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# Find the sum of last three digits of S,where

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03 Nov 2007, 12:33
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Find the sum of last three digits of S,where S=871*873*875*878*881*883
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03 Nov 2007, 14:50
Pzazz wrote:
Find the sum of last three digits of S,where S=871*873*875*878*881*883

Did u make this up?
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03 Nov 2007, 14:59
I think the answer is 3...?

I just did straight calculation and a little deduction towards the end to get the answer quicker.
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03 Nov 2007, 15:13
Pzazz wrote:
Find the sum of last three digits of S,where S=871*873*875*878*881*883

using the calculator the last three digits is 0.. so sum is zero. cant imagine this being on the test though.. what is the source?

in case anyone is curious the product looks like this:
454,434,797,879,039,000.00
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