Skip to main content
Search IntMath
Close

450+ Math Lessons written by Math Professors and Teachers

5 Million+ Students Helped Each Year

1200+ Articles Written by Math Educators and Enthusiasts

Simplifying and Teaching Math for Over 23 Years

Tips, tricks, lessons, and tutoring to help reduce test anxiety and move to the top of the class.

Learn Your Multiplication Tables: Multiplying By 12

Memorizing a math multiplication table between 1 and 11 is fairly easy, and with a couple of tricks, you can learn them fast. But what about tables 12 and up? That's when memorization can start to get a little tricky. Are there strategies to help you with those? This chart can help you with the 12 times table.

Printable 12 Multiplication Table Worksheet Printable 12 Multiplication Table

As numbers get bigger, mental calculations get harder. And if kids are going to be proficient in math, they need all help they can get—from securing an online tutor who will help them improve their grades to learning the best tips to mastering table 12.

Why You Should Study the 12 Times Tables

Did you know that only 12 men have had the magical chance to walk on the moon? Things like eggs, doughnuts, milk, cookies, apples, and flowers are sold as a dozen (group of 12). And the 12-hour time system is used by so many people around the world. Even those using the 24-hour system are simply working with a multiple of 12, aka 12x2=24.

Learning all of the multiplication tables goes beyond helping you tackle advanced algebraic expressions. It’s an important life skill for working simple day-to-day multiplication problems like calculating the rate of things sold in groups or working out your allowance. And it can help you in a professional career later on that requires you to send emails containing math or equations.

Table of 12 at a Glance

Here’s what the multiplication table of 12 looks like:

Printable 12 Multiplication Table Worksheet Printable 12 Multiplication Table

Does Order Matter?

Ah, that’s a trick teachers like to pull. 

For basic multiplication, it doesn’t matter at all.

2x12=24 is the same as 12x2=24

But when you begin using additional operations and more complicated equations, order definitely matters. 

See the Patterns

You can write the mathematics table of 12 using both addition and multiple techniques, as you’ll see in the times table chart below:

Addition

Multiplication

12

12x1=12

12+12=24

12x2=24

12+12+12=36

12x3=36

12+12+12+12=48

12x4=48

12+12+12+12+12=60

12x5=60

12+12+12+12+12+12=72

12x6=72

12+12+12+12+12+12+12=84

12x7=84

12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=96

12x8=96

12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=108

12x9=108

12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=120

12x10=120

12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=132

12x11=132

12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12+12=144

12x12=144

 

Tips for Remembering the Table of 12

We’ve got two top tips and hacks to help you study multiplication of 12 and commit it to memory.

Tip No 1

If you need to know all the products of multiples of 12 at a glance, there’s an easy way to remember them. Begin by making 4 columns.

In column A, list the equations for multiples of 12. In column B, write numbers 1-14, but skip 5 and 11. In column C, list and repeat the following pattern: 2, 4, 6, 8, 0. Columns B and C will combine to show the products of each. 

Your table should look like this:

Equation

A

B

Products

12 x 1 =

1

2

12

12 x 2 =

2

4

24

12 x 3 =

3

6

36

12 x 4 =

4

8

48

12 x 5 =

6

0

60

12 x 6 =

7

2

72

12 x 7 =

8

4

84

12 x 8 =

9

6

96

12 x 9 =

10

8

108

12 x 10 =

12

0

120

12 x 11 =

13

2

132

12 x 12 =

14

4

144

 

Pretty simple right? And it gets the job done

Tip No 2

Multiplying tables 2 and 10 was easy, right? You can use them to generate your table of 12.

Table of 2

Table of 10

Addition

Results

2x1=2

10x1=10

2+10

12

2x2=4

10x2=20

4+20

24

2x3=6

10x3=30

6+30

36

 

Test Questions to Try Out

To help you grasp the 12th multiplication table all the way, here are some questions you can attempt.

Question 1

  • ___ x ___ = 12
  • 12 x 2 = ___
  • 12 x 6 = ___
  • 8 x ___ = 96
  • ___ x ___ = 60
  • 9 x ___ = 108

Question 2 

Jonny bought 4 loaves of bread from Susan. One loaf costs $3. How much did Jonny pay for all 4 loaves?

1 loaf = $3

4 loaves =___?

3 x 4 = 12

4 loaves cost $12

Question 3

Jessica wants to bake 120 cookies. Her oven only bakes 10 cookies at a time. Can you work out how many batches will she need to get 120 cookies?

10 cookies = 1 batch

120 cookies = ___? Batches. Or 10x___ = 120 cookies

10x12=120 cookies. She’ll need 12 batches

Question 4

We have seven days in each week. How many days will you find in 12 weeks?

Additional Practice Questions

  • How many groups of 12 can you get out of 84?
  • What are 12 groups of 5? 
  • How about 12 times 7? 
  • Can you figure out 4 groups of 12?

See, you're already getting in some practice. 

Memorizing the Multiplication Table to 12

Gaining mastery over the bigger numbers in your math multiplication table early on may help you overcome more advanced math like calculus, graphing, or some other complex math. 

You can always turn to math problem solvers, but where’s the fun in that? Math is great if you can work it out mentally—and fast.

Memorizing Tips

  • Hang up the times chart and have a regular time when you go through it. It doesn't have to be a plain chart. Draw the 12-hour clock, use your favorite colors, or highlight the tougher sections so you can focus on them.
  • Start by focusing on the simpler tables, like 2, 5, and 10. You’ll find it easier to understand patterns.
  • Create silly songs around the table of 12
  • Reward yourself when you start mastering some sections of the table. Set yourself a target, like mastering the tougher questions like 12x7=84 and 12x9=108. Treat yourself when you master them. 

Common Questions

Do You Really Need To Master Multiplication Tables?

Imagine you want to buy your best friend two dozen cookies. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could work out the math in your head to know how much you need to earn? And when you can figure out the answer by yourself, you can feel confident and independent. 

Will 12 Multiplied by Any Number Always Result in an Even Number?

Yes, the answer is always an even number. That includes 13x12, which equals 156, or 17x12, which equals 204.

More Help for You!

From multiplication tables to advanced mathematics, we have practical solutions that may help you improve your grades. We also have online tutors who can help you better grasp difficult math concepts. We’re here to help you succeed!

24x7 Tutor Chat

Tips, tricks, lessons, and tutoring to help reduce test anxiety and move to the top of the class.