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No, 82 is not a multiple of 9 because 9 can not be multiplied by any whole number to get 82. (9x9=81, 9x10=90, there is no 82 in between).

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No, 82 is not a multiple of 9 because 9 can not be multiplied by any whole number to get 82. (9x9=81, 9x10=90, there is no 82 in between).

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82/9 = 9 and 1/9

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