# Year 4- Identify patterns in the 6 x table.

Look at the 6 x table:

1 x 6 =6

2 x 6=12

3 x 6=18

4 x 6=24

5 x 6= 30

6 x 6= 36

7 x 6= 42

8 x 6= 48

9 x 6= 54

10 x 6=60

What patterns can you identify?

Do the patterns continue? Prove it!

Key vocabulary:

multiples,  ones, tens, double, halve, even, odd, pattern,

## 19 thoughts on “Year 4- Identify patterns in the 6 x table.”

1. Umayr Khan

The answer that you times by 2 4 6 8 go’s in the 12 time tablet

2. Alisha Riaz

6 Times Table:

The patterns that i have found within, the 6 times table. is each answer increase by 6. For example 1 x 6 = 6, if you do 2 x 6 = 12. the number has doubled.

Example of this:

10 x 6 = 60.
11 x 6 = 66.
12 x 6 = 72.

so this is correct,

3. Hamdia Darwish

The pattern in the odd numbers are that all the answers are 5 more or less and the pattern of the even numbers are like for example 10 times 6 = 60. The patterns carry on like even then odd.

4. Louis Sanders

The pattern of the 6 X table is that the answer ends with the same digit as the ones digit of what it is multiplied by.

The second pattern is for the odd numbers, which is multiplied by six.

5. Kayden-Shai Roberts

One pattern is for the even numbers.
Every even number which is multiplied by 6 the answer includes a even in the ones column.
For example:8 x 6= 48

The second pattern is for odd numbers.
Every odd number which is multiplyied by 6, the ones column in the answer and the ones column in the number multiplied has a difference of 5.
For example: 9×6=54 (9-4=5)

6. Usman Khan

1.one pattern is the even numbers .Every

even number wich is multipled by 6 the answer includes a even in the ones column.
For example:8×6=48
The second pattern is for odd numbers .
Every odd number which is multiplied by 6, the one column in the answer and the answers and the ones column in the ones column in the number multipleyed by 6 has a difference of 5.ect 9×6 =54 (9-4 =5

7. Inaaya Khan

One pattern is for the even numbers.
Every even number which is multiplied by 6 the answer includes a even number in the ones column.
For example:8×6=48

The second pattern is for odd numbers.
Every odd number which is multiplied by 6,the ones column in the answer and the ones column in the number multiplied has a difference of 5.
For example:9×6=54 {0x5=5}

8. Hamda Finger

One pattern is for the even numbers.
Every even number which is multiplied by the 6 the answer includes a even in the ones column.
For example: 8 x 6 =48

The second pattern is for the odd numbers.
Every odd number which is multiplied by the 6,by the ones column in the answer and the ones column in the number multiplied has a difference of 5.
For example: 9 x 6 =54 ( 9 – 4 =5)

9. Kaiden Dryden

One pattern is for the even numbers.
Every even number which is multiplied by 6 the answer includes a even number in the ones colum.
For example:8 x 6 = 48

The second pattern is for odd numbers.
Every odd number which is multiplied has a difference of 5
For example: 9×6=54 (9-4=5)

10. Inaaya Khan

Safa Khan completed work above.

11. Sami Mohammed

For example
6 12 and 12 is on the 12 times table you need to double it

The patterns I have noticed all the answers are even numbers I know this because 6 is a even number.
The patterns I have notice are if you know your 3 x tables you can just double the number EG:3×1=3 double 6×1=6.

13. Inaaya Khan

One pattern is for even numbers.
Every even number wich is multiplied by 6 the answer includes a even number in the ones column .

The second pattern is for odd numbers which is multiplied by 6,the ones column in the answer and the ones column in the number multiplied has a difference of 5.
For example: 9 x 6 = 81 ( 6-1=5)

14. Moman Loan

The patterns I have noticed are if you double the 3 times table
For an example 3×3=6

The pattens I have noticed are all the even multipuls are the sales in the answer
For an example 2×6 = 12

15. Layla-Jayne Entwistle

The patterns I have noticed are is that all the multiples in the six x table are in the 3 x table.My example is 14×3=42.

16. Priya Mattu

The patterns I have noticed are in the 3x table if you double the answer you will get the answer for the 6x table

4×3=12
4×6=24

17. Sami Mohammed

The pattern i have noticed is every even number when x by 6 the answer is in 24 times table

18. Rudaba Wajid

The patterns I have noticed are the one is the same as the answer for the ones column.
For example:2×6=12

19. Priya Mattu

The patterns I have noticed are when you times a even number by6 the answer is the same as the ones column for example 4×6=24