If O represents the number of integers between 10000 and 100000 all whose digits are odd, and E represents all the number of integers between 10000 and 100000 all of whose digits are even, what is the value of O-E?
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All numbers within the range have 5 digits. For any one digit, you have 5 choices (1,3,5,7, or 9), so \(O=5^5\).
You can determine \(E\) similarly, but keep in mind that the first digit can't be \(0\).
Oh, I get it now. I thought it meant the amount of odd numbers between 10000 and 100000, which would be a lot more
So for E, even numbers, you would have 4 choices (2,4,6,8)
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Right, if we're only counting odd numbers we only need to check the last digit.
The first digit of every number in \(E\) has 4 choices, yes (2,4,6, or 8), but every digit after that can also be a \(0\), so those have 5 choices.
And since the other digits can be 0, that should be 5^4
so in total
and from there it's just basic subtraction
No problem. You can avoid actually computing the powers, though, and instead make a slight manipulation: