Did You Know The Multiples Of 9 Can Be Used To Make The Number 9?

You’re probably thinking what the hek does that even mean? Multiples of 9, if separated, can be used to make the number 9.

Multiples of 9 Add Up To 9

For example, 9×3 = 27. If you separate 27 to give 2 and 7, adding the 2 and 7 together gives 9.

This is true for the first 10  multiples of 9.

1×9 =  9     0+9 = 9
2×9 = 18    1+8 = 9
3×9 = 27    2+7 = 9
4×9 = 36   3+6 = 9
5×9 = 45   4+5 = 9
6×9 = 54   5+4 = 9
7×9 = 63   6+3 = 9
8×9 = 72   7+2 = 9
9×9 = 81   8+1 = 9
10×9 = 90 9+0 = 9

There you go. Hopefully you understand what I was getting at now!

It is also a very useful way to check if you’re answer for calculations with the number 9 are correct, that is if it is within the first 10 multiples.

You now have permission to go ahead and amaze everyone with this fact.

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