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− | + | We have <math>161 = 7 \cdot 23.</math> Since <math>a</math> has two digits, the factors must be <math>23</math> and <math>7,</math> so <math>a = 32</math> and <math>b = 7.</math> Then, <math>ab = 7 \times 32 = \boxed{\mathrm{(E) \ } 224}.</math> | |
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Problem
In multiplying two positive integers and , Ron reversed the digits of the two-digit number . His erroneous product was . What is the correct value of the product of and ?
Solution
We have Since has two digits, the factors must be and so and Then,
Video Solution
~savannahsolver
See Also
2011 AMC 10B (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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