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The process of multiplication doesn't produce remainders.
The process of division does.

If you want to divide a 3-digit number by a one-digit number
and get a remainder of 8, try these:

107 divided by 9
116 divided by 9
125 divided by 9
134 divided by 9
143 divided by 9
.
.
Add as many 9s to 107 as you want to, and then divide the result by 9.
The remainder will always be 8.

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