## multiples of 8

1 x 8 = 8

2 x 8 = 16

3 x 8 = 24

4 x 8 = 32

5 x 8 = 40

6 x 8 = 48

7 x 8 = 56

8 x 8 = 64

9 x 8 = 72

10 x 8 = 80

11 x 8 = 88

12 x 8 = 96

In multiples of 8 we count eights, that is, groups of 8.

For example, 3×8 equals 3 times 8.

Further down the page are study methods, exercises, games, and worksheets for studying multiples of 8.

## Practice multiples of 8 in order

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If all the answers are correct, continue to practice the multiples in random order further down the page.

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## Practice multiples of 8 in random order

Solve the exercises. Then, click ‘Check’ to see how well you did!

If all the answers are correct, continue to the memory game further down the page.

## Memory game for learning multiples of 8

Try to find the matching questions and answers in as few attempts as possible!

## A puzzle game for learning multiples of 8

Drag the correct answer to each question

## How to learn and memorize multiples of 8

In multiples of 8 we count eights, that is, groups of 8.

For example, 3×8 equals 3 times 8

3×8 = 8+8+8 = 24

**How do you easily calculate multiples of 8?**

To calculate an exercise involving multiplication by 8, we will look at the number that appears in the exercise. If it is less than or equal to 5 (between 1 and 5), we subtract 1. If it is greater than 5 (between 6 and 10), we subtract 2. The number we get is the tens digit in the product.

To calculate the unity digit, raise your fingers according to the number shown in the exercise and count back even numbers from 8 to 0 as the number of raised fingers. If we reached 0, we will count again from 8.

For example, consider the 8×7 exercise.

In the exercise, the number 7 appears. Since it is greater than 5, we will subtract 2 and get:

7-2=5

Therefore, 5 is the tens digit in the product.

Now, consider the unity digit. Lift 7 fingers and count backward like this: 8 for the first finger, 6 for the second finger, 4 for the third finger, 2 for the fourth finger, 0 for the fifth finger, 8 for the sixth finger, and 6 for the seventh finger. We reached 6, so the unity digit is 6.

In conclusion,

7×8=56

**Interesting to know**

Multiples of 8 are even numbers, meaning their unity digit belongs to the group: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8.

## 8 Times Table Worksheets

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