# Table of 275

## Introduction

Table of 275 is the consecutive, multiplication of the 3-digit number 275 with numbers from 1 to 10. The table of 275 can also be considered a table of repeated addition of 275.

Multiplication: One of the four fundamental mathematical operations, along with addition, subtraction, and division, is multiplication. In mathematics, multiply refers to the continuous addition of sets of identical size

Let us use the ice creams as a multiplication example to help us comprehend.

There are two such groups, each with 3 ice cream.

Total ice cream is. \begin{equation}

3+3=6

\end{equation}

You have, however, added two groups of three ice creams. As a result, you have multiplied three ice creams by two. It can also be written as. \begin{equation}

2 \times 3=6

\end{equation}

As we can see, \begin{equation}

3+3

\end{equation}

is equivalent to \begin{equation}

2 \times 3

\end{equation}

When we multiply two numbers, the result is known as the product. The multiplicand is the number of objects in each group, and the multiplier is the number of such equal groups. In our case, the multiplicand is 3, the multiplier is 2, and the product is 6.

There are numerous ways to read a multiplication equation.

As an example, \begin{equation}

2 \times 3=6

\end{equation}

It is written as follows:

Two times three equals six.

Two plus three equals six.

Two threes add up to six.

This Story also Contains

- Introduction
- Properties Of Multiplication
- Solved Examples
- Table

## Properties Of Multiplication

Multiplication, like addition, has specific properties, which are as follows:

Commutative property: It states that when we multiply two numbers, the order has no effect on the product.

For example, \begin{equation}

2 \times 3=6

\end{equation}

The reverse of this is also true

I.e, \begin{equation}

3 \times 2=6

\end{equation}

Associative Property: This states that if we multiply three or more numbers one after the other, the order does not matter.

If we have 2, 3, 4 and we jumble and multiply the answer will remain same

\begin{equation}

\begin{aligned}

& (2 \times 3) \times 4=24 \\

& 2 \times(3 \times 4)=24

\end{aligned}

\end{equation}

Distributive property: This states that if you multiply a number by the sum of two numbers, the result is equal to the sum of the products obtained by multiplying that number by those two numbers separately. example,

\begin{equation}

3 \times 8

\end{equation}

Here, 8 can also be written as \begin{equation}

6+2

\end{equation}

\begin{equation}

3 \times 8=3 \times(6+2)=24

\end{equation}

The answer will be the same.

## Solved Examples

Example 1:

A flower bed in a garden has room for 275 rows of 17 seeds. A flower bed contains how many seeds?

Solution:

Given,

Number of rows = 275

Each row contains 17 seeds.

Total number of seeds in a flower bed \begin{equation}

275 \times 17=4675

\end{equation}

Example 2:

The cost of a DVD is Rs. 13. How much should 275 DVDs cost?

Solution:

A DVD costs Rs. 13.00.

Cost of 275 DVDs = ?

Using the table of 275

\begin{equation}

275 \times 13=3575

\end{equation}

As a result, the total cost of 275 DVDs is 3,575.

### Example 3:

### What multiplication makes 275?

Solution:

The product of the multiplications of the following numbers is 275: 5, 11, 25, 55 and 275.

(5, 55) ⇒

\begin{equation}

5 \times 55=275

\end{equation}

(11, 25) ⇒

\begin{equation}

11 \times 25=275

\end{equation}

### Example 4

### Is 275 in the 11 times table?

Solution:

Yes, 275 appears in the 11 times table because 11 times 25 equals 275.

\begin{equation}

11 \times 25=275

\end{equation}

Alternatively, we can look at the 11 times table results, which are 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99, 110, 121, 132, 143, 154, 165, 176, 187, 198, 209, 220, 231, 242, 253, 264, 275, 286, and so on.

### Example 5:

How do you write the table of 275?

Solution:

Both addition and multiplication can be used to write the 275 table. For example, 275 times 4 can be written as \begin{equation}

275 \times 4=1100

\end{equation}

or

\begin{equation}

275+275+275+275=1100

\end{equation}

Normally, we can generate a table with 275 to n results.

## Table

Additive method of 275 times table

275 |

275 + 275 = 550 |

275 + 275 + 275 = 825 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 1100 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 1375 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 1650 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 1925 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 2200 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 2475 |

275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 + 275 = 2750 |

## Using multiplication |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 1=275 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 2=550 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 3=825 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 4=1100 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 5=1375 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 6=1650 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 7=1925 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 8=2200 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 9=2475 \end{equation} |

\begin{equation} 275 \times 10=2750 \end{equation} |