25 Times Table
25 times table is a multiplication table that results in the product of consecutive natural numbers with the number 25. The 25 times table has interesting patterns to visualize, just like the table of 5. In this minilesson, you can find the 25 times table, that is, multiplication of 25 with whole numbers up to 20.
Table of 25 Chart:
Multiplication Table of 25
Learning the multiplication table of 25 is an essential skill for long multiplication and division as:
 Multiplication of 25 is understood as equal groups of 25. For example, assume there are 2 baskets. You have 25 oranges in each. So u visualise 2 equal groups of 25 = 25 + 25 = 50.
 Knowing the tables of 25 makes problemsolving quicker.
 Recognizing the patterns of the multiples of 25 helps to apply them in reallife scenarios.
 Let's now go through the 25 times table that is given below.
25 Times Table
25 Times Table up to 10  
25 × 1 = 25  25 × 6 = 150 
25 × 2 = 50  25 × 7 = 175 
25 × 3 = 75  25 × 8 = 200 
25 × 4 = 100  25 × 9 = 225 
25 × 5 = 125  25 × 10 = 250 
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Tips for 25 Times Table
1. Table of 25 is quite easy to memorize. The digit at the unit's place of the multiples of 25 is always 0 or 5.
2. Do the skip counting by 25 to evaluate the 25 times table.
Table of 25 up to 20
25 × 11 = 275  25 × 16 = 400 
25 × 12 = 300  25 × 17 = 425 
25 × 13 = 325  25 × 18 = 450 
25 × 14 = 350  25 × 19 = 475 
25 × 15 = 375  25 × 20 = 500 
We have obtained the first twenty multiples of 25.
Worksheet on Table of 25

Example 1: Using 25 times table, evaluate 25 times 8 minus 9 plus 7.
Solution:
Let us express 25 times 8 minus 9 plus 7 mathematically.
Using 25 times table, we have 25 x 8 = 200.
25 times 8 minus 9 plus 7 = 25 × 8  9 + 7 = 200  2 = 198
Hence, 25 times 8 minus 9 plus 7 is 198.

Example 2: Jack buys 4 packs of 25 Crayons each. Using the table of 25 find how many crayons has he bought?
Solution:
Using 25 times table 4 packs of 25 crayons will contain = 4 × 25 = 100
Thus Jack has bought 100 crayons.

Example 3: Ron makes 25 cookies per day. Using 25 times table explain how many has he made in the month of march?
Solution:
March has 31 days. Thus, 31 times 25 cookies are made in March i.e. 31 × 25 = 775
Therefore, Ron has made 775 cookies.
Multiplication Tables
You can explore multiplication tables of different numbers below:
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