ra5867 wrote:
Also, if possible give some example of similar question and how would you solve them
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GMAT Club Forum mobile appHey, I know that I'm very late for this but here it is for others who might need some more details. This is a self-made question. The strategy is simple.
Check the number of 5s and 2s. The following 3 cases are possible:
1. If there are more 5s than 2s, the Answer is 5 as an Odd number when multiplied by 5 give the unit digit 5.
2. If there are equal number of 5s and 2s, the answer is Odd but not 5.
3. If there are more 2s, which is the case here, the answer has to be Even. This eliminates 2 options.
Now, remove all the 5s and equal number of 2s and multiply for the Unit Digit.
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