If \(n=1d41\), where \(d\) represents a base-8 digit (and \(1d41\) represents a four-digit number whose second digit is \(d\)), then what is the sum of all possible values of \(n\) in base 10?
The meaning of this question is not clear to me.
Is 1d41 a base 8 number?
I think what he means is, \(d\) is a base 8 digit as well as the second digit of number \(1d41\)🤷♂️
I think you have done this question before... :)