# Table of 20  We finally reached number 20 in the multiplication tables. Reading repetitive tables is an important skill, which will help children in all aspects of life. Now that we have read the multiplication table 1 to 19, it is time to read the table of 20. After 5 and 10 time tables, a multiplication table 20 is easily readable in the 1 – 20 multiplication tables.

Here are some ways to deal with table of 20;

1.And it is one of the easiest tables if you know table 2. Any number that needs to be multiplied by 20 becomes that number in table of 2 with zero in the last digit.

Here the relationship between table of 2 and table of 20. The results are always the same number with zero on the end of number. Like-

2 x 1 is equals to 2 and 20 x 1 is equals to 20
2 x 2 is equals to 4 and 20 x 2 is equals to 40
2 x 3 is equals to 6 and 20 x 3 is equals to 6
2 x 4 is equals to 8 and 20 x 4 is equals to 80, continued.

2. Add 20 To the Past number To Read Multiplication Table Of 20: If you still find it difficult to learn multiplication by 20, try the addition strategy. An easy way to get 20 multiples is to add 20 to the previous answer.

Here are some examples that might help you to understand the conceptHere are some examples that might help you to understand the concept

Example 1: Let’s find out what the 20 X 2 is.

We know 20 X 1 is equals to 20.

To get 20 X 2, add 20 to 20 X 1.

Thus, 20 + 20 is equals to 40.

Therefore, 20 X 2 is equals to 40.

3.Read Table 20 by using Table of 10: Are you still confused? Here is another clean trick that will help you read tables 20 times faster. And if you are sure of 10 time tables, you will find this method very easy.

First, write down the table of ten. Remember, in a 10- table you multiply numbers by 1, then add zero to the end of the digit. 10 is part of 20. So, to get a table of 20, double 10 table.

Example 1: Let’s find out what the 20 X 2 is.

First, find out what 10 X 2. 10 X 2 is equals to 20.

Now, answer twice. 20 + 20 is equals to 40.

Thus, 20 X 2 is equals to 40.

The best way to learn a 20 multiplication table is to practice it regularly. Train your brain to memorize a table of 20. Hang a chart where you can see it regularly, look at the chart and repeat table 20 aloud. Write and practice 20 worksheets 20 times as often as you can to memorize tables.

20 Table Questions: Fill in the Spaces with the Right Number to Complete 20 Multiplication Table Calculations

• 20 x ___ = 40
• ___ x 5 = 100
• _____ _____ = 60
• 20 x 7 = ___
• 20 x 12 = ___
• 15 x ___ = 300
• _____ = 400
• 20 x 4 = ___
• 8 x ___ = 160
• ___ x 10 = 200

Example: Rihaan collects stamps. You have a 15-page album and each page has 20 stamps. How many stamps does John have?

Solution:

Number of pages in John’s album is 15.

Number of stamps per page is 20.

To get the total number of stamps, multiply the number of pages in the album and the number of stamps per page.

Thus, 20 x 15 = 300.

Therefore, John has a total of 300 stamps.