In mathematics, the **table of 6** refers to a list of numbers obtained by multiplying 6 by numbers, or we can say consecutive integers. It is commonly used to help students learn and practice multiplication of the number 6 with other numbers. On this page, you can learn the **multiplication table of 6**.

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## Multiplication Table of 6

Learn the 6 times table here:

6 | × | 1 | = | 6 |

6 | × | 2 | = | 12 |

6 | × | 3 | = | 18 |

6 | × | 4 | = | 24 |

6 | × | 5 | = | 30 |

6 | × | 6 | = | 36 |

6 | × | 7 | = | 42 |

6 | × | 8 | = | 48 |

6 | × | 9 | = | 54 |

6 | × | 10 | = | 60 |

6 | × | 11 | = | 66 |

6 | × | 12 | = | 72 |

6 | × | 13 | = | 78 |

6 | × | 14 | = | 84 |

6 | × | 15 | = | 90 |

6 | × | 16 | = | 96 |

6 | × | 17 | = | 102 |

6 | × | 18 | = | 108 |

6 | × | 19 | = | 114 |

6 | × | 20 | = | 120 |

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