Nicholas is playing a math game.  He needs to use the following clues to write a 5 digit number:

The number consists of 3 different digits

All the the digits are even numbers greater than 0 The value of the ones digit is1/10 of the value of the 10s digit. The value of the 10th digit is 10 tines as much as the value of the hundredth digit the sun of the tenths and hundredth digits is equal to the hundreds digits. The sum of tens and ones digits is equal to the tenths digit.
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answered Apr 16 by anonymous

The values tell us that the repeated digits give the format ABB.CC.

A is the hundreds digit, B is the tens and ones digit, and C is the tenths and hundredth digit.

Also, A=C+C=2C, B+B=C, so C=2B, and A=2C=4B.

The only available digits are 2, 4, 6, 8.

Therefore B=2, C=4 and A=8 and the number is 822.44.

answered Apr 16 by Rod Top Rated User (592,680 points)

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