## We can write it using addition or multiplication. The results found in Table are the Multiples of 13. Let us look at how we can learn and write till the 10 times of it, i.e. the first 10 times.

# How can we write the table of 13?

## We can write it by multiplying 13 by 1, 2, 3, etc. The resulting numbers in Table are Multiples of 13.

# How do you read it?

##### We can read It by:

One time thirteen is 13,

two times thirteen is 26,

three times thirteen is 39,

four thirteen is 52,

five thirteen is 65,

sixteen thirteen is 78,

seven thirteen is 91,

eighteen thirteen is 104,

nineteen thirteen is 117,

ten times thirteen is 130, and so on.

##### Table Writing Tip;

1. Spot Pattern till Tenth Column: Like other time tables, the table of 13 has a good pattern. See table below.

If you look at the numbers in the tens column you will see a pattern. The numbers are 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 13. You will notice that every third number in the sequence increases by 1 in a row. By memorizing this sequence children can learn 13 multiplication tables.

2. Adding 13 to a previous product: The easiest way to read Table of 13 is to add a number to a previous product. If you are stuck or confused with the table, this method will help you to get 13 repetitions. Here are some illustrations that will help you get it.

##### Worksheet On Table of 13:

Example 1: We find a product of 13 x 2.

We know that 13 x 1 is 13.

Now add 13 to the previous product. So 13 + 13 = 26.

So, 13 x 2 = 26.

## 3. Writing table by skipping : skipping or jumping is the process of

counting to any number other than 1.

So ask your child to play hide and seek, but instead of counting in the usual order, skip counting for 13 numbers. For example, if your child skips counting, he/she will say 13, 26, 39, 52, 65, … etc.

When does 13 come in table of 13?

Multiplying 1 by 13 gives 13, which is 13 × 1 = 13.

How many times in 13 is 169?

13 times 13 is equal to 169, which means 13 × 13 = 169.

104 fits in the table of 13?

Yes, 104 comes with 13 times the table. As we know, 13 times 8 is 104, which means 13 × 8 = 104.