24 Times Table
Table of 24 is closely associated and used while estimating working hours. 24 is a very common number that we use: as 24 carats of gold, 24 hours of a day, 24 major and minor keys in Western tonal music, etc. Hence learning the 24 times table is very useful in daily life. Also, it is the smallest number having exactly 8 divisors.
So, let's start this minilesson about 24 times table, that is, multiplication of 24 with numbers from 1 to 20.
24 Times Table Chart:
Table of 24
Multiplication table of 24 can help students to solve problems involving multiplication, division, LCM, and HCF of numbers involving multiples of 24. So, let's learn the 24 times table and start quick calculations.
24 Times Table
24 Times Table up to 10 

24 × 1 = 24  24 × 6 = 144 
24 × 2 = 48  24 × 7 = 168 
24 × 3 = 72  24 × 8 = 192 
24 × 4 = 96  24 × 9 = 216 
24 × 5 = 120  24 × 10 = 240 
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Tips for 24 Times Table
 The last digit of these multiples always follow the pattern 4, 8, 2, 6, and 0, which means that students can remember these digits.
 Another way to memorize the first ten multiples of twentyfour:
Table of 24 up to 20
24 × 11 = 264  24 × 16 = 384 
24 × 12 = 288  24 × 17 = 408 
24 × 13 = 312  24 × 18 = 432 
24 × 14 = 336  24 × 19 = 456 
24 × 15 = 360  24 × 20 = 480 
Worksheet on Multiplication Table of 24

Example 1: It took Andrea 24 hours to create a painting. Can you help Andrea find the time for making seven such paintings using 24 times table?
Solution:
Time taken by Andrea to create one painting = 24 hours
Therefore, the time taken by Andrea to create seven paintings = 24 x 7 hours = 168 hours

Example 2: Using the table of 24, find 6 plus 24 times 8 minus 3
Solution:
Using the multiplication table of 24, first, we will write 6 plus 24 times 8 minus 3 mathematically.
6 plus 24 times 8 minus 3 = 6 + 24 × 8  3 = 6 + 192  3 = 195
Hence, 6 plus 24 times 8 minus 3 is 195.

Example 3: If a pendulum of a clock tower oscillates 24 times a day, then, using a 24 times table, calculate how many times would it oscillate in 2 weeks?
Solution:
2 weeks = 14 days
Number of oscillations in 1 day = 24
Therefore, using table of 24, number of oscillations in 14 days = 24 x 14 = 336
Hence, the pendulum will oscillate 336 times in 2 weeks.

Example 4: Using the table of 24, find the value of 24 Times 2 Minus 24 Times 6?
Solution:
Using 24 times table, we will write 24 times 2 minus 24 times 6 mathematically.
24 times 2 minus 24 times 6 = 24 × 2  24 × 6 = 48 144 = 96
Hence, 24 times 2 minus 24 times 6 is 96.
Multiplication Tables
You can look at multiplication tables of different numbers below:
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