# Q: What is the digital root of 123

A: 6

A: 6

The digital root of a number is calculated by splitting the digits of a number and then adding them together. You keep splitting and adding the digits until you reach a single positive number.

Split the number up and add each digit together:

1 + 2 + 3 = 6

What is the digital root of number 123?

Answer: **6**

General Questions

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Factoring Questions

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Miscellaneous Questions

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