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Find the five digits in this equation:
1ABCDE • 3 = ABCDE1
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The five digit number is 42,857 (i,e, A=4, B=2, C=8, D=5, and E=7)
So when you put 1 in front of this number (i.e. 1ABCDE), it becomes 142857.
Then when you multiply this number by 3 you get 428,571 as shown below:
142,857 • 3 = 428,571
Now in this answer 428571 if you replace the numbers by their corresponding letters you get ABCDE1. Hence the equation:
Answer: The five digit number is 42,857
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