Table of 51
Table of 51 shows the values we get when the number 51 is multiplied by other whole numbers. The repeated addition of 51 is the multiplication table of 51. For example, 51 + 51 + 51 = 3 × 51 = 153. On this page, you can find the table of 51 up to 20.
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Table of 51
The 51 times table up to 20 is provided below. Learning the 51 table helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 51 up to 10
51 × 1 = 51  51 × 6 = 306 
51 × 2 = 102  51 × 7 = 357 
51 × 3 = 153  51 × 8 = 408 
51 × 4 = 204  51 × 9 = 459 
51 × 5 = 255  51 × 10 = 510 
Table of 51 up to 20
51 × 11 = 561  51 × 16 = 816 
51 × 12 = 612  51 × 17 = 867 
51 × 13 = 663  51 × 18 = 918 
51 × 14 = 714  51 × 19 = 969 
51 × 15 = 765  51 × 20 = 1020 
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Table of 51 up to 10 in Words
 FiftyOne times One is equal to FiftyOne
 FiftyOne times Two is equal to One Hundred And Two
 FiftyOne times Three is equal to One Hundred And FiftyThree
 FiftyOne times Four is equal to Two Hundred And Four
 FiftyOne times Five is equal to Two Hundred And FiftyFive
 FiftyOne times Six is equal to Three Hundred And Six
 FiftyOne times Seven is equal to Three Hundred And FiftySeven
 FiftyOne times Eight is equal to Four Hundred And Eight
 FiftyOne times Nine is equal to Four Hundred And FiftyNine
 FiftyOne times Ten is equal to Five Hundred And Ten
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Tables of 51 Examples

Example 1: A customer buys 2 juice cans every day. How many juice cans will the customer buy in 51 days?
Solution:
The customer buys 2 juice cans per day. Therefore, using the table of 51, the total number of juice cans bought by the customer in 51 days is 2 × 51 = 102 juice cans.

Example 2: Wayne jogs 3 miles per day. Use the table of 51 and find how many miles does he jog in 51 days.
Solution:
Wayne jogs 3 miles per day. Therefore, the total miles traveled after 51 days is 3 × 51 = 153 miles.

Example 3: Sean earns $19 per hour. How much money will he earn if he works for 51 hours?
Solution:
Sean makes $19 per hour. Therefore, using the table of 51, the total money made by Sean after 51 hours is 19 × 51 = $969.
FAQs on Tables of 51
Find the value of 51 times 6 using the table of 51.
The value of 51 times 6 from the table of 51 is 51 × 6 = 306
How many times should we multiply 51 to get 306?
From the table of 51, we have 51 × 6 = 306. Therefore, 51 has to be multiplied by 6 times to get 306.
What is 51 times 7 minus 12 plus 3?
From the table of 51, 51 times 7 is 357. Therefore, 51 × 7  12 + 3 = 357  12 + 3 = 348
Using the table of 51, find the value of 15 plus 51 times 3 minus 51 times 13.
From the table of 51, 51 times 3 = 153 and 51 times 13 = 663. Therefore, 15 + 51 × 3  51 × 13 = 495.
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