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Here are some methods of Multiplication by 9.

Multiplication of any digit number in descending order with 9 :

( 1 ) 21 X 9
We will get 3 parts of the answer.
= 1 / 8 / 9 = 189
First part of the answer is obtained by subtracting 1 from the
1st digit of the Multiplicand. Second part of the answer is just
write one 8. The third part of the answer is the Compliment of the
last digit of the Multiplicand from 10.

( 2 ) 321 X 9
We will get 3 parts of the answer.
= 2 / 88 / 9 = 2889

( 3 ) 7654 X 9
We will get 3 parts of the answer
= 6 / 888 / 6 = 68886

Main rule is to remember is
If you multiply 2 digit number by 9 — Centre part is one 8
If you multiply 3 digit number by 9 — Centre part is two 8’s
If you multiply 4 digit number by 9 — Centre part is three 8’s

And go on and on.

R. Sujaritha
Muscat, Oman.

– The Vedic Maths Forum India

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1. how can we know the special digits,
for example 364*9=3276,
and 26*9=234,
and lots more were the rule doesn't apply.

2. it's only applying for nos. 4321,5432,543,21,32,98,987,e.t.c only for nos. in descending order not for all nos.

3. if you want the universal rule …here it is for two and more digits.
26 x 9
(1) Step-1 Add 1 in left last digit = 2+1=3