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# 7 Times Multiplication Table

The multiplication table that includes multiples of 7 is known as the “7 times multiplication table”. Whenever seven is multiplied by a whole number, the table of 7 shows the addition of 7 to itself repeatedly.

Because 7 is a prime number, learning the seven times table is quite challenging. This indicates that it can only be divided by either 1 or itself. Therefore, unlike other times tables, the table of seven cannot be learned by following a clear pattern. To make learning the seven multiplication tables simpler, we have a few hints and techniques up our sleeves.

Like with the other multiplication tables, active memorization is the quickest technique to master the table of seven. A child who studies the 7 times table will have a solid mathematical foundation which will help him in topics like division, LCM, GCF, and various algebraic problems.

7 Times Table
7 × 1 = 7
7 × 2 = 14
7 × 3 = 21
7 × 4 = 28
7 × 5 = 35
7 × 6 = 42
7 × 7 = 49
7 × 8 = 56
7 × 9 = 63
7 × 10 = 70
7 × 11 = 77
7 × 12 = 84

## When are the seven times tables taught to students?

Multiplication tables are taught to learners aged 6 to 8 years old or 2nd or 3rd grades (USA).

Active memorization is the quickest method to master the 7 times multiplication table, just like the other multiplication tables. A child who learns the 7 times multiplication table will have a solid mathematical foundation to help him explore LCM, GCF, division, and algebraic concepts.

Learners must be familiar with the lower times tables, the concept of multiplication, and adding 7 to any number before beginning to master the multiplication table for seven.

## 7 Times Multiplication Table in Words

The following is how we read the 7 times multiplication table:

## Tips to Master 7 Times Multiplication Table

The seven times multiplication table is one of the most difficult, but you can succeed with some effort and perseverance. Here are a few tips to make learning the 7 times multiplication table simple and quick.

( a ) Learn the seven times table in reverse order.

It is anticipated that a student will have mastered the lower multiplication tables before learning the 7 times multiplication table. Use the reverse tables once you have got the lower ones. This is because multiplication is commutative, which means that the order of the numbers does not influence the result.

Let us say, for example, 3 multiplied by 7 is 21, then 7 multiplied by 3 is also 21. Hence, we have,

( b ) When multiplying by 7, the number 7 is continuously added.

Say, for instance, that the number 7 is added three times when we say 7 times 3 (7 × 3).

Therefore, for additional examples using the seven times table,

( c ) Use simple tricks.

The following are simple tricks to remember the 7 times multiplication table.

• Begin memorization with 1 7, 10 7, and 11 7, as these are the simplest.
• We can easily remember that 7 × 8 = 56 because this contains the numbers 5, 6, 7, and 8.
• 7 × 7 can be recalled by starting with 6 × 7 = 42 and then adding 7 more.