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Find the number of 4-digit numbers(in base 10) having non-zero digits and which are
divisible by 4 but not by 8.
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@prakash33
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@satellite73 HELP ME SIR
NotTim
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What's ind?
goformit100
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Where ind ?
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Oops. Had to zoom out. that's Find.
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Just wondering...this statistics?
Peter14
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the number of 4-digit numbers with only 2 2s in the prime factorization
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with nonzero digits
anonymous
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this looks like a pain
anonymous
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i mean it would be easy except for the non zero part
goformit100
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Ya can't understand the question Please Help Me Fully
anonymous
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you can forget the 1000's place, since that one since it has no bearing on where the number is divisible by 8
Peter14
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are you looking for the answer or the process?
if you are looking only for the answer, I would recommend writing an excel program
AravindG
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@goformit100 Are you taking an online test ?? I see that you are posting questions very frequently and that you closed the last question when I asked you to draw a figure?
AravindG
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@Peter14 I completely agree with you
goformit100
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My Question was wrong
goformit100
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So @satellite73 i thing that the question should be closed
AravindG
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Strange how could two questions consecutively posted become wrong ?
anonymous
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it had to be divisible by 4, maybe we can simply list how many
if it ends in a 2 or 6 the the tens place has to be 3, 5, 7, 9
if it ends in a 4 or 8 then the tens place has to be 2, 4, 6, 8
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That was the reason of closing the question, I Swear I am not Spamming.
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@AravindG It was a typing error
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Thank you @satellite73 Sir