Table of 30
Table of 30 is a multiplication table that results in the product of consecutive natural numbers with the number 30. For example, two times 30 = 30 + 30 = 60, three times 30 = 30 + 30 + 30 = 90, and so on. On this page, you can find the table of 30 up to 20.
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Table of 30
The 30 times table up to 20 is provided below. Learning the 30 table helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 30 up to 10
30 × 1 = 30  30 × 6 = 180 
30 × 2 = 60  30 × 7 = 210 
30 × 3 = 90  30 × 8 = 240 
30 × 4 = 120  30 × 9 = 270 
30 × 5 = 150  30 × 10 = 300 
Table of 30 up to 20
30 × 11 = 330  30 × 16 = 480 
30 × 12 = 360  30 × 17 = 510 
30 × 13 = 390  30 × 18 = 540 
30 × 14 = 420  30 × 19 = 570 
30 × 15 = 450  30 × 20 = 600 
You can print or save this times table chart as a PDF by clicking the link provided below.
Table of 30 up to 10 in Words
 Thirty times One is equal to Thirty
 Thirty times Two is equal to Sixty
 Thirty times Three is equal to Ninety
 Thirty times Four is equal to One Hundred And Twenty
 Thirty times Five is equal to One Hundred And Fifty
 Thirty times Six is equal to One Hundred And Eighty
 Thirty times Seven is equal to Two Hundred And Ten
 Thirty times Eight is equal to Two Hundred And Forty
 Thirty times Nine is equal to Two Hundred And Seventy
 Thirty times Ten is equal to Three Hundred
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Tables of 30 Examples

Example 1: Hannah makes 7 cookies per day. How many cookies does she make in 30 days?
Solution:
Hannah makes 7 cookies per day. Therefore, from the table of 30, the total cookies made after 30 days are 7 × 30 = 210 cookies.

Example 2: Noah earns $19 per hour. How much money will he earn if he works for 30 hours?
Solution:
Noah makes $19 per hour. Therefore, using the table of 30, the total money made by Noah after 30 hours is 19 × 30 = $570.

Example 3: Julia jogs 4 miles per day. Use the table of 30 and find how many miles does she jog in 30 days.
Solution:
Julia jogs 4 miles per day. Therefore, the total miles traveled after 30 days is 4 × 30 = 120 miles.
FAQs on Tables of 30
Find the value of 30 times 17 using the table of 30.
The value of 30 times 17 from the table of 30 is 30 × 17 = 510
Estimate how many times should we multiply 30 to get 360.
From the table of 30, we have 30 × 12 = 360. Therefore, 30 has to be multiplied by 12 times to get 360.
What is 30 times 12 minus 13 plus 17?
From the table of 30, 30 times 12 is 360. Therefore, 30 × 12  13 + 17 = 360  13 + 17 = 364
Using the table of 30, find the value of 12 plus 30 times 16 minus 30 times 4.
From the table of 30, 30 times 16 = 480 and 30 times 4 = 120. Therefore, 12 + 30 × 16  30 × 4 = 372.
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