9 Times Table
9 times table shows all the results of adding 9 repetitively because adding, again and again, results in multiplication. Memorizing the table of 9 is necessary because, without this primary knowledge, the following stages of mathematics would be much more challenging to understand and process. 9 times table reveals a fun fact about it i.e if you increase the tens digit and decrease the first digit at every step you get the next multiple of 9. The number 9 is the largest singledigit composite number and a perfect square number. It is very important for students to learn the table of 9 for quick calculations.
9 Times Table Chart:
Multiplication Table of 9
A 9 multiplication table is generated by multiplying the number 9 with all the natural numbers. Some other advantages to learning table 9 are:
 It helps in recognizing the patterns of multiples.
 It helps in solving problems based on LCM, HCF, and multiplication and division.
 It makes mathematical problem solving faster.
Let's now go through the 9 times table that is given below.
9 Times Table
9 Times Table up to 10  
9 × 1 = 9  9 × 6 = 54 
9 × 2 = 18  9 × 7 = 63 
9 × 3 = 27  9 × 8 = 72 
9× 4 = 36  9 × 9 = 81 
9 × 5 = 45  9× 10 = 90 
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ā 9 Times Table Chart
Tips for 9 Times Table
Another way to learn the table of 9 up to 10 is:
As you can notice in the above image, the digits which are at one's place reduce by 1 when going from top to bottom. Simultaneously, the digits in the ten's place are just increasing by 1 from top to bottom.
Table of 9 up to 20
Here is a 9 times table up to 20 shown below:
9 × 11 = 99  9 × 16 = 144 
9 × 12 = 108  9 × 17 = 153 
9 × 13 = 117  9 × 18 = 162 
9 × 14 = 126  9 × 19 = 171 
9× 15 = 135  9 × 20 = 180 
9 Times Table Examples

Example 1: Using the table of 9, evaluate 9 times 4 minus 2.
Solution:
First, we will write 9 times 4 minus 2 mathematically.
Using 9 times table, we have: 9 times 4 minus 2 = 9 × 4  2 = 36  2 = 34
Hence, 9 times 4 minus 2 is 34.

Example 2: Mia buys 9 packets of 16 pencils each. Using 9 times table find how many pencils has she bought in total?
Solution:
Let us express this mathematically using the table of 9.
i.e. 9 packs of 16 pencils = 9 × 16 = 144
Hence, Mia has bought 144 pencils in total.

Example 3: Using the table of 9, check whether 9 times 5 minus 10 is 20.
Solution:
First, we will write 9 times 5 minus 10 mathematically.
Using 9 times table, we have: 9 times 5 minus 10 = 9 × 5  10 = 45  10 = 35
Hence, 9 times 5 minus 10 is not 20.
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