             153

17           ×             10           =             170

Table of 18

18           ×             1              =             18

18           ×             2              =             36

18           ×             3              =             54

18           ×             4              =             72

18           ×             5              =             90

18           ×             6              =             108

18           ×             7              =             126

18           ×             8              =             144

18           ×             9              =             162

18           ×             10           =             180

Table of 19

19           x              1              =             19

19           x              2              =             38

19           x              3              =             57

19           x              4              =             76

19           x              5              =             95

19           x              6              =             114

19           x              7              =             133

19           x              8              =             152

19           x              9              =             171

19           x              10           =             190

Table of 20

20           X             1              =             20

20           X             2              =             40

20           X             3              =             60

20           X             4              =             80

20           X             5              =             100

20           X             6              =             120

20           X             7              =             140

20           X             8              =             160

20           X             9              =             180

20           X             10           =             200

## Methods To Remember Times Tables

### Method 1: Learn The 9s Trick

Hold the fingers of your hand out in the front of you and count on them from the left side to the right unless you get to the number you are multiplying by nine (for example, count three fingers if you are multiplying nine times three).

Bend that finger down and then count the fingers that are up on the left – congratulations as that is the very 1st digit of your result.

Count the fingers that are up on the right as that is the 2nddigit of your result.

### Method 2: Solve it using ‘Landmark Numbers’

One can use the multiplication problems you do know to figure out the ones you don’t.

If you do not know how to calculate 5 * 6, but if you do know what is 6 * 6,  then you can easily find the answer to 6 * 6 and then subtract 6 from 6 * 6.

Do This –  Any time the question that you are working on is near to the one that you know the result to, then find the answer you know and then add or subtract to get the right answer.

### Method 3: You can use the fingers of your hand for keeping track whenever you do multiplication.

Try skip-counting and holding up one finger for every number if you wish to double-check your result.

For example, if your problem is6 * 2, you can skip-count by 2s unless you are holding up six fingers.

When you get to your sixth finger you should be on the number twelve, which is the right answer.

### Method 4: Try using a multiplication learning application

Llama Drama,”Understanding Math Times Tables,” and “Montessori Math Multiplication”  Some high-ranked mathematics learning applications that you and your parents can download onto your tablet or smartphone are – ‘Montessori Math Multiplication’,

‘Understanding Math Times Tables’, and ‘Llama Drama’. or tablet. Another fun application that can be easily downloaded for free is ‘Zap Zap Math’.

### Method 5: View videos related to the times tables.

You can ask for the help of an adult and ask them to order a video series such as ‘Times Tables’ or he/she can help you find multiplication songs online.

Learning with sounds, sights, and stories, will provide you with numerous more ways for remembering the times table.

### Method 6: Use songs for helping you remember the times table.

You can either ask your local librarian if they have access to any CDs related to the multiplication songs at the library or you can also easily find fun songs related to multiplication online with the help of your teacher or parent.

For example – Search for ‘NumbeRock mathematics songs’ or ‘Mr. DeMaio time table songs’ on YouTube for some fun educational time.

### Method 7: You can play multiplication games such as ‘Timez Attack’.

Timez Attack is a free PC game designed for helping players memorize their times tables.

The website of Greg Tang also has fun multiplication games like Kakooma.

It is a puzzle that allows you to pick the correct answer out of a pattern. Here’s the link to this fun game, Enjoy!

http://gregtangmath.com/kakooma

### Method 8: You can play ‘Math Card War’ with your friend.

Take out all the (Jokers) cards from a regular deck of playing cards.

Kings is 0 (13 if your advanced), Queens is 12, and Jacks is 11.

Divide the regular deck of playing cards evenly among whoever is playing with you.

Every player draws two cards from the top of their deck in each turn and multiplies the number that is present on their 1st card by the number present on their 2nd card.

The winner of that round or turn is the one whoever’s cards multiply to the highest number, and he/she gets to keep the cards that the other players put down.

The person who ends up with all the cards in the regular deck of playing cards wins.

### Method 9: Read fun stories related to multiplication

There are many stories that are written for helping readers make sense of multiplication, like ‘The Best of Times’ written by Greg Tang.

Learning with fun stories can help you memorize the results to tricky multiplication questions.

### Method 10: Write problems of multiplication on triangular flashcards.

Cut triangles out of thick construction paper and write the two numbers you are multiplying on two of the corners, with the answer on the 3rd corner.

You can quiz yourself by looking at 2 corners and figuring out what is on the 3rd corner that way.

You should only do this once you are comfortable answering multiplication questions backward.

This exercise is also useful for memorizing division.

You can also find multiplication flashcards that are triangular in shape for printing out here: http://donnayoung.org/math/tricard1bl.htm

### Method 11: You need to repeat the process forthe rest of the tables.

Divide the remaining columns up and memorize the fives, sixes, and sevens, then the eights, nines, and tens (and the elevens and twelves if you are memorizing them).

Do not stop practicing columns once you have memorized them!

### Method 12: Reward yourself when you meet your certain goals related to the multiplication times table!

Talk to your parents about something fun you can do if you meet that target, such as going to the movies or going out for ice cream.