table of 14

Table of 14
Table of 14

How to read:

One (1) fourteen (14) are 14

Two(2) fourteen(14) are 28.

Three (3) fourteen (14) are 42.

Four (4) fourteen (14) are 56

Five (5) fourteen (14) are 70.

Six (6) fourteen (14) are 84.

Seven (7) fourteen (14) are 98.

Eight (8) fourteen (14) are 112. 

Nine (9) fourteen (14) are 126.

Ten (10) fourteen (14) are 140.

Eleven (11) fourteen (14) are 154

Twelve (12) fourteen (14) are 168.

What is Table of 14?

It Is a multiplication table obtained by multiplying 14 with natural numbers

Reading Tips and Tricks for Table of 14

Add 14 to the previous response: We know that repetitions are a quick way to learn. It is easy to add repeatedly with small numbers, but in large numbers, it can take a long time. For example, imagine being asked 14 times 6 times in one test. If you try to add the number 14 to six times, it will take a long time. That is why we need a shortcut to quickly calculate the answer. Instead of adding the number 14 over and over again, you can add 14 as in the previous answer. Here is an example that will help you understand.

Example 1: 14 X 2 Let us know what is.

First, what comes before 14 X 2?

This 14 X 1 = 14. 

Now for the 14 X 2 answer, add 14 to the previous answer.

Therefore, 14 + 14 = 28.

So, 14 x 2 = 28.

Basic pattern in Table 14: As with other timetables, the 14-repeat approach is minimal. Learn to use it and you will learn it quickly and easily. Let’s look at the sample. See below.

14 x 1 = 1— 4

14 X 2 = 2 —8

14 x 3 = 4—2

14 X 4 = 5— 6

14 X 5 = 7— 0

14 X 6 = 8 —4

14 X 7 = 9–8

14 x 8 = 11— 2

14 X 9 = 12 —6

14 x 10 = 14— 0

See the numbers in the product column. They are in series 4, 8, 2, 6 and 0. These numbers are 2 times. Now look at the second part of the table of 14, the sequence of numbers repeats. By memorizing the sequence of these numbers, children will be able to read Table of 14 faster.

Worksheet on Table of 14:

Example 1:

Today is Cherie’s birthday so she decided to give each of her friends four chocolates. If she had 14 friends at school, use Table 14 to calculate how many chocolates she would have to distribute?

Solution:

How many chocolate cherries does he want to give to all his friends = 4

Number of friends involved = 14

To find the total number of chocolates, find the fourth multiple of the number 14.

Total chocolate total = 14 x 4 = 56

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