# Roman Numerals that multiply to 35, The Password Game Rule 9 answers

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When you start playing The Password Game, the rules are simple: a capital letter here, a number there, and so on. But as you reach double-digit rules, it gets more complicated. Rule 9 requires you to add Roman Numerals that multiply to 35.

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This can be pretty daunting task if you’re not familiar with Roman Numerals. Since we need ours to multiply and equal 35, let’s take a look and what Roman Numerals we may be using to solve Rule 9 of The Password Game.

1 = I

5 = V

10 = X

## Full list of Roman Numerals that multiply to 35

The important thing to keep in mind doing this rule is that you must multiply to equal 35. No addition, subtraction, or division; only multiplication.

Solving Rule 9 for The Password Game is pretty easy once we figure out all the factors of 35: 1, 5, 7, and 35.

By this logic, we have two possible equations that can multiply to equal 35.

• 35(XXXV) x 1(I)
• 7(VII) x 5(V)

These are the only two ways to use multiplication to reach 35. Therefore, the Roman Numerals that multiply to 35 are XXXV and I OR VII and V.

You need to make sure the two sets of Roman Numerals are separated from each other and capitalized. For example, “xxxv” does not register as a Roman Numeral. Furthermore, XXXVI would register as the Roman Numeral for 36, not 35 and one.

If you’re having trouble getting Rule 9 to update as completed using either of those sets of Roman Numerals, try copy and pasting either of these strings to the end of your password: XXXVzI OR VIIzV.

Now that you have added Roman Numerals that multiply to 35 to your password, you are good to continue to the next rule. If you find yourself getting stuck on Rule 13 involving the current phase of the moon as an emoji, check out our guide!

## All The Password Game rules

Adding Roman Numerals that multiply to 35 is arguably the first really tricky Rule in The Password Game, but there are plenty of others. Here are solutions to all the other The Password Game rules as well as some of our guides on how to complete them:

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