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How many of the integers between 1 and 400, inclusive, are not

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How many of the integers between 1 and 400, inclusive, are not divisible by 4 and do not contain any 4s as a digit?

A. 72
B. 251
C. 252
D. 323
E. 324


Since their are total 400 numbers..100 will be divided by 4 hence our answer will be less than 300 option D and E are out
now numbers which have digit 4 but not divisible by 4
14, 34, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 49, 54, 74, 94 = 12 nos.
Since last two digits are not divisible by 4 we can safely put one more digit in the next numbers
114, 134, 141, 142, 143, 146, 147, 149, 154, 174, 194
214, 234, 241, 242, 243, 246, 247, 249, 254, 274, 294
314, 334, 341, 342, 343, 346, 347, 349, 354, 374, 394

300 - 48 = 252 nos.
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Out of the total 400 integers that exist between 1 and 400,
there are 300 integers which are not divisible by 4,
Since we are asked how many integers do not contain a 4 as a digit as well.
We have numbers 14, 34, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 49, 54, 74, 94 in the range 1-100
which aren't divisible by 4.

Similarly, we have these integers in the ranges 100-200,200-300 and 300-400.
So there are a total of 48 integers which have a 4 but aren't divisible by 4.
So, total of such integers is 300 - 48 = 252 (Option C)
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Bunuel wrote:
How many of the integers between 1 and 400, inclusive, are not divisible by 4 and do not contain any 4s as a digit?

A. 72
B. 251
C. 252
D. 323
E. 324


Between 1 and 400, We have 100 multiples of 4

We can eliminate D and E, as the total numbers become 300.

Now lets look for a pattern in 1 - 100 range
1-10 0
10-20 1
30-40 1
40-50 7
50-60 1
60-70 0
70-80 1
80-90 0
90-100 1

Number of times 4 will be in that range => 12

Total will be 12*4 = 48

300-48 = 252

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Integers between 1 and 400 inclusive: 400

Integers Divisible by 4: (400-4)/4 + 1 = 100

Integers with Digit 4 in hundreds place: 1 (400)
Integers with Digit 4 in tens place: 40 (4 x 1 x 10: digits for hundred 0,1,2,3 / for tens 4 / for unit 0-9)
Integers with Digit 4 in units place: 36 (4 x 9 x 1: digits for hundred 0,1,2,3 / for tens 0-9 except 4 / for unit 4)

Total: 100+1+40+36 = 177

Correction for double count in 177 integers: 29
Between 0-99: 7 Integers (4,24,40,48,64,84)
Similarly, 7 Integers each between 100-199, 200-299, 300-399.
Finally, 1 integer 400

Integers not divisible by 4 and do not contain 4: 400-(177-29) = 252.
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Integers between 1 and 400 inclusive: 400

Integers Divisible by 4: (400-4)/4 + 1 = 100

Integers with Digit 4 in hundreds place: 1 (400)
Integers with Digit 4 in tens place: 40 (4 x 1 x 10: digits for hundred 0,1,2,3 / for tens 4 / for unit 0-9)
Integers with Digit 4 in units place: 36 (4 x 9 x 1: digits for hundred 0,1,2,3 / for tens 0-9 except 4 / for unit 4)

Total: 100+1+40+36 = 177

Correction for double count in 177 integers: 29
Between 0-99: 7 Integers (4,24,40,48,64,84)
Similarly, 7 Integers each between 100-199, 200-299, 300-399.
Finally, 1 integer 400

Integers not divisible by 4 and do not contain 4: 400-(177-29) = 252.
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Can we solve this question by using factorial? Then subtract numbers that have 4s with 400?
400/4 + 400/16 + 400/64 + 400/256
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