# Table of 17  Table of multiplication 17 can make learners better in maths. 17’s table can be an important tool for solving long-term multiplication and division. Memorizing table 17 makes it much easier for students to explore complex mathematical problems in their heads.

### Seventeen tables can be read as follows:

One (1) seventeen (17) time is 17

Two (2) seventeen (17) times is 34

Three (3) times seventeen (17) is 51

Fourteen (4) 17 times is 68

Five (5) times seventeen (17) is 85

Six (6) times seventeen (17) is 102

Seven (7) times seventeen (17) are 119

Eight (8) times seventeen (17) are 136

Nine (9) times seventeen (17) are 153

Ten (10) times seventeen (17) is 170

### 17th multiplication table

Reading the 17th multiplication table is easy. Let’s learn to easily and quickly write a table of 17.

Step 1. In the table provided below, type 0 in the fourth column; write the numbers 1, 2, 3 in the third column; write 4, 5, 6 in the second column, then write the numbers 7, 8, 9 in the first column.

7

4

1

8

5

2

0

9

6

3

Step 2. Now write 3 odd numbers in the first row in the 10th place i.e., 1, 3, 5; write the first 3 equal numbers in the second row in the 10th place, i.e., 6, 8, 10; write the next three unknown numbers in the third row in the tenth place, that is, 11, 13, 15. Write the next odd number, 17 in the fourth column in the tenth place.

(odd number) 17(odd number) 34(odd number) 51
(even number) 68(even number) 85(even number) 102(odd number) 170
(odd number) 119(odd number) 136(odd number) 153

Now, go through the table of 17 that we have just produced, and use it to complete multiplication and division quickly.

### Memorized Tips Table of 17

Learners can memorize a table of 17, once they know table 16.

For each of the 16 multiples, we need to add consecutive natural numbers, to get 17 consecutive multiples.

Example: 17×1 = 16 + 1 = 17; 17×2 = 32 + 2 = 34; 17×3 = 48 + 3 = 51 etc….

Example 1: What is 17 times 3 plus 120 equals?

Solution: 17 times 3 +120

= 17 x3 + 120

=51+ 120

= 171

Example 2: John brings 10 pens for Rs.17 each. How much does he pay?

Solution: Cost per cent = Rs.17

Cost of 5 pens = 17 x10 = Rs. 170

Example 3: Find 17 x 4- 17 x 3 =?

Solution: 17 x 4- 17 x 3

In Table 17, we can list the given speech as:

= 68- 51

= 17

Other:

17 x 4 – 17 x 3

Take the usual 17;

= 17 x (4 – 3) [Spreadsheet]

= 17 x 1

= 17

Example 4: Using Table of 17, find 17 times to get 238.

From table 17, 17×10=170; 17+4=68

17 x 14 = 238

Thus, 17 times 14 results 238.