Proof that a natural number multiplied by some integer results in a number with only one and zero as digits
Why (directly!) does every number divide 9, 99, 999, … or 10, 100, 1000, …, or their product?
Let $n$ be a natural number co-prime with 10, and $m$, another natural number consisting entirely of $1$'s. How do you show that that for every $n$, there exists an $m$ such that $n$ divides $m$?