4th grade math

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I am a 2 digit number. You can divide me by every single digit except for 5 and 7. Add my digits together and the sum is 9. What number am I?

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    It's an even number

    Factors of 9:

    0 + 9 -- No
    1 + 8 -- No
    2 + 7 -- ?
    3 + 6 -- ?
    4 + 5 -- No

  • 4th grade math -

    Can't divide by 8 either, so I am stuck. This problem was on my actual homework today.

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    72

  • 4th grade math -

    ugh, thank you so much! I was not thinking hard enough.

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    no problem

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