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23 Times Table
Before learning the table of 23, let us know some interesting facts about the number 23. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes. 23 is the lowest prime number that consists of consecutive digits. Learning 23 times table can help us solve problems that involve multiplication, division, and LCM of 23 with other numbers. Let us learn the 23 times table in this lesson.
23 Times Table Chart
1.  Multiplication Table of 23 
2.  Tips for 23 Times Table 
3.  FAQs on 23 Times Table 
Multiplication Table of 23
The multiplication table of 23 is necessary while solving long multiplication and division problems that involve multiples of 23. The basic things to observe in the table of 23 are as follows:
 The multiplication table of 23 helps in understanding the patterns of multiples because it is a repeated addition of 23.
 It helps in solving reallife problems with speed and accuracy.
 The times tables of 23 help solve problems based on many topics like Least Common Multiple (LCM), Highest Common Factor (HCF), and many algebraic problems.
23 Times Table
Let us now go through the 23 times table that is given below. Learning these multiplication tables helps in solving math problems quickly.
23 Times Table up to 10 


23 × 1 = 23  23 × 6 = 138 
23 × 2 = 46  23 × 7 = 161 
23 × 3 = 69  23 × 8 = 184 
23 × 4 = 92  23 × 9 = 207 
23 × 5 = 115  23 × 10 = 230 
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Tips for 23 Times Table
Another simpler way of learning the 23 times table by writing is shown below.
23 Table Trick
 Blue Digits: Write the first 3 even digits, skip the fourth even number, then the next 3 odd numbers skip the fourth odd number and so on until you reach 23.
 Yellow Digits: Draw a grid of 3 × 3 and write digits from 1 to 9 as shown in the image.
23 Times Table from 11 to 20
23 × 11 = 253  23 × 16 = 368 
23 × 12 = 276  23 × 17 = 391 
23 × 13 = 299  23 × 18 = 414 
23 × 14 = 322  23 × 19 = 437 
23 × 15 = 345  23 × 20 = 460 
Table of 23 Examples

Example 1: Using the table of 23, evaluate 23 times 4.
Solution:
According to the table of 23,
23 times 4 = 23 × 4 = 92
Therefore, 23 times 4 = 92

Example 2: Using the table of 23, find the value of 23 times 20.
Solution:
According to the 23 times table, 23 times 20 = 23 × 20 = 460
Therefore, 23 times 20 = 460

Example 3: Evaluate using the 23 times table: 23 times 10
Solution:
According to the 23 times table, 23 times 10 = 23 × 10 = 230
Therefore, 23 times 10 = 230
FAQs on 23 Times Table
What is the 23 Times Table?
The 23 times table chart is as follows:
23 × 1 = 23  23 × 6 = 138 
23 × 2 = 46  23 × 7 = 161 
23 × 3 = 69  23 × 8 = 184 
23 × 4 = 92  23 × 9 = 207 
23 × 5 = 115  23 × 10 = 230 
How to Learn the 23 Multiplication Table?
In order to learn the 23 times table, the students need to understand that the 23 times table is a repeated addition of the number 23. As we know that multiplication is a form of repeated addition, so this can be understood with the following concept. We know that 23 × 5 can be written as 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 115. Therefore, 23 × 5 = 115.
How Do You Remember the Table of 23?
For a better understanding of the 23 times table, we can explain the table of 23 as follows:
23 × 1 = 23  23 
23 × 2 = 46  23 + 23 = 46 
23 × 3 = 69  23 + 23 + 23 = 69 
23 × 4 = 92  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 92 
23 × 5 = 115  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 115 
23 × 6 = 138  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 138 
23 × 7 = 161  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 161 
23 × 8 = 184  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 184 
23 × 9 = 207  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 +23 = 207 
23 × 10 = 230  23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 = 230 
What is 23 Times 14?
As we can see in the multiplication table of 23, 23 times 14 = 23 × 14 = 322
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