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Table of 33
Table of 33 shows the values we get when the number 33 is multiplied by other whole numbers. The repeated addition of 33 is the multiplication table of 33. For example, 33 + 33 + 33 = 3 × 33 = 99. On this page, you can find the table of 33 up to 20.
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Table of 33
The 33 times table up to 20 is provided below. Learning the 33 table helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 33 up to 10
33 × 1 = 33  33 × 6 = 198 
33 × 2 = 66  33 × 7 = 231 
33 × 3 = 99  33 × 8 = 264 
33 × 4 = 132  33 × 9 = 297 
33 × 5 = 165  33 × 10 = 330 
Table of 33 up to 20
33 × 11 = 363  33 × 16 = 528 
33 × 12 = 396  33 × 17 = 561 
33 × 13 = 429  33 × 18 = 594 
33 × 14 = 462  33 × 19 = 627 
33 × 15 = 495  33 × 20 = 660 
You can print or save this math table as a PDF by clicking the link provided below.
Table of 33 up to 10 in Words
 ThirtyThree times One is equal to ThirtyThree
 ThirtyThree times Two is equal to SixtySix
 ThirtyThree times Three is equal to NinetyNine
 ThirtyThree times Four is equal to One Hundred And ThirtyTwo
 ThirtyThree times Five is equal to One Hundred And SixtyFive
 ThirtyThree times Six is equal to One Hundred And NinetyEight
 ThirtyThree times Seven is equal to Two Hundred And ThirtyOne
 ThirtyThree times Eight is equal to Two Hundred And SixtyFour
 ThirtyThree times Nine is equal to Two Hundred And NinetySeven
 ThirtyThree times Ten is equal to Three Hundred And Thirty
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Tables of 33 Examples

Example 1: Deborah jogs 4 miles per day. Use the table of 33 and find how many miles does she jog in 33 days.
Solution:
Deborah jogs 4 miles per day. Therefore, the total miles traveled after 33 days is 4 × 33 = 132 miles.

Example 2: Emily makes 3 cookies per day. How many cookies does she make in 33 days?
Solution:
Emily makes 3 cookies per day. Therefore, from the table of 33, the total cookies made after 33 days are 3 × 33 = 99 cookies.

Example 3: A customer buys 4 oranges every day. How many oranges will the customer buy in 33 days?
Solution:
The customer buys 4 oranges per day. Therefore, using the table of 33, the total number of oranges bought by the customer in 33 days is 4 × 33 = 132 oranges.
FAQs on Tables of 33
Find the value of 33 times 14 using the table of 33.
The value of 33 times 14 from the table of 33 is 33 × 14 = 462
Find how many times should we multiply 33 to get 528.
From the table of 33, we have 33 × 16 = 528. Therefore, 33 has to be multiplied by 16 times to get 528.
What is 33 times 17 minus 10 plus 10?
From the table of 33, 33 times 17 is 561. Therefore, 33 × 17  10 + 10 = 561  10 + 10 = 561
Using the table of 33, find the value of 14 plus 33 times 17 minus 33 times 7.
From the table of 33, 33 times 17 = 561 and 33 times 7 = 231. Therefore, 14 + 33 × 17  33 × 7 = 344.
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