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Joe wants to break his clock, but he wants to do it in a specific pattern.  He destroys every 9th number in the current arrangement. In a normal 12 hour analog clock, starting with 1, what would be the last number that he destroys?<noinclude>[[category:Problem of the Day]]</noinclude>
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Joe wants to break his clock, but he wants to do it in a specific pattern.  He destroys every 9th number in the current arrangement. In a normal <math>12</math> hour analog clock, starting with <math>1</math>, what would be the last number that he destroys?<noinclude>[[category:Problem of the Day]]</noinclude>

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Joe wants to break his clock, but he wants to do it in a specific pattern. He destroys every 9th number in the current arrangement. In a normal $12$ hour analog clock, starting with $1$, what would be the last number that he destroys?

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