23 x 1☐ = 29☐
882 x 9☐ = 8☐262
1☐1 x ☐14 = 11☐14
☐5 x 3☐8 = 89☐0
☐60 x 7☐3 = 64☐580
1☐98 x ☐86 = 87☐828
Each red box represents a missing digit.
Can you find out what they are?
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23 x 13 = 299
882 x 91 = 80262
101 x 114 = 11514
25 x 358 = 8950
860 x 753 = 647580
1498 x 586 = 877828
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