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a b c d mathsFind The Number - 4 October

A four digit number (not beginning with 0) can be represented by ABCD. There is one number such that ABCD=A^B*C^D, where A^B means A raised to the B power. Can you find it?

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  2. nice blog.. it would have been more good if there were a couple of photos!
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  3. Can someone explain systematic procedure to solve this?

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    1. Hi,in Algebra ABCD=A*B*C*D. So A*B*C*D=A^B*C^D That's my way of doing it. After some trail&error procedure, hopefully you'll get the answer

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  4. i programmed in C language to come to the solution 2592

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  5. Hi everyone, I am here to challenge the answer. The answer can also be 9225. For those who did not copy the answer from the solution, do you agree with me? Reply me if you agree or if you don't agree or if you want to know how

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  6. Yes you are right.

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  7. i will ask you one question if you answer to this you are a genius the question is "their is a word in the number 3268 " what is it?

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