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Hello everyone, I just have one math question to ask. I always tend to get stuck on problems like these and I was wondering if someone on here could help me out, as well as help me understand so that I can feel a little more confident in answering these sort of problems on my own. I appreciate all of the help and I sincerely thank you in advance. Here's the question:

 

 

If ABCDE x 4 = EDCBA what is the number ABCDE? As usual with this type of problem each letter is a digit and different letters represent different digits.

 Jul 9, 2018
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See the answer here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/if-abcde-x-4-edcba-what-is-the-number-abcde-as-usual

 Jul 9, 2018
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Yeah, I did see this on a previous post. But somehow that answer was wrong, so. But thanks anways. :)

Guest Jul 9, 2018
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Try this "variations on a theme"!!.

 

142,857 x 2 =285,714 Same digits different order.

142,857 x 3 =428,571 ...........................................

142,857 x 4 =571,428 ...........................................

142,857 x 5 =714,285 ...........................................

142,857 x 6 =857,142 ...........................................

I fully realize that these are 6-digit numbers. But try different combinations of 5-digit numbers, you may just find the answer you are looking for. Gool luck. His answer above has a 9 in it but the other four were "1278" which are in the above 6 numbers.

 Jul 10, 2018

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