Table of 63
Table of 63 can be calculated by repeated addition like 63 + 63 + 63 + 63 = 252 which is equivalent to 63 × 4. On this page, you can find the table of 63 up to 20.
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Table of 63
The 63 times table up to 20 is provided below. Learning the 63 table helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run.
Table of 63 up to 10
63 × 1 = 63  63 × 6 = 378 
63 × 2 = 126  63 × 7 = 441 
63 × 3 = 189  63 × 8 = 504 
63 × 4 = 252  63 × 9 = 567 
63 × 5 = 315  63 × 10 = 630 
Table of 63 up to 20
63 × 11 = 693  63 × 16 = 1008 
63 × 12 = 756  63 × 17 = 1071 
63 × 13 = 819  63 × 18 = 1134 
63 × 14 = 882  63 × 19 = 1197 
63 × 15 = 945  63 × 20 = 1260 
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Table of 63 up to 10 in Words
 SixtyThree times One is equal to SixtyThree
 SixtyThree times Two is equal to One Hundred And TwentySix
 SixtyThree times Three is equal to One Hundred And EightyNine
 SixtyThree times Four is equal to Two Hundred And FiftyTwo
 SixtyThree times Five is equal to Three Hundred And Fifteen
 SixtyThree times Six is equal to Three Hundred And SeventyEight
 SixtyThree times Seven is equal to Four Hundred And FortyOne
 SixtyThree times Eight is equal to Five Hundred And Four
 SixtyThree times Nine is equal to Five Hundred And SixtySeven
 SixtyThree times Ten is equal to Six Hundred And Thirty
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Tables of 63 Examples

Example 1: Jordan jogs 3 miles per day. Use the table of 63 and find how many miles does he jog in 63 days.
Solution:
Jordan jogs 3 miles per day. Therefore, the total miles traveled after 63 days is 3 × 63 = 189 miles.

Example 2: A customer buys 3 cereal bars every day. How many cereal bars will the customer buy in 63 days?
Solution:
The customer buys 3 cereal bars per day. Therefore, using the table of 63, the total number of cereal bars bought by the customer in 63 days is 3 × 63 = 189 cereal bars.

Example 3: Kathryn earns $18 per hour. How much money will she earn if she works for 63 hours?
Solution:
Kathryn makes $18 per hour. Therefore, using the table of 63, the total money made by Kathryn after 63 hours is 18 × 63 = $1134.
FAQs on Tables of 63
Find the value of 63 times 17 using the table of 63.
The value of 63 times 17 from the table of 63 is 63 × 17 = 1071
How many times should we multiply 63 to get 1197?
From the table of 63, we have 63 × 19 = 1197. Therefore, 63 has to be multiplied by 19 times to get 1197.
What is 63 times 6 minus 11 plus 18?
From the table of 63, 63 times 6 is 378. Therefore, 63 × 6  11 + 18 = 378  11 + 18 = 385
Using the table of 63, find the value of 11 plus 63 times 4 minus 63 times 17.
From the table of 63, 63 times 4 = 252 and 63 times 17 = 1071. Therefore, 11 + 63 × 4  63 × 17 = 808.
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