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Hi Parents and Students,

Here's a Challenging question for all of you to solve:

Find the 6 digit number ABCDEF
such that 7 x ABCDEF = 6 x DEFABC where DEFABC is another 6 digit number.

Different letters stand for different single-digit whole numbers.

Have a fun time solving !

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7 X ABCDEF = 6 X DEFABC

A=6
B=5
C=4
D=7
E=2
F=3

7X6X5X4X7X2X3=6X7X2X3X6X5X4=30240.

Am i rite?

Jojo_2010
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Jojo_2010 wrote:7 X ABCDEF = 6 X DEFABC

A=6
B=5
C=4
D=7
E=2
F=3

7X6X5X4X7X2X3=6X7X2X3X6X5X4=30240.
Am i rite?

Not Correct
For your equation above, LHS is not equal to RHS.

Anyway, ABCDEF is a 6 digit number, not a product of 6 single digit number.
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Maths Hub wrote:Hi Parents and Students,

Here's a Challenging question for all of you to solve:

Find the 6 digit number ABCDEF
such that 7 x ABCDEF = 6 x DEFABC where DEFABC is another 6 digit number.

Different letters stand for different single-digit whole numbers.

Have a fun time solving !

Let me try:

ABCDEF = 461538

mujin
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mujin wrote:
Maths Hub wrote:Hi Parents and Students,

Here's a Challenging question for all of you to solve:

Find the 6 digit number ABCDEF
such that 7 x ABCDEF = 6 x DEFABC where DEFABC is another 6 digit number.

Different letters stand for different single-digit whole numbers.

Have a fun time solving !

Let me try:

ABCDEF = 461538

My working :

ABCDEF x 7 = DEFABC x 6

[(ABC x 1000) + DEF] x 7 = [(DEF x 1000) + ABC] x 6

7000 ABC + 7 DEF = 6000 DEF + 6 ABC

6994 ABC = 5993 DEF

538 ABC = 461 DEF

538 (461) = 461 (538)

whereby (461) = (ABC) and
(538) = DEF

so.. ABCDEF = 461538

Hope I am right

mujin
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mujin wrote:
mujin wrote:
Maths Hub wrote:Hi Parents and Students,

Here's a Challenging question for all of you to solve:

Find the 6 digit number ABCDEF
such that 7 x ABCDEF = 6 x DEFABC where DEFABC is another 6 digit number.

Different letters stand for different single-digit whole numbers.

Have a fun time solving !

Let me try:

ABCDEF = 461538

My working :

ABCDEF x 7 = DEFABC x 6

[(ABC x 1000) + DEF] x 7 = [(DEF x 1000) + ABC] x 6

7000 ABC + 7 DEF = 6000 DEF + 6 ABC

6994 ABC = 5993 DEF

538 ABC = 461 DEF

538 (461) = 461 (538)

whereby (461) = (ABC) and
(538) = DEF

so.. ABCDEF = 461538

Hope I am right

Nice One

iFruit
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iFruit wrote:
mujin wrote:
mujin wrote:
Maths Hub wrote:Hi Parents and Students,

Here's a Challenging question for all of you to solve:

Find the 6 digit number ABCDEF
such that 7 x ABCDEF = 6 x DEFABC where DEFABC is another 6 digit number.

Different letters stand for different single-digit whole numbers.

Have a fun time solving !

Let me try:

ABCDEF = 461538

My working :

ABCDEF x 7 = DEFABC x 6

[(ABC x 1000) + DEF] x 7 = [(DEF x 1000) + ABC] x 6

7000 ABC + 7 DEF = 6000 DEF + 6 ABC

6994 ABC = 5993 DEF

538 ABC = 461 DEF

538 (461) = 461 (538)

whereby (461) = (ABC) and
(538) = DEF

so.. ABCDEF = 461538

Hope I am right

Nice One

Well done! This is indeed correct!

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Not easy to see that both sides divisible by 13 to reduce to 538 and 461 leh.....at least not for old mummy like me...

6994 ABC = 5993 DEF

538 ABC = 461 DEF

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Pls refer to http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/forum ... hp?t=14953 for the next Maths Olympiad Challenge!!!

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Maths Hub wrote:Pls refer to http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/forum ... hp?t=14953 for the next Maths Olympiad Challenge!!!

Umm... seems like it is not much of a challenge for the super bright parents and kids we have here right on KiasuParents.com. Maybe need to turn up the difficult by a couple of dozen notches?

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