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1. I'm so lost on a maths question.
Ann picks a 4 digit number
The first digit is not zero
The 4 digit number is a multiple of 5
How many different 4 digit numbers could she pick?

2. (Original post by Botcampers)
I'm so lost on a maths question.
Ann picks a 4 digit number
The first digit is not zero
The 4 digit number is a multiple of 5
How many different 4 digit numbers could she pick?

Basically the question is asking how many multiples of 5 there are in the range

Do you understand why? Can you work it out from there?
3. I got 1999
10,000/5
ans-1= 1999
4. hey man could you explain further? im also stuck on this thanks!
(Original post by RDKGames)
Basically the question is asking how many multiples of 5 there are in the range

Do you understand why? Can you work it out from there?
5. (Original post by Akif2001)
hey man could you explain further? im also stuck on this thanks!
I have the same problem but looked it up and this website will give you all the answers to that paper:

http://weteachmaths.co.uk/files/SAMs...2solutions.pdf

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