# Special sequence

What if

2×9=1

3×9=2

4×9=3

5×9=4

6×9=5

7×9=6

8×9=7

9×9=8

10×9=9

then 1×9=???

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2×9=1

3×9=2

4×9=3

5×9=4

6×9=5

7×9=6

8×9=7

9×9=8

10×9=9

then 1×9=???

answer with solutions. .. ..

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