# Table of 270

## IntroductionThe signs cross (×), asterisk (*) and dot (.) represent multiplication. We are most likely to use the cross when writing in our notebooks. In computer languages and algebra, the asterisk and dot are used. The multiplication table of 270 is included in the Table of 270, and it depicts the addition of the same number when multiplied by another number.The result of multiplying any number by one is the number itself. Under multiplication, one is known as the identity element.When any number is multiplied by zero, the result is always zero.In the case of the multiplication of integers, we need to see the sign of the integers. Multiplication of two positive integers:This Story also ContainsIntroductionTable Of ContentsWhat Is 270 TableMultiplication FormulaMethod Of SolvingSolved QuestionsTableTwo positive integers upon multiplication give a positive productMultiply two negative integers:Two negative integers upon multiplication give a positive product

• What is 270 table

• Multiplication formula

• Method of solving

• Solved questions

• Table

• Frequently asked questions

## What Is 270 Table

When the 3 digit number 270 is multiplied continuously with consecutive numbers in their increasing order. This results in a comprehensive table of 270.

## Multiplication Formula

[Multiplicand × Multiplier = Product] is the multiplication formula, where:

The first number is the multiplicand (factor).

The multiplier is the second number (factor).

Product: The result of multiplying the multiplicand by the multiplier.

The symbol for multiplication: "×” (which connects the entire expression)

## Method Of Solving

One-digit numbers can be multiplied easily using multiplication tables, but for larger numbers, we divide the numbers into columns based on their respective place values, such as ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on. Multiplication problems are classified into two types:

1. Multiplication without regrouping

2. Multiplication with regrouping

Multiplication without regrouping

Multiplying two numbers without regrouping involves smaller numbers that do not require a carry-over to the next higher place value. It is the basic level that can help a learner understand the fundamentals of multiplication before progressing to higher-level problems such as regrouping.

Multiplication with regrouping

Multiplying more than two numbers with regrouping results in a 2-digit product. In this type of multiplication, we must carry the result to the next higher place value.

## Solved Questions

Q.1: If a person purchases two oranges per day, how many oranges will the person purchase in 270 days?

Ans: Given,

the Number of oranges purchased in a day = 2.

A person will purchase it in 270 days.

=

270 \times 2=540

Q2.What is the value of 270 times 11?

Ans: From the table of 270, the value of 270 times 11 is

270 \times 11=2970

Q3.Determine how many times we should multiply 270 to get 2700.

Ans: Using the table of 270, we know that

270 \times 10=2700

As a result, we must multiply 270 by ten to get 2700.

Q4.What is the value of 270 times 15 plus 15 minus 12?

Ans: From the table of 270, 270 times 15 plus 15 minus 12

\begin{aligned}

& 270 \times(15+15-12) \\

& =270 \times 18

\end{aligned}

## Table

Using multiplication

 270 \times 1=270 270 \times 2=540 270 \times 3=810 270 \times 4=1080 270 \times 5=1350 270 \times 6=1620 270 \times 7=1890 270 \times 8=2160 270 \times 9=2430 270 \times 10=2700

 Using repeated addition 270 270 + 270 = 540 270 + 270 + 270 = 810 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 1080 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 1350 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 1620 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 1890 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 2160 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 2430 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 + 270 = 2700