What is 3 Times Table?
If you look at the three times table, it has a pattern of repeating the last 10 digits, namely: 0, 3, 6, 9, x2, x5, x8, x1, x4 and x7 starts again from 0.
Previously, multiplication two had a pattern of only even numbers in the last digit, in multiplication three the alternation between even and odd numbers follows the rules of odd and even numbers for multiplication, as shown in the table below.
|Multiplication||Example: 3 x ?|
|Odd x Odd = Odd||3 x 3 = 9|
|Odd x Even = Even||3 x 2 = 6|
Rules for Even and Odd Numbers
To make it easier to memorize the multiplication of three, there are 10 last numbers that always repeat, namely: