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54

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Q: What do you get when you multiply 6 by 9?

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-33

-1 and 181 and -18 -2 and 9 2 and -9 -3 and 6 3 and -6

No. The closest you can get to getting 57 by multiplying a number by 6 in 54, which is 6 times 9.

Multiply 6 by 5 = 30 Divide it by 2 = 15 Add the 9 = 24

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You can multiply 2 and 9 to get 18. Alternatively, you can multiply 3 and 6 to get 18 as well.

9 x 6 = 54 54 + 3 = 57

9 1/6 Multiply 6 x 9 and add the 1 to get 55. The improper fraction is 55/6.

factors of 18: 1*18 2*9 3*6 6*3 9*3

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Divide 54 by 6 and then multiply the answer by itself. Thus 54/6 = 9 9*9 = 81, so answer = 81.

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-6 and -9

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9, 2 and 6. 9 x 2 = 18 18 x 6 = 108

No because you cannot multiply 6 by any whole number to get 9.

36 and 1 18 and 2 9 and 4 6 and 6