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4th grade Math

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hello,

I'm helping my son with his assignment but unsure if the answer is correct. Please help advise.

Milton needs to find the product of two numbers. One of the numbers is 9. The answer also needs to be 9. How will he solve this problem? Explain.

3 x 3 = 9

or

1 x 9 = 9

thanks much in advance.

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    Since one of the numbers is 9, then your second answer is right.

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    thanks again Ms. Sue :-)

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    You're welcome, Zack.

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    3*3 wouldn't work because on of the numbers needs to be 9, so the only possible answer is 1*9

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    1x9

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    What is the sum of the six -three digit numbers that have the digits 1,2, and 6?

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    9Times1equals9

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    I need help it the same as what Zack's problem is please and thank you.

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    3*3¨9 or 1*9¨9

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