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Suppose that \(\begin{array}{@{}c@{\;}c@{}c@{}c} && &P_b \\ & \times & & P_b \\ \ = & & Q & P_b, \\ \end{array}\)where \(P\)\(Q\), and \(b\) represent three distinct digits 1-9. If \(Q=\frac{P}{2}\) and \(P\) is two less than \(b\), what is the value of the digit \(P\) ?

 Nov 13, 2018
edited by Guest  Nov 13, 2018
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Sorry, can't understand your question the way it is written!!.

 Nov 14, 2018
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Me neither.

 Nov 14, 2018

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