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When which of digits in 452*36*17 increase 1, the product will increase less than 1,000?-
A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 7
E. 4

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New post 25 May 2009, 00:21
vcbabu wrote:
When which of digits in 452*36*17 increase 1, the product will increase less than 1,000?-
A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 7
E. 4


It would be B.
When you increase the 1, the number is 452*36*27 and increases by 452*36*10 and is greater than 1000.
When you increase the 2, the number is 453*36*27 and increases by 36*27 which is 972 and is less than 1000
When you increase the 5, the number is 462*36*17 and increases by 10*36*17 and is greater than 1000.
when you increase the 7, the number is 462*36*18 and increases by 462*36 and is greater than 1000.
When you increase the 4, the number is 552*36*17 and increases by 100*36*17 and is greater than 1000.

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