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A * B = 100,000

Posted by Rajesh Lal on April 25, 2010 – 6:12 pm

Two numbers with no zeros in their make-up can be multiplied
to create 10,000. They are 625 and 16. It is also possible to have two
numbers multiplied together with no zeros that equal 100,000 and
1,000,000? What are each of these pairs?


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  1. 1. Chris Z Said:

    32 x 3125 = 100,000
    64 x 15,625 = 1,000,000

  2. 2. John24 Said:

    This pattern continues forever.
    2^n where n = number of zeros in the value
    10,000 / 2^4 = 625
    100,000 / 2^5 = 3125
    1,000,000 / 2^6 = 15625
    10,000,000 / 2^7 = 78125

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