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Q: What is the units digits of 8 to the power of 50?

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The units digits start with 8 and go down in steps of 2. The units digit repeats every 5 multiples, The last pair of digits repeat every 25 multiples.

8 to the first power ends with 8.8 to the second power ends with 4 (8x8 = 64).8 to the third power ends with 2 (8x4 = 32).8 to the fourth power ends with 6 (8x2 = 16).9 to the fifth power ends with 8 (8x6 = 48).After this, the cycle repeats.

It is 8.

819 = 144115188075855872 The number in the units column is therefore 2.

In Ontario there are BRUCE with 8 units, DARLINGTON with 4 units, and PICKERING with 8 units. Not all are operational. See link below

Integers divisible by 8 have their last 3 digits divisible by 8. So: 2934829387957008 is divisible by 8 because the last three digits are divisible by 8 (008 / 8 = 1). 2348012934801298304400 is also (400 / 8 = 50). 123006 is not (006 / 8 = 0.75).

For you A+ Cheaters ;D it's 50!

815*537 = 2.56*1039 in standard form Therefore it will have 40 digits.

8 to the 5th power

When the units digit equals the tens digit then the sum of the digits of a 2 digit number is double the units digit. In each tens range above 50, numbers below this critical point meet the requirement, numbers above this critical point have a sum LESS than double the units digit. The applicable numbers are 51-54 (4), 61-65 (5), 71-76 (6), 81-87 (7) and 91-98 (8). Then there are 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 = 30 qualifying numbers.

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