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bteja0

  • 2 years ago

1<x<9,0<y<9, xy0xy is a 5 digit number,least intiger which always divide the number perfectly for all values of x,y?......

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  1. shashi20008
    • 2 years ago
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    1001 it will be (considering you wanted the largest number, not the least one; as least one will always be 1) the answer can easily be justified by the fact that a two digit number when multiplied to 1001 will give the numbers of given format.

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