Maths Multiplication Tables 1 to 10 | 1 Se Lekar 10 Tak Table

Tables 1 to 10 are the multiplication tables for the numbers from 1 to 10. These tables show the multiples of numbers from 1 to 10. The tables are very beneficial for students, especially for primary and secondary classes.

Learning tables from 1 to 10 will help students to solve multiplication problems in a quick way. Thus, it is very important for students to memorise the tables from 1 to 10.

Maths Tables 1 to 10

Below is the list of multiplication tables from 1 to 10.

Table of 1Table of 2Table of 3Table of 4Table of 5
1 ×‌ 1 = 12 ×‌ 1 = 23 × ‌1 = 34 × ‌1 = 45 × ‌1 = 5
1 ×‌ 2 = 22 ×‌ 2 = 43 × ‌2 = 64 × ‌2 = 85 × ‌2 = 10
1 × ‌3 = 32 × ‌3 = 63 × ‌3 = 94 × ‌3 = 125 × ‌3 = 15
1 × ‌4 = 42 × ‌4 = 83 × ‌4 = 124 × ‌4 = 165 × ‌4 = 20
1 × ‌5 = 52 × ‌5 = 103 × ‌5 = 154 × ‌5 = 205 × ‌5 = 25
1 × ‌6 = 62 × ‌6 = 123 × ‌6 = 184 × ‌6 = 245 × ‌6 = 30
1 × ‌7 = 72 × ‌7 = 143 × ‌7 = 214 × ‌7 = 285 × ‌7 = 35
1 × ‌8 = 82 × ‌8 = 163 × ‌8 = 244 × ‌8 = 325 × 8 = 40
1 × ‌9 = 92 × ‌9 = 183 × ‌9 = 274 × ‌9 = 365 × 9 = 45
1 × ‌10 = 102 × ‌10 = 203 × ‌10 = 304 × ‌10 = 405 × 10 = 50
Table of 6Table of 7Table of 8Table of 9Table of 10
6 × 1 = 67 × 1 = 78 × 1 = 89 × 1 = 910 × 1 = 10
6 × 2 = 127 × 2 = 148 × 2 = 169 × 2 = 1810 × 2 = 20
6 × 3 = 187 × 3 = 218 × 3 = 249 × 3 = 2710 × 3 = 30
6 × 4 = 247 × 4 = 288 × 4 = 329 × 4 = 3610 × 4 = 40
6 × 5 = 307 × 5 = 358 × 5 = 409 × 5 = 4510 × 5 = 50
6 × 6 = 367 × 6 = 428 × 6 = 489 × 6 = 5410 × 6 = 60
6 × 7 = 427 × 7 = 498 × 7 = 569 × 7 = 6310 × 7 = 70
6 × 8 = 487 × 8 = 568 × 8 = 649 × 8 = 7210 × 8 = 80
6 × 9 = 547 × 9 = 638 × 9 = 729 × 9 = 8110 × 9 = 90
6 × 10 = 607 × 10 = 708 × 10 = 809 × 10 = 9010 × 10 = 100

how to learn tables easily 1 to 10 ?

Let us see some tips to memorize these Maths tables.
1. In the case of a 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 memorize 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.

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