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Q: What multiplication fact can help you find 1 x 9?

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37*1=37

1 x 17, 17 x 1.

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

1*114 = 114 is one such fact.

The multiplication fact 1 x 85 = 85 with 1 and 85 adds to 86; The multiplication fact 2 x 84 = 168 with 2 and 84 adds to- 86; etc. But I don't quite think that is what you mean; I think you mean what are the factor pairs of 86: 1 x 86 & 2 x 43.

1 x 33, 3 x 11

It is: 1 times 23 = 23 which is a prime number

The simplest answer is 1 times 75.

1 x 15, 3 x 5 = 15

2x2=4

7 times 7 = 49 or 1 times 49 = 49

1 x 63, 3 x 21, 7 x 9.

25 x 3 75 x 1 15 x 5

4*3=12 6*2=12 12*1=12

1 x 92, 2 x 46, 4 x 23.

That's related with:* The fact that 1 is the identity element of multiplication* The fact that division is the inverse operation of multiplication.Take any number, "n" (not equal to zero).Take the statement that n / n = 1. To get the equivalent multiplication, turn it all around: 1 x n = n.This is equivalent to stating that 1 is the "identity element" of multiplication.

This is most often defined as the set of multiplication problems created by single-digit numbers. It includes problems from 1 x 1 to 9 x 9. Some people extend the definition to include multiplication problems up to 12 x 12.

There are many possible answers, such as 0.1 * 1300 A simple one to remember is 1*130

1 x 35, 5 x 7, 7 x 5, 35 x 1 = 35

1 x 51, 3 x 17, 17 x 3, 51 x 1 = 51

1/2 * 1/6

1 x 232, 2 x 116, 4 x 58, 8 x 29.