# Table of 16

multiplication Table
Table of 16 results in the number ‘16’ being multiplied by a set of whole numbers. Here is a table of 16 students up to 20 times that can help them with repetitive problems.

Repeating 16 times alone makes the 16th table. Let us see how;

16 + 16 = 32

16 + 16 + 16 = 48

16+16+16+16 = 64

And so on.

### Memorization Tips Table of 16 in Math

Students may find reading 16 tables a little challenging. So, here are some tips and tricks for students to read Table 16 so that they can memorize it easily.

A continuous study of tables during early education helps students solve long-standing problems in their academic as well as daily life using multiplication and division. The 16 Times Table helps you visualize repetitive patterns and apply them to real-world situations.

The pattern of table of 16 is that the digits in the unit area are followed by 6, 2, 8, 4, 0 and then repeated. All 16 multiples are even numbers

16 times any equal number will have the same digit in the unit area as an equal number (16 x 2 = 32, 16 x 4 = 64, etc.).

You can skip alternate reading in table of 8 to find numbers to get 16 multiplication tables, eg: 8 x 2 is 16,

8 x 4 is 32,
8 x 6 is 48,
8 x 8 is 64, 8 x 10 is 80 and so on.
As we can see, this gives the table of in sequence: 16, 32, 48, 64, 80

### Worksheet on Table 16:

Example 1: What is the number 16 times 8 plus 16 times 10?

Solution:

From the 16th table, we have;
16 times 8 that is 16 x 8 = 128
16 times 10 that is 16 x 10 = 160
Total = 128 + 160 = 288

Example 2: Solve the Equation: 16 x 11 – 100.

Solution:

From the table of 16, we have;
16 x 11 = 176
Therefore, the important difference is:
176 – 100 = 76

Example 3: Radha brought 5 packets of coffee. The cost of each packet is Rs 16. How much does the package cost?

Solution:

Given,
Number of packets of coffee 5
Pack of one toffee pack costs = Rs.16
Total cost of 5 packets amounts to Rs.16 x 5 = Rs.80

Example: 4 Miley’s mother made 4 pizzas. Miley divides each into 4 quadrants. You got 5 pieces of olives on each quadrant. Using 16 Times Table, find out how many pieces of olives are placed on top of 4 pizzas?

Solution:

4 pizza bars 4 quadrant bars 5 olives which means 16 quadrant bars 5 olive.
Let’s figure this out in terms of 16 × 5 = 80
So, there are 80 pieces of olive on top of the pizza.