**Easy Way to Learn Tables: Easiest Way of Learning Maths Table 1 to 100**

In this blog, we are going to show the Maths tricks for solving the table problems when appearing for Bank and Government Exams. This Maths tricks will help you solve the Questions asked in the Quantitative Aptitude Section of the various Bank and Government Exams like RBI Grade B, SBI PO, IBPS RRB Officer, SSC CGL, SSC CPO and Railway RRB Exams. All such exams require candidates to solve high number of Questions in Less Time.

Learning tables has always been a difficult task for all the students. Here are some tricks which will help you to learn maths table from 1 to 100. Tables of 1 to 8 can be easily learnt by all students. The difficulty starts from table 9. So, let us show you how to calculate from table of 9 onwards:

**Table of 9:**

Step 1: Write nos. 0 to 9 vertically in column 1, as shown in the image below.

Step 2: Then write the nos. 9 to 0 vertically in column 2, as shown in the image below.

Step 3: Combine the numbers in both the columns as shown in the image below.

Step 4: Table of 9 is now ready.

**Table of 12:**

Table of 12 is a little different. Here is how it works:

Step 1: Write a table of 1 vertically in column 1, as shown in the image below.

Step 2: Then write the table of 2 vertically in column 2, as shown in the image below.

Step 3: Combine the numbers as shown in the image below. Note how the numbers are combined when there are two or more digit numbers, as shown in the image below.

Step 4: Table of 12 is now ready.

**Table of 13:**

Table of 13 works similar to table of 12, as shown in the image below.

**Table of 19:**

There are couple of ways you can do table of 19. Check the image below for table of 19.

**Trick 1: **Table of 19 works similar to table of 12 & 13, as shown in the image below.

- Step 1: Write a table of 1 vertically in column 1, as shown in the image below.
- Step 2: Then write the table of 9 vertically in column 2, as shown in the image below.
- Step 3: Combine the numbers as shown in the image below. Note how the numbers are combined when there are two or more digit numbers, as shown in the image below.
- Step 4: Table of 19 is now ready.

**Trick 2:**

- Step 1: Write odd numbers starting from 1 vertically in column 1, as shown in the image below.
- Step 2: Then write the numbers 9 to 0 vertically in column 2, as shown in the image below.
- Step 3: Combine the numbers as shown in the image below.
- Step 4: Table of 19 is now ready.

**Table of 31: Apply Trick 2 of Table of 19 with few changes, as shown in the image below.**

**Table of 98: Apply Trick 2 of Table of 19 with few changes, as shown in the image below.**

This fun and easy way of doing tables is for all age groups including school going children. Doing tables this way makes their mathematical calculations easy and error free most of the times and also helps them complete their maths faster than what it would take otherwise and build their confidence.

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