Table of 14: As the complexity of calculation increases as the student is promoted to 6th Class and learning Table of 14 on fingertips would lead to perfection in your calculative portion of Maths subject. In table 14, if you observe minutely, there is a pattern, the last digit of 5 multiple always repeats (digits are- 4, 8, 2, 6, 0) which makes it easy for the students to learn table of 14. If you can resite 14 table verbally then you can solve maths problems within seconds.

## 14 Table

Learning 14 tables would help you to rid of solving multiplication problems by multiplying each digit which turns to be a time-consuming one. If you memorise 14 table, the process becomes easy, short and interesting. Learning any table is not tough, especially when it comes to Table of14. Below in the section, we have tabulated the 14 Tables up to a multiplier of 20 and shared a shortcut to writing 14 tables quickly.

## Multiplication Table of 14

Go through the below data for Table 14 and learn by your heart to get the calculation done easy:

## Tricks and Shortcuts to Write 14 Table

To memorize the 14 tables, the student must learn the table of 4. The multiples of 4 are 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, and so on.

To obtain the multiples of 14, add natural numbers to the tens digit of the multiples of 4. Hence, the 14 times table is obtained as follows: (1+0)4, (2+0)8, (3+1)2, (4+1)6, (5+2)0, so on.

### Multiplication Tables 2 to 20

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14 Table - FAQ's

The value of 14 X 7 is 98.

No, 14 has more than two factors, i.e. 1, 2, 7, 14, it is not a prime number.

The factors of 14 are 1, 2, 7 and 14.

The square of 14 is 196 (14² = 14 x 14 = 196).

The square root of 14 rounded up to 4 decimal places is 3.7417.