# The 07 Times Table

Multiplying numbers by 7 is what learning the seven times table is about! You may wish to never see a times table again - but keep on practising until you know every answer automatically. Learning your times tables will be beneficial in the long run - you'll find multiplying numbers much easier and that'll help you in KS3 Maths.

The number 7 was considered a holy number by many. The world was said to have been created in seven days, that's why there are seven days in a week. There are seven deadly sins: avarice, envy, gluttony, lust, pride, sloth and wrath. Netball and water polo are both played with teams of seven players. Seven is a number you'll come across quite often.

The seven times table is one of the trickier ones so make sure you practise it a lot. Keep coming back to this quiz even after you think you've mastered it. The more often you test yourself the easier you'll find remembering your times tables.

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1. What is 4 x 7
The Danish, Swedish, Arabic and Esperanto alphabets all have 28 letters
2. What is 9 x 7
70 - 7 = 63
3. What is 6 x 7
You can work this one out by multiplying 7 x 5 and then adding 7
4. What is 5 x 7
To multiply 7 by 5, first work out 7 x 10 and then halve your answer
5. What is 3 x 7
There are 21 spots on a six-sided die. That's because 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 21
6. What is 10 x 7
To multiply any number by 10, just put a zero on its end
7. What is 1 x 7
Any number multiplied by one remains unchanged
8. What is 7 x 7
7 is the square root of 49
9. What is 2 x 7
To double a number just add it to itself
10. What is 8 x 7
56 is the sum of the first 6 prime numbers. 3 + 5 + 7 + 11 + 13 + 17 = 56

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