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Re: How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product [#permalink]
17 Oct 2010, 05:00

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How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product of their digits is 210? (A) 24 (B) 30 (C) 48 (D) 54 (E) 72

210=1*2*3*5*7=1*6*5*7. (Only 2*3 makes the single digit 6).

So, four digit numbers with combinations of the digits {1,6,5,7} and {2,3,5,7} and three digit numbers with combinations of digits {6,5,7} will have the product of their digits equal to 210.

{1,6,5,7} # of combinations 4!=24 {2,3,5,7} # of combinations 4!=24 {6,5,7} # of combinations 3!=6

Re: How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product [#permalink]
30 Jun 2011, 02:34

1. read question carefully--it says no \(< 10,000\) that means \(10,000 < 4 digit > 999\)and 3 digit \(< 1000\)2. so now 210 has factors \(7,5,3,2,1\)

case 1 : four digit is possible with 7,5,3,2 because multiplication of digit\(=210\) \(4!= 24\) case 2 : we take 3X2=6 and then we can include 1 for four digit no, so no are 7,5,6,1 \(4!=24\)

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see other muliplication or cases cannot be included because multiplication goes to 2 digit no . ex \(7 X 3 =21\). which is not possible

case 3 : 3 digit no, we can only take 7,6,5 so \(3!=6\) adding all the case \(1,2,3= 54\)that is our answer D. see gmat will not go complicate these kind of question further so all the best _________________

Re: How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product [#permalink]
10 Feb 2013, 13:05

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how many positive integers less than 9999 are such that the product of their digits is 210.

A.24 B.30 C.48 D.56 E.72

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The prime factorization of 210 is 2*3*5*7. So one way to make the right kind of number is to use those four digits, in any of the 4! = 24 orders you can put them in.

Notice though that we can also get 210 as a product by multiplying 5, 6 and 7. So we can make some 3-digit numbers with the right product: 3! = 6 of them to be exact.

But we can also get the right product using the digit 1 along with the digits 5, 6, and 7. Again we can arrange those digits in 4! = 24 orders.

So adding up the possible ways to make the right kinds of number, there are 24+24+6 = 54 ways. I think there might be a typo in your answer choices? _________________

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Re: How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product [#permalink]
06 Sep 2014, 21:59

cvsmech wrote:

How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product of their digits is 210?

A. 24 B. 30 C. 48 D. 54 E. 72

at first & got no answer for this question by missing the possibility for 3 digit number

prime factor of 210- 2 3 5 7 ... we could make 4! combination using this.. 6(2*3) , 5, 7 , 1 again 4! ... since number could be also three digits 6, 5 ,7 in 3!

Re: How many positive integers less than 10,000 are such that the product [#permalink]
05 Mar 2015, 20:58

anik1989 wrote:

how many positive integer less than 10,000 such that product of their digits is 210? ans- 54 how come??

hi anik1989, 210= 2*3*5*7.... now there cannot be any two digits numbers satisfying the condition, as only one set of the numbers (2,3) will give you a single digit... 1) three digits number will consist of 6,5,7.. ways to arrange these three digits = 3!=6.. 2) four digits number will consist of 2,3,5,7 or 1,6,5,7... each will have 4!=24.. TOTAL 24*2=48... TOTAL 1+2=6+48=54... Hope it helped

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