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What is the value of $$n$$?

1) The tens’ digit of $$11^n$$ is 4
2) The hundreds’ digit of $$5^n$$ is 6
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From S1:

$$11^n$$'s tens digit is 4.
$$11^1 = 11$$
$$11^2 = 121$$
$$11^3 = 1331$$
$$11^4 = 14641$$
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$$11^{14} = .....241$$
Here, n has two different values.
Hence S1 is Insufficient.

From S2:

$$5^n$$'s hundreds digit is 6.
$$5^4 = 625$$
$$5^8 = ...645.$$
Here also n has two different values.
Hence S2 is Insufficient.

Combining also is insufficient.

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from I, the tenth digit of 11^n can never be 4, so not A, neither D.
From II, for n=4, 6... (and more), the hundredth digit will be 6, so not B
combining, 11^n x 5^n will have a units digit of 5 but no other information is available, so not C.
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Can any of you suggest a shorter way of doing this?
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PriyankaPalit7 wrote:
Can any of you suggest a shorter way of doing this?

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What is the value of $$n$$?

1) The tens’ digit of $$11^n$$ is 4
2) The hundreds’ digit of $$5^n$$ is 6

Hi, the biggest give away is that it is not mentioned that n is integer.

If n is not an integer, there will always be a value of n for every integer..
for example $$11^n$$ = 40, $$11^n=41$$ or 141, 148 and so on, there will be a value of n, may be in decimals that will fit .
So, infinite values of n possible..
If i look for an integer value, $$5^4=625$$ and $$11^4=14641$$, so n=4 is a value..... but $$n=4.0000000001$$ is another value
Thus insufficient

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