Here are some more multiplication puzzles for you to solve.
BUT, this time, unlike the page NineDigits&EqualProducts, where we use all nine digits to make two identical products, we only have one multiplication here. So the nine digits make the two factors and the product at the same time.
Here is an example: 297 × 18 = 5346
As far as the two factors and the product are concerned, only the digits from 1 to 9 show uponce and only once!
Some of the problems below are just like the example above, and some are imposters. Fill in the blanks with the products of ONLY those problems that are like the example. (Leave the others blank.)

In the last four problems, the digits of the factors are missing and replaced by *** (stars). Replace the stars with the correct digits in order to have the product shown.

G.L. also has his own special variation on the "9 digits" style, too. Here are two products  8614 and 5986. Find a way to use the five remaining digits in each case to form three factors, producing those numbers. It's easier than it looks.
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