if in the division  A and B represent different digits,then what is the sum of A and B, if the remainder is zero?
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The table shows all possible answers for A÷B with no remainder using digits 1-9 for A and B, where A is not equal to B. For example, A=6, B=2, B divides exactly into A and the sum of A and B is 8, so the cell (6,2) contains 8.

 

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