3 Time Tables Chart
3 Time tables is the multiplication chart of the number 3 provided here for students, parents and teachers. These time tables charts are helpful in solving math questions quickly and easily.
How to read the 3 time tables chart?
One times three is 3, two times three is 6, three times three is 9, ect.
How to memorise the 3 time tables chart orally?
Write the 3 times tables on a sheet of paper and read them aload repeatedly.
What is an example math question using the 3 time tables chart?
Maths Question: A boy eats 3 bananas every day. How many bananas will the boy eat in 1 week (7 days)?
Solution: The customer eats 3 bananas per day. Therefore, using the 3 times table, the total number of bananas eaten by the boy in 1 week is 3 × 2 = 14 bananas.