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Q: What 2 digit number times 1 digit number equals 378?

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663,768

The first ten positive integer multiples of 378 are: 1 x 378 = 378 2 x 378 = 756 3 x 378 = 1134 4 x 378 = 1512 5 x 378 = 1890 6 x 378 = 2268 7 x 378 = 2646 8 x 378 = 3024 9 x 378 = 3402 10 x 378 = 3780

378/100 or 189/50= 378%/100%= 378/100 or 189/50

The numbers are: 378 and 42 because (9*42)*42 = 15876

378% or 3.78 as a decimal

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There are actually three answers to your question: 42 * 9, 54 * 7, and 63 * 6 all equal 378.

How about: 14*27 = 378 as one example

1 times 378 equals 378.

378

189

42 x 9 or 63 x 6

42 because... 9x = 378 x = 378/9 x = 42

663,768

1 and 2.

Because its final digital sum equals 9

The answer is 567. 2x189=378. 3x189=567.

Answer1 x 9 (number of 1 digit numbers) plus 2 x 89 (number of 2 digit numbers) plus 3(number of 3 digit numbers) x 347 = 1228 The correct answer is 1323. Here is how you do it.1 digit numbers = 92 digit numbers = 90 (99-9) number of 2 digit numbers - number of 1 digit numbers3 digit numbers = 378 (477-99) number of 3 digit numbers - number of 1 & 2 digit numbersSo, the solution is:1x9 = 92x90 = 1803x378 = 11349+180+378 = 1323

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