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Last updated on ** October 4th, 2024**

Table of 21 consists of the multiples of the number 21 when multiplied by numbers. This table helps in fast multiplication in larger numbers. Below are facts about the table of 21.

Table of 21 is one of the most advanced and easy-to-learn two-digit multiplication tables.

- Table of 21 is a structured list that helps the learner calculate the multiples of 21.

- The pattern in the table of 21 is the repeated addition of 21 and keeps increasing as 21, 42, 63, 84, 105, 126, 147, 168, 189, 210…

- The digits at one’s place follow the pattern of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 0.

- The digits at the ten’s place till multiple 9, 2 is skipped and products are even, from multiple 10 to 19 the odd number pattern is followed, this pattern continues further.

The table of 21 is easy to understand and learn and does not require time to comprehend. However, practicing it regularly helps the learner to understand the pattern.

Here is the table of 21 from the multiples 1 to 10 and 11 to 21.

TABLE OF 21 (1-10) | |
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21 x 1 = 21 |
21 x 6 = 126 |

21 x 2 = 42 |
21 x 7 = 147 |

21 x 3 = 63 |
21 x 8 = 168 |

21 x 4 = 84 |
21 x 9 = 189 |

21 x 5 = 105 |
21 x 10 = 210 |

TABLE OF 21 (11-20) | |
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21 x 11 = 231 |
21 x 16 = 336 |

21 x 12 = 252 |
21 x 17 = 357 |

21 x 13 = 273 |
21 x 18 = 378 |

21 x 14 = 294 |
21 x 19 = 399 |

21 x 15 = 315 |
21 x 20 = 420 |

Multiplication tables are fundamental for developing math skills. Some tips and tricks for Table of 21 are listed below.

- 21 can be divided into 10.5 to ease the multiplication and then doubled to get the product of table of 21.

- The digits at one’s place follow the pattern of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 0 and can be used to check the correctness of table of 21.

- Breaking down of the table of 21 can be done to simplify the multiplication.

- By adding 21 to the products of Table of 20 the products of Table of 21 can be found.

**Factor**: Factors are the numbers that can be multiplied to get a product.

**Repeated addition**: addition by 21, forming a pattern with equal intervals.

**Breaking down**: The multiple is broken down into simpler forms.

**Multiple**: The number that can be evenly divided by another number.

**Product**: The result obtained when multiplication is performed.

**Carryover digit**: Extra digit added in ten’s place when two-digit multiplication is done.