How many even three-digit positive integers have the property that exactly two of the integer's digits are even?

Guest Nov 20, 2020

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Alright, here we go. Lets count out how many there are for odd starting numbers, and then even starting numbers.

For odd: The next two have to be even. So 5 possibilities per row, 5 rows, 25 possibilities for 1,3,5,7,9. So 125 for odd

For even its a bit more complicated. Zero doesn't count because that would be 2 digits. So we start with 2. 50 possibilities for that one. x 4. 200. Answers 325. I know I'm not clear but there's the answer.

325. For all you people that don't want to read.

Imnotamaster Nov 20, 2020

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Best Answer

Alright, here we go. Lets count out how many there are for odd starting numbers, and then even starting numbers.

For odd: The next two have to be even. So 5 possibilities per row, 5 rows, 25 possibilities for 1,3,5,7,9. So 125 for odd

For even its a bit more complicated. Zero doesn't count because that would be 2 digits. So we start with 2. 50 possibilities for that one. x 4. 200. Answers 325. I know I'm not clear but there's the answer.

325. For all you people that don't want to read.

Imnotamaster Nov 20, 2020