**In the grid below, look for pairs of numbers that add up to a multiple of 11.**

9 | 46 | 79 | 13 |

64 | 90 | 2 | 97 |

25 | 31 | 20 | 22 |

4 | 52 | 55 | 7 |

Are there any numbers that can only have one partner?

Are there any numbers that could have more than one partner?

What is special about numbers which have the same set of partners?

**Can you find every possible pair?
How can you be sure you haven't missed any?**

Here is another grid.

11 | 54 | 93 | 15 |

76 | 106 | 2 | 115 |

29 | 37 | 24 | 26 |

4 | 62 | 65 | 9 |

Thank you to Susanne Mallett from Comberton Village College for introducing us to this problem.