Table of 123
Table of 123 can be calculated by repeated addition like 123 + 123 + 123 + 123 = 492 which is equivalent to 123 × 4. On this page, you can find the table of 123 up to 20.
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Table of 123
Table 123 up to 20 is provided below. Learning the 123 tables helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 123 up to 10
123 × 1 = 123  123 × 6 = 738 
123 × 2 = 246  123 × 7 = 861 
123 × 3 = 369  123 × 8 = 984 
123 × 4 = 492  123 × 9 = 1107 
123 × 5 = 615  123 × 10 = 1230 
Table of 123 up to 20
123 × 11 = 1353  123 × 16 = 1968 
123 × 12 = 1476  123 × 17 = 2091 
123 × 13 = 1599  123 × 18 = 2214 
123 × 14 = 1722  123 × 19 = 2337 
123 × 15 = 1845  123 × 20 = 2460 
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Table of 123 up to 10 in Words
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times One is equal to One Hundred And TwentyThree
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Two is equal to Two Hundred And FortySix
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Three is equal to Three Hundred And SixtyNine
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Four is equal to Four Hundred And NinetyTwo
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Five is equal to Six Hundred And Fifteen
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Six is equal to Seven Hundred And ThirtyEight
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Seven is equal to Eight Hundred And SixtyOne
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Eight is equal to Nine Hundred And EightyFour
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Nine is equal to One Thousand, One Hundred And Seven
 One Hundred And TwentyThree times Ten is equal to One Thousand, Two Hundred And Thirty
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Tables of 123 Examples

Example 1: A customer buys 3 melons every day. How many melons will the customer buy in 123 days?
Solution:
The customer buys 3 melons per day. Therefore, using the table of 123, the total number of melons bought by the customer in 123 days is 3 × 123 = 369 melons.

Example 2: Christian makes 19 cupcakes per day. How many cupcakes does he make in 123 days?
Solution:
Christian makes 19 cupcakes per day. Therefore, from the table of 123, the total cupcakes made after 123 days are 19 × 123 = 2337 cupcakes.

Example 3: Jessica earns $19 per hour. How much money will she earn if she works for 123 hours?
Solution:
Jessica makes $19 per hour. Therefore, using the table of 123, the total money made by Jessica after 123 hours is 19 × 123 = $2337.
FAQs on Tables of 123
Find the value of 123 times 8 using the table of 123.
The value of 123 times 8 from the table of 123 is 123 × 8 = 984
Find how many times should we multiply 123 to get 1107.
From the table of 123, we have 123 × 9 = 1107. Therefore, 123 has to be multiplied by 9 times to get 1107.
What is 123 times 9 minus 8 plus 19?
From the table of 123, 123 times 9 is 1107. Therefore, 123 × 9  8 + 19 = 1107  8 + 19 = 1118
Using the table of 123, find the value of 6 plus 123 times 8 minus 123 times 15.
From the table of 123, 123 times 8 = 984 and 123 times 15 = 1845. Therefore, 6 + 123 × 8  123 × 15 = 855.
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