# Table of 8  Table of 8 shows the result of multiplying 8 by other Natural numbers. Memorizing 8 Times Tables develops memory skills, a transferable skill that will help students at all stages of their learning and life.

Students who understand Table 8 tend to be more confident in their math skills. The interesting thing about number 8 is that when you tilt it, it becomes a symbol of infinity (∞).

In this lesson, you will learn an 8-hour table, namely 8 multiplication table, up to 10 times Natural numbers and some memorization techniques.

Reading a multiplication table of 8 helps you to do mental arithmetic. This table comes in handy when solving problems in the real world.

This saves time while making multiplication and division problems longer.

Students will be able to identify a sequence of repeated repetitions with 8 consecutive repetitions.

## Tips to learn and understand  Table of 8

1. Table of 8 doesn’t follows any set of rules to remember, but there is a pattern for all eight multiples of eight. See here 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 72, 80.

2. The last digit of these multipliers follows a pattern, which means that learners can memorize the digits to help them in the table of 8.

3. Here is one of the easiest strategies to know about table of 8. The number 8 is three times 2, which means that 8 is the result of three times two. 2 x 2 x 2 = 8.

So to read table 8, Here is an example that can help you in understanding.

Example 1: Let’s find the answer in 8 x 2.

8 can also be written 2 x 2 x 2. So the number is 2 x 2 x 2 x 2.

Just this. So, you now have 4 x 4 is 16.

Therefore, 8 x 2 = 16.

4: Table 4 Times To Obtain Product Table 8: Number 2 times 4. So the easiest way to get 8 table products is to double the 4- table products. Let’s look through an example that can help you to understand better.

Example 1:  Let’s find the answer in 8 x 5.

First, find the answer in 4 x 5. 4 x 5 = 20.

Now, double answer. Thus, 20 + 20 = 40.

Therefore, 8 x 5 = 40.

Thus, When 2 is multiplied by 24, we get 48.

### Practice question:

Example: John plans to participate in an 8-hour 5-day dance session. Unfortunately, he was unable to attend the session for 4 hours on one day. Using Table of 8, find the total number of hours spent in the session.

Solution:

First, we will calculate it by numbers i.e. (5 × 8 days) hours – 4 hours

Now, using an 8-fold table, we have: 5 × 8 – 4 = 40 – 4 is 36

That’s why Jim participated in a total of 36 hours of dance time.

8: Multiplication Table Fill in the blanks with the correct numbers to complete the calculation:

• 8 x 12 = ___
• 4 x ___ = 28
• _____ ___ = 16
• 8 x 4= ___