# Table of 15

**Table of 15** is the multiplication table of the whole number 15 that includes its multiples. 15 times table represents the repeated addition of number 15 to itself. For example, 15 multiplied by 3 is equal to 15 added to itself three times (15 x 3 = 15 + 15 + 15 = 45). It is necessary for students to memorise the table of 15 on finger-tips to solve complex multiplication problems. Tables from 2 to 15 are the base of the mathematical calculations, one must learn. Thus, it is required for students to remember these tables and increase their problem-solving capabilities.

## Multiplication Table of 15

Multiplication table of 15 is one of the most common and easy multiplication tables. Among all the multiplication tables, the 15 times table can be easily memorized, which will help in the quick mathematical calculation.

Table of 15 is provided in tabular form and in downloadable image format for the students.

## 2 Times Table up to 20 times

Learn the table of 15 up to 20 times here. This table will help students to solve complex multiplication problems quickly.

15 | × | 1 | = | 15 |

15 | × | 2 | = | 30 |

15 | × | 3 | = | 45 |

15 | × | 4 | = | 60 |

15 | × | 5 | = | 75 |

15 | × | 6 | = | 90 |

15 | × | 7 | = | 105 |

15 | × | 8 | = | 120 |

15 | × | 9 | = | 135 |

15 | × | 10 | = | 150 |

15 | × | 11 | = | 165 |

15 | × | 12 | = | 180 |

15 | × | 13 | = | 195 |

15 | × | 14 | = | 210 |

15 | × | 15 | = | 225 |

15 | × | 16 | = | 240 |

15 | × | 17 | = | 255 |

15 | × | 18 | = | 270 |

15 | × | 19 | = | 285 |

15 | × | 20 | = | 300 |

From the above table, we can see, the table of 15 is very easy to learn. We have multiplied 15 by all the natural numbers from 1 to 20 to get its multiples. By downloading the 15 times multiplication table, students can learn the values more effectively and retain them for longer.

## Table of 15 Chart

## Tips to Memorise Table of 15

Although the 15 times table is easy to memorise, still some tips and tricks will help students to learn it quickly.

- The digits at the unit place are either 0 or 5
- The digits at tens place are such that, two consecutive odd numbers and then two consecutive even numbers. For example, the first two multiples 15 and 30 have odd numbers (i.e.,1 and 5) whereas the next two multiples 45 and 60 have even numbers (i.e.,4 and 6).
- Skip count for 15 to get the multiples of 15

## Solved Examples on Table of 15

**Q.1: What is the value of 15 × 5 + 3?**

Solution: Given,

15 × 5 + 3

= 75 + 3

= 78

Thus, the value of 15 × 5 + 3 is 78.

**Q.2: Find: 15 × 4 – 15 × 2.**

Solution: 15 × 4 – 15 × 2

= 60 – 30

= 30

Thus, 15 × 4 – 15 × 2 = 30.

**Q.3: What is 15 times 3 minus 15 times 9?**

Solution: From the table of 15, we have;

15 times 3 = 15 x 3 = 45

15 times 9 = 15 x 9 = 135

15 times 3 minus 15 times 9 = 45 – 135 = -95

## Practice Questions

Practice the worksheet given below, to check your knowledge on the table of 15.

- 15 × 2 + 100 = ?
- 15 × 8 – 60 = ?
- 15 × 11 + 15 × 3 = ?
- 15 × 15 = ?
- 3 (15 × 10) = ?

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## Frequently Asked Questions on Table of 15

### What is table of 15?

### How to read the table of 15?

15 ones are 15

15 twos are 30

15 threes are 45

15 fours are 60

and so on

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