Table of 34
Table of 34 is a multiplication table that results in the product of consecutive natural numbers with the number 34. For example, two times 34 = 34 + 34 = 68, three times 34 = 34 + 34 + 34 = 102, and so on. On this page, you can find the table of 34 up to 20. You can print or save this times table as a PDF by clicking the link provided below.
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Table of 34
Table of 34 up to 20 is provided below. Learning the table of 34 helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 34 up to 10
34 × 1 = 34  34 × 6 = 204 
34 × 2 = 68  34 × 7 = 238 
34 × 3 = 102  34 × 8 = 272 
34 × 4 = 136  34 × 9 = 306 
34 × 5 = 170  34 × 10 = 340 
Table of 34 up to 20
34 × 11 = 374  34 × 16 = 544 
34 × 12 = 408  34 × 17 = 578 
34 × 13 = 442  34 × 18 = 612 
34 × 14 = 476  34 × 19 = 646 
34 × 15 = 510  34 × 20 = 680 
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Table of 34 up to 10 in Words
 ThirtyFour times One is equal to ThirtyFour
 ThirtyFour times Two is equal to SixtyEight
 ThirtyFour times Three is equal to One Hundred And Two
 ThirtyFour times Four is equal to One Hundred And ThirtySix
 ThirtyFour times Five is equal to One Hundred And Seventy
 ThirtyFour times Six is equal to Two Hundred And Four
 ThirtyFour times Seven is equal to Two Hundred And ThirtyEight
 ThirtyFour times Eight is equal to Two Hundred And SeventyTwo
 ThirtyFour times Nine is equal to Three Hundred And Six
 ThirtyFour times Ten is equal to Three Hundred And Forty
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Tables of 34 Solved Examples

Example 1: A customer buys 3 pears every day. How many pears will the customer buy in 34 days?
Solution:
The customer buys 3 pears per day. Therefore, using the table of 34, the total number of pears bought by the customer in 34 days is 3 × 34 = 102 pears.
Example 2: Jessica makes 3 cookies per day. How many cookies does she make in 34 days?
Solution:
Jessica makes 3 cookies per day. Therefore, from the table of 34, the total cookies made after 34 days are 3 × 34 = 102 cookies.
Example 3: Steven jogs 2 miles per day. Use the table of 34 and find how many miles does he jog in 34 days.
Solution:
Steven jogs 2 miles per day. Therefore, the total miles traveled after 34 days is 2 × 34 = 68 miles.
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FAQs on Tables of 34
Find the value of 34 times 6 using the table of 34.
The value of 34 times 6 from the table of 34 is 34 × 6 = 204
How many times should we multiply 34 to get 102?
From the table of 34, we have 34 × 3 = 102. Therefore, 34 has to be multiplied by 3 times to get 102.
What is 34 times 5 minus 3 plus 6?
From the table of 34, 34 times 5 is 170. Therefore, 34 × 5  3 + 6 = 170  3 + 6 = 173
Using the table of 34, find the value of 12 plus 34 times 8 minus 34 times 15.
From the table of 34, 34 times 8 = 272 and 34 times 15 = 510. Therefore, 12 + 34 × 8  34 × 15 = 226.
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