The Table of 10 is one of the easiest tables to remember. An easy way to read table 10 is to add zero after the number you are multiplying 10 to and you have your answer. So, let’s go over and understand the 10 Time Tables in more detail in this small tutorial.

Multiplication table of 10

Table of 10 is very important for students while solving math problems. A table of 10 is available below to help students solve multiplication problems quickly.

Tips for Knowing Table of 10

Table 10 is a very simple table to read and remember. Here are some tips to keep in mind:

The ones digit of 10 table will have only one digit, i.e. 0

Write down the numbers from 1 to 10 (depending on the number of multiples we need) and put a 0 next to each number to get a table of 10.

Example 1: Using the 10 Table, you can edit 10 sets of 103 pens in 10 sets. How many pens will be left over?

Solution: Let’s write table 10 to 103. That is 10– 20–30–40– 50–60–70–80–90–100–110. Number 103 does not appear in the 10 multiplication table. We see that 100 is a lot closer. So, we can order 103 pens in 10 sets. If we do this, 3 pens will be left.

Example 2: Using a table of 10, find the number 5 + 10 times 6 by 2.

Solution: First, we’re going to write 5 plus 10 times 6 over 2 mathematically.

Using a 10 table, we have: 5 and 10 times 6 times 2

= 5 + 10 × 6/2 = 5 + 10 × 3 = 5 + 30 = 35

So, 5 plus 10 times 6 over 2 is 35.

Example 3: Using a table of 10, find 2 minus 10 times 8 plus 5.

Solution: First, we will write 2 minus 10 times 8 plus 5 mathematically Using table 10, we have: 2 minus 10 times 8 plus 5 = 2 – 10 × 8 + 5 = 2 – 80 + 5 = -73 So, 2 minus 10 times 8 plus 5 is 73.

Example 4: Using table of 10, find the number 10 times 3 times minus 8 times 4?

Solution: First, we will write 10 times 3 subtract 8 times 4 figures. From table 10, serious: 10 times 3 subtract 8 times 4 = 10 × 3 – 8 × 4 = 30 – 32 = -2 So 10 times 3 subtract 8 times 4 is -2.

Hope you had a happy learning!