The E series of resistors do not allow to make a 1:10 divider bridge with e.g. 2 R22 values. You never will find a pair of values corresponding to an exact required ratio of 1:9.
Here is a trick to make a precision 1:10 divisor bridge with any resistor value that you may have in quantities in a drawer. You need 6 identical resistors:
The upper part of the bridge consist of 3 resistors in series. The lower part of the bridge consist of 3 resistors in parallel.
So you will get te exact ratio 3*r / (r/3) which is 1/9. When all the resistors are from the same batch, you will get an excellent precision, much better than the given individual precision of the resistors.