The digits product of two digit has number four
I am a three digit number. all of my digit is multiples of 2. my hundreds digit is the lowest even number. the sum of my digits is 16. the units digit is the same as the difference between my hundreds and tens digits.
The question cannot be answered. All that I know about your number is that is has at least 4 digits. Your number could be a hundred digits long - I have no way of knowing.
Take the smallest 2-digit number (10), and see how many digits you get when you multiply it by itself.Also, take the largest possible 2-digit number (99), and see how many digits you get when you multiply it by itself.
It can have up to 5 digits.
The answer depends on which digit is 5 and what the other digits are!
this question doesnt make sense
You had me until "product." The product of 4 digits can't be prime.
The greatest number is 7.
There is no number. 100 is the only one that has a hundreds digit. It's impossible.
The 2-digit number must be 20, because it is the only 2-digit number whose sum of its two even digits, 2 + 0 = 2, is greater than the product of its two even digits, 2 x 0 = 0. Moreover, 20 is a product of the two consecutive integers 4 and 5.
22621, 44742, 66863, 88984
The number is 83.