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If 8 x divisor is 2 digit, divisor must be 12 or less

If fist digit quotient x divisor is 3 digit, the first digit has to be 9 and the divisor is 12

9 x 12 = 108

8 x 12 = 96

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Q: When a divisor is multiplied by the first digit of the quotient it will equal a three digit number When the divisor is multiplied by eight it will equal a two digit number?
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