Sundqvist

answers: 1

Register to add an answer

Answer:

The hundreds digit of 10n is 6

Notice what happens when we multiply any positive integer by 10:

34 x 10 = 340

60 x 10 = 600

128 x 10 = 1280

54629 x 10 = 546290

The tens digit in the original number becomes the hundreds digit in the new number.

So, if we're told that the hundreds digit of 10n is 6, then we know that the tens digit in n must be 6

Since we can answer the target question with certainty, statement 1 is SUFFICIENT

165

Lyudmila

For answers need to register.

348

cents

The time for answering the question is over

Contacts

mail@expertinstudy.com

Feedback

Expert in study

About us

For new users

For new experts

Terms and Conditions