Q: What 3 digit number multiplied by 1 digit equals a 4 digit number only using the numbers 1 - 8?

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Any prime numbers of about 66 or 67 digits will do.

The answer is vague but correct . Take any two prime numbers whose combined digit length is 501 and their product will generate a 500 or a 501 digit number.

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32 x 32 = 1024

Yes.

80 and 625

731 and 137

There are two answers to this question; When you multiply 1738 by 4 you get 6952 When you multiply 1963 by 4 you get 7852

93 and 7 would be an example.

2 digit number

NO digit multiplied by 3 equals 1. 1*1 is the only equation that equals 1. Answered by: Emilio Aranda_EL Paso, Tx (Emilioa)

This is not true. Think about any 4 digit multiplied by 1. This remains a 4 digit. In the case of any 4 digit under 5000, multiplied by two would also be a 4 digit number

There are 54 such numbers.There are 54 such numbers.There are 54 such numbers.There are 54 such numbers.

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Two consecutive two digit numbers that when multiplied give the product of 812 are 28 and 29.

It is far from clear what is meant by a "5 digit word". (1/2) multiplied by 4 = 2 which is (1/2) flipped but I am not aware of a 5-digit word or even a five letter word for 1/2.

Six.

There are 17 such numbers.

A decimal number is multiplied by a non-decimal number the same way any two numbers are multiplied together. The place value of the numbers being multiplied must be kept in mind though. So if 2x3=6, just as 2x30=60, 2x0.3 would be 0.6. For numbers with more than one digit, you would treat the multiplication the same way as for non decimal numbers.

It appears that only single digit numbers work (0 thru 9)

Since the greatest digit is 9 and the greatest 2-digit number is 99, the product of them is 891.

11 and 16.

3 digit numbers can be written as 4 digit numbers, with the first digit being a 0. This works for all number systems.

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