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The number of digits in the number (4^11)(5^25) = ?

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The number of digits in the number (4^11)(5^25) = ?

A) 22
B) 23
C) 24
D) 25
E) 26

Originally posted by amithy on 18 Sep 2015, 04:11.
Last edited by Bunuel on 18 Sep 2015, 04:24, edited 1 time in total.
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The number of digits in the number (4^11)(5^25) = ?

A) 22
B) 23
C) 24
D) 25
E) 26


\(4^{11} * 5^{25}\)

= \(2^{22} * 5^{25}\)

= \(2^{22} * 5^{22}*5^3\)

= \(5^3*10^{22}\)

= \(125 * 10^{22}\)

There are 3 digits in 125 and 22 0s after it.
Total digits = 22 + 3 =25

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The number of digits in the number (4^11)(5^25) = ?

A) 22
B) 23
C) 24
D) 25
E) 26


\((4^{11})(5^{25})\)

\((2{^2})^{11}(5^{25})\)

\((2^{22})(5^{25})\)

\((2^{22} * 5^{22}) 5^3\)

\((10^{22}) 125\)

\((10^{22})\) will have \(22\) digits.

\(125\) has \(3\) digits.

Total number of digits \(=> 22 + 3 = 25\) digits.

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