7 Times Table
A 7 times table is often visible in the real world as the number 7 is often used. The number of colors in a rainbow, the number of days in a week, the number of continents in the world, all account to 7. Studying the table of 7 will provide a child with a firm foundation in mathematics that will assist them through every stage of their schooling and life. 7 times table is therefore highly important to learn for the overall development of a student.
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Multiplication Table of 7
Knowing the Multiplication Table of 7 is an essential skill for multiplication and division.
 It helps to perform with the speed and accuracy required in solving mathematical problems.
 Times tables help in solving problems based on LCM, HCF, and some algebraic problems,
 Multiplication Table of 7 helps in understanding the patterns of multiples as it is repeated addition of 7.
Go through the 7 times table that is given below for faster math calculations.
7 Times Table
7 Times Table up to 10  
7 × 1 = 7  7 × 6 = 42 
7 × 2 = 14  7 × 7 = 49 
7 × 3 = 21  7 × 8 = 56 
7 × 4 = 28  7 × 9 = 63 
7 × 5 = 35  7 × 10 = 70 
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 The number 7 has infinite multiples as it can be multiplied with any whole number, and we have infinite whole numbers.
 The number 7 is a prime number so in the 7 times table it does not repeat itself until 7 × 10.
 We can obtain the 7 times table by doing the skip counting by 7.
Table of 7 up to 20
7 × 11 = 77  7 × 16 = 112 
7 × 12 = 84  7 × 17 = 119 
7 × 13 = 91  7 × 18 = 126 
7 × 14 = 98  7 × 19 = 133 
7 × 15 = 105  7 × 20 = 140 
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Example 1: Using the table of 7, find the value of 7 times 4 plus 2.
Solution:
First, we will write 7 times 4 plus 2 mathematically.
Using 7 times table, we have: 7 times 4 plus 2 = 7 × 4 + 2 = 28 + 2 = 30
Hence, 7 times 4 plus 2 is 30.

Example 2: Using the 7 times table, check whether 7 times 5 minus 10 is 20.
Solution:
First, we will write 7 times 5 minus 10 mathematically.
Using 7 times table, we have: 7 times 5 minus 10 = 7 × 5  10 = 35  10 = 25
Hence, 7 times 5 minus 10 is not 20.

Example 3: Audrey works 2 days a week. Using the table of 7, can you determine how many days does she work in 7 weeks?
Solution:
First, we will write it mathematically i.e. in 7 weeks she works 2 times 7.
Now, from 7 times table, 2 × 7 = 14 days
Hence, Audrey works 14 days in 7 weeks.
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