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Q: What is the factor form and repeated multiplication for 9?

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3*3

9 = 3^2

Factor strings are multiplication sentences. 3 x 3 is a factor string for 9.

-14/9

Multiplication is repeated addition. For example if you add 3+3+3, that equals 9. You are adding 3, 3 times, so it becomes the multiplication problem 3x3=9.

0.8181818181... = 9/11

The number or expression that is used as a factor in a repeated multiplication base could also mean the type of number system being used.Binary is base 2 mathematics normal everyday mathematics such as 9+9=18 is base 10

Not sure that there is multiplication sentence there.

0.44444444444 (repeated) or 4/9 The simplest form of that is 0.4 which is 44/99 or 4/9

9% the decimal form: __ 0.090 repeated Hope this helps -J

It is 32/9 as an improper fraction in its simplest form

A factor is a number by which another is exactly divisible. In the multiplication sentence 9 x 4 = 36, 9 and 4 are factors of 36.

divide the known factor into the product if stated x times 8 = 72 x = 72 divided by 8 x = 9

so you say that 3*3 equals 9 but the multiplication fact for it is 9 divide by 9 which would equal 1

There is no common factor (other than 1) of 5 and 9 so 5/9 is already in simplest form.

1x3=3x3=9

-8.444... = -76/9 = -8 4/9 -8.48484... = -280/33 = -8 16/33

There are none. 51 has 17 as a factor, and that, being a prime, cannot be obtained by multiplication of 1-9.

Multiplication is an addition 'that' number of times. 3*3 = 9 3+3+3 = 9

11¼. Division by a fraction is mathematically equivalent to multiplication by its reciprocal.9 divided by four fifths in simplest form is 45 over 4

6 + 9 + 12 x 5 = 75 (The multiplication is done first)

180/63 factor out 9 9*20/9*7 eliminate 9; top and bottom 20/7 ----------simplest form

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9*10 10*9

9 x 9