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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?

 Jul 27, 2022
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The sum of all possible values of n is 5488.

 Jul 27, 2022
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The meaning of this question is not clear to me.

Is 1d41 a base 8 number? 

 Jul 28, 2022
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@Melody

     I think what he means is, \(d\) is a base 8 digit as well as the second digit of number \(1d41\)🤷‍♂️

Limpeklimpe  Jul 28, 2022
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Melody,

 

I think you have done this question before... :)

 

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/if-where-represents-a-base-8-digit-and-represents

nerdiest  Jul 28, 2022
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haha... Melody feel senses of déjà vu? 

Limpeklimpe  Jul 28, 2022
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ya

 

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nerdiest  Jul 28, 2022
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Thanks guys, you are right :)

 

Except last time the meaning was made clear, this time it was not :)

 Jul 29, 2022

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