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A math teacher wants to create a problem that involves multiplying a four-digit number by a
three-digit number. The four-digit number can only contain digits from 0 to 6, without repeats. The
three-digit number can only contains digits from 0 to 8, but repeats are allowed. How many such
problems are possible?

 Sep 26, 2021
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There are 42,858,516 problems possible.

 Sep 27, 2021

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