# What is the 6 times table?

6 x 1 = | 6 |
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6 x 6 = | 36 |

6 x 7 = | 42 |

6 x 8 = | 48 |

6 x 9 = | 54 |

Simply so, what are the 7 times tables?

**7 times table**

- x 7 = 7.
- x 7 = 14.
- x 7 = 21.
- x 7 = 28.
- x 7 = 35.
- x 7 = 42.
- x 7 = 49.
- x 7 = 56.

Likewise, what is the 5 times table? The **5 times table** is a **table** that reminds you of the 10 **times table**. Halve the answer in the 10 **times table** and to get the answer to the **5 times table**. You can practise the **5 times table** in sequence and once you have got the hang of that you can make it a bit harder by practising the sums up in random order.

Also know, iS 240 in the 6 times table?

This **table** is more helpful for students and children to learn **multiplication table** of Two hundred and forty.

**240 Times Table**.

Multiplication Table : 240 | |
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5 x 240 | 1200 |

6 x 240 | 1440 |

7 x 240 | 1680 |

8 x 240 | 1920 |

Is there a trick for 6 times tables?

Not easy for every kid, but maybe **it**'ll work for yours. Probably, **it's** easier to use this **trick** : **6 times** something is 5 **times** somthing, plus another something. So to work out **6** x 7, I'd remember 5 x 7 is 35, then add another 7 to get 42. Or to find **6** x 12, I'd remember 5 x 12 is 60, then add another 12 to get 72.