**Table of 18: **Students in their secondary classes face problems remembering the table of 18 and try to run away from learning 18 tables. Below we have tabulated the Table of 18 to make it easy for the students to learn and memorise it in a better way. For solving tricky and lengthy maths problems, memorising a table of 18 on the fingertips is essential to save time and bring accuracy. As students think of 18 tables as the complicated and tough one among all tables from 2 to 20, we have come up with a trick which will help you to learn it quickly and if learned once you will never forget Table of 18 in your entire life.

Learn 18 table from the below-tabulated data and make your mathematical section strong and interesting. Recite it several times and on the next turn, you will be memorising it at your fingertips.

18 Table | ||

18 x 1 | = | 18 |

18 x 2 | = | 36 |

18 x 3 | = | 54 |

18 x 4 | = | 72 |

18 x 5 | = | 90 |

18 x 6 | = | 108 |

18 x 7 | = | 126 |

18 x 8 | = | 144 |

18 x 9 | = | 162 |

18 x 10 | = | 180 |

As many of you might be facing difficulty in writing and remembering the 18 table, then here we have come up with a shortcut for you to make it an easy move to learn the 18 table with the help of the table of 8. Follow the below steps and have a look at the tabular form to better understand the trick of learning the 18 table.

- Write table of 8 in the first column ( 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 72, 80,....)
- Add number numbers at the ten’s digit to the multiplier of 8. (1+0)8, (2+1)6, (3+2)4, (4+3)2, (5+4)0, (6+4)8, (7+5)6, (8+6)4, (9+7)2, (10+8)0
- Then you will get 18 table, isn’t it that easy to remember.
- The digit at one's place is fixed in the sequence of 8, 6, 4, 2, and 0.

Shortcut to learn 18 Table | |||

Multiplier | Table of 8 | Shortcut | Table of 18 |

1 | 8 | (1+0) 8 | 18 |

2 | 16 | (2+1) 6 | 36 |

3 | 24 | (3+2) 4 | 54 |

4 | 32 | (4+3) 2 | 72 |

5 | 40 | (5+4) 0 | 90 |

6 | 48 | (6+4) 8 | 108 |

7 | 56 | (7+5) 6 | 126 |

8 | 64 | (8+6) 4 | 144 |

9 | 72 | (9+7) 2 | 162 |

10 | 80 | (10+8) 0 | 180 |

11 | 88 | (11+8) 8 | 198 |

12 | 96 | (12+9) 6 | 216 |

13 | 104 | (13+10) 4 | 234 |

14 | 112 | (14+11) 2 | 252 |

15 | 120 | (15+12) 0 | 270 |

16 | 128 | (16+12) 8 | 288 |

17 | 136 | (17+13) 6 | 306 |

18 | 144 | (18+14) 4 | 324 |

19 | 152 | (19+15) 2 | 342 |

20 | 160 | (20+16) 0 | 360 |

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Q. What is the trick for Table of 18?

Ans. The digit at one's place in Table of 18 is fixed in the sequence of 8, 6, 4, 2, and 0.

Q. Find the value of 18 x 9?

Ans. The value of 18 x 9 = 162.