I saw the following on mathfail.com, and thought about it a bit

Notice that the +4 here is entirely misdirection.  This is really just a statement that the sum of the digits of any integer power of 9 up to 81, is 9.

It also appears to be true that, for integer a in $$[1, N+1]$$

$(N a) \text{div} (N+1) + (N a) \text{mod} (N + 1) = N.$

This is demonstrated in the following Mathematica Manipulate

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However, I’m unsure how to prove or disprove this?