Table of 13 is the second table that students learn after the table of 12 and foundation tables from 2 to 10. The table of 10 and 11 are very easy for the students and difficulty starts from the table of 12. If students make a mind map then it becomes so easy.

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## Table of 13 learning in Maths

A table of 12 to 20 one can learn in an easy way for their mathematical calculations. No doubt calculator makes the problem easy but the fast calculations, students should remember the table. I have listed multiplication of 13 tables not only for the 13 table purpose but for the learning point of view. At the end of a quiz, you can check and verify your maths table learning.

13 | × | 1 | = | 13 |

13 | × | 2 | = | 26 |

13 | × | 3 | = | 39 |

13 | × | 4 | = | 52 |

13 | × | 5 | = | 65 |

13 | × | 6 | = | 78 |

13 | × | 7 | = | 91 |

13 | × | 8 | = | 104 |

13 | × | 9 | = | 117 |

13 | × | 10 | = | 130 |

In the first row 13 x1 = 13 means thirteen is one. The second time 13 x 2 = 26 means an addition of 13 two times becomes 26. Then for the third row 13 x 3 = 39, if you will add 13+13+13= 39 it will be thirty-nine. The 4th row, 13 x 4 = 52 it means if you will add 13 four times it will be 52.

Similarly, you can understand others. So multiplication of a fixed number with another number indicates the sum of the first number up to the number of the second ones. You can say that the second number is the frequency of addition of the first number.

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### QUIZ:

After this table and results of multiplication attempt this quiz and check your learning.

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