Multiplication Chart 8 x 8

This multiplication chart printable up to 8 is a valuable tool for students and learners, offering a visual guide to the multiplication tables from 1 to 8.
This resource aids in the memorization of multiplication facts and simplifies mathematical processes for quick mental calculations.

Particularly beneficial for both teachers and students, this chart serves as an effective teaching aid in classrooms and a handy reference during homework or independent study sessions. The user-friendly layout encourages a systematic approach to learning multiplication, and the 8 multiplication table, contributing to the development of mathematical fluency and confidence in problem-solving. Overall, a printable multiplication chart is a practical resource that supports a foundational understanding of multiplication concepts.

8 Multiplication Facts Worksheets

Create and print multiplication fact worksheets up to 8 with our worksheet generator tool, and practice utilizing the multiplication chart to solve these multiplication facts.
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8 Multiplication Table

8 X 0 = 0

8 X 1 = 8

8 X 2 = 16

8 X 3 = 24

8 X 4 = 32

8 X 5 = 40

8 X 6 = 48

8 X 7 = 56

8 X 8 = 64

8 X 9 = 72

8 X 10 = 80

8 X 11 = 88

8 X 12 = 96

8 X 13 = 104

8 X 14 = 112

8 X 15 = 120

8 X 16 = 128

8 X 17 = 136

8 X 18 = 144

8 X 19 = 152

8 X 20 = 160

8 X 21 = 168

8 X 22 = 176

8 X 23 = 184

8 X 24 = 192

8 X 25 = 200

8 X 26 = 208

8 X 27 = 216

8 X 28 = 224

8 X 29 = 232

8 X 30 = 240

8 X 31 = 248

8 X 32 = 256

8 X 33 = 264

8 X 34 = 272

8 X 35 = 280

8 X 36 = 288

8 X 37 = 296

8 X 38 = 304

8 X 39 = 312

8 X 40 = 320

8 X 41 = 328

8 X 42 = 336

8 X 43 = 344

8 X 44 = 352

8 X 45 = 360

8 X 46 = 368

8 X 47 = 376

8 X 48 = 384

8 X 49 = 392

8 X 50 = 400

8 X 51 = 408

8 X 52 = 416

8 X 53 = 424

8 X 54 = 432

8 X 55 = 440

8 X 56 = 448

8 X 57 = 456

8 X 58 = 464

8 X 59 = 472

8 X 60 = 480

8 X 61 = 488

8 X 62 = 496

8 X 63 = 504

8 X 64 = 512

8 X 65 = 520

8 X 66 = 528

8 X 67 = 536

8 X 68 = 544

8 X 69 = 552

8 X 70 = 560

8 X 71 = 568

8 X 72 = 576

8 X 73 = 584

8 X 74 = 592

8 X 75 = 600

8 X 76 = 608

8 X 77 = 616

8 X 78 = 624

8 X 79 = 632

8 X 80 = 640

8 X 81 = 648

8 X 82 = 656

8 X 83 = 664

8 X 84 = 672

8 X 85 = 680

8 X 86 = 688

8 X 87 = 696

8 X 88 = 704

8 X 89 = 712

8 X 90 = 720

8 X 91 = 728

8 X 92 = 736

8 X 93 = 744

8 X 94 = 752

8 X 95 = 760

8 X 96 = 768

8 X 97 = 776

8 X 98 = 784

8 X 99 = 792

8 X 100 = 800

How to use the 8 multiplication chart

Multiplication Problem:

A garden is planted with 8 rows of flowers, and each row contains 5 flowers. Determine the total number of flowers in the garden.

Solution:

Number of rows in the garden = 8
Flowers in each row = 5
Total number of flowers = Number of rows × Flowers in each row

Therefore, the garden has a total of 8x5 = 40 flowers.

Using the 8x8 Multiplication Chart:

Check the row 8 of your multiplication chart and then go to the column 5 inside that row, the number in that cell is: 40

8 Multiplication Facts

  • The 8 times table is commonly associated with the octal numeral system, where each digit represents a power of 8. This system is used in computing and programming.
  • The concept of octaves in music is influenced by the 8 times table. In Western music, an octave is a span of eight diatonic scale degrees, providing a fundamental structure for musical scales.
  • The 8 times table is relevant in carpentry and construction, where standard building materials often come in lengths that are multiples of 8 feet. This facilitates measurement and planning in these industries.