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Q: What number am I I am a 3 digit number. The digit in the hundreds place is 4 times the digit in the ten place. The digit in the ones place is the sum of the digits in the hundreds and ten places. If t?

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If the number formed by the last three digits is divisible by 8. This requires that: if the digit in the hundreds place is even, the last two digits must form a number divisible by 8 and if the digit in the hundreds place is odd, the last two digits must form a number divisible by 4 but not by 8.

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There is a lot of answer for this, but I tell you one. The answer is 6541.

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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.

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The places are always the same no matter what the digits are. The value is obtained by multiplying the place times the digit. Starting from the right, the places in an 8-digit number are ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands, millions and ten millions.

I think the answer is 612!1 (tens digit) which is odd is half of 2 (hundreds digit) and the sum is (6+1+2=9).

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