Ahsanul Irfan

If you multiply 3 by 3, you get 9 Or, you will get 9, or, the answer will be 9, or, it will be 9
If you you multiply 3 by 3, you will get 9.
If you multiply 3 by 3, you get 9.
If you multiply 3 by 3, the answer will be 9.
If you multiply 3 by 3, it will be 9.
If you multiply 3 by 3, it's 9.
Which one is commonly used?

Answers · 8

“You get 9.” This is how it’s most commonly said in the US. And you’d most likely hear “times” as in, “if you multiply 3 times 3.”

You would typically say “when” not “if”.
You can replace “by” with “and” or “times”.
Any of your first 3 answers are ok, but I’d guess “you get 9” is the most common.