Multiples of 9

Some of the multiples of include

9

18

56

900

90

All numbers which can be divided or is a product of 9 is a multiple of 9. The multiples are also called factors and it depends on their use in the equation too.

What is a multiple of 9?

Any number that can be denoted in the form 9n where n is an integer is a multiple of 9. So if two values p and q are there, we say that q is a multiple of p if q = np for some integer n.

For example, 9, 16, 900 and 99 are all multiples of 9 for the following reasons

81

=

9

x

9

18

=

9

x

2

900

=

9

x

100

99

=

9

x

11

These values are called as multiples as these values are obtained by adding or subtracting original value many times.

The multiples of 9

Multiplication:

Multiples of 9:

9 x 1

9

9 x 2

18

9 x 3

27

9 x 4

36

9 x 5

45

9 x 6

54

9 x 7

63

9 x 8

72

9 x 9

81

9 x 10

90

9 x 11

99

9 x 12

108

9 x 13

117

9 x 14

126

9 x 15

135

9 x 16

144

9 x 17

153

9 x 18

162

9 x 19

171

9 x 20

180

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Practise This Question

If [sin1x]>[cos1x] where [.] denotes the greatest integer function, then the set of values of x is: