Math and Arithmetic

# What do you get when you multiply 6 by 9?

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###### 2010-03-11 18:12:11

54

(I always knew there was something fundamentally wrong with the universe.)

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## Related Questions

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

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

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

5x/6 = -9/6Multiply both sides of the equation by 6:5x = -9Divide both sides by 5:x = -9/5

you multiply the two numbers before the =. ex. 4x8=. the 4 and the 8 are the numbers you multiply another is 6x9=. the 6 and the 9 are the numbers you multiply.

5/6 or 9/11 cross multiply 5*11 = 55 6*9 = 54 since 55 &gt; 54, then 5/6 &gt; 9/11

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

There is a very easy way to solve this! In order to figure out what was the number that yields 9 when divided by 6, all you need to do is multiply 9 by 6 to find your answer! So, 9 x 6 = 54. 54 / 6 = 9! Your answer is 54.

The answer to 7 x 6 plus 9 is 51. You have to multiply 7 by 6 which equals 42 and add 9 onto it which equals 51.

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

What is the height? You need to multiply 9*6*Height. If you're talking about 2D objects, it would be 9*6=54.

6 5/9 = 59/9Multiply the 6 by the nine in the denominator and add it to 5 in the numerator.

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

It need not be. 1.5 * 6 = 9, which is bigger than 6, not smaller.

You first multiply 6 by 13 giving you 78. Then subtract 9 giving you 69. Then subtract 6*6 which is 36 giving you 33. Then you subtract 9 to get 24.

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