The sum of digits of the number \(2^{2000}\times 5^{2004}\)?

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TopNewestHi well i m not sure that my answer is correct (as i m in class9) according to me solution is

2^2000 × 5^2004 =2^2000×5^2000 × 5^4 =(2^2000×5^2000) + 25×25 ... '+' sign for sum of digits

=10^2000 × 625

Sum of digits = 626

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CORRECTION : ...... = 2^2000×5^2000×5^4 =10^2000 × 625 THEREFORE DIGIT SUM = 6+2+5 =13 ..... Q.E.D.

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I know this is 5 weeks ago, but the one that comes from the \(10^{2000}\) isn't actually in the final product.

If we reduce the exponent to numbers that are easier to handle, this becomes more evident. Lets do \(10^{0}\).

\(10^{0} \times 625=625\), so the digit sum is \(6+2+5=13\)

Adding another \(10\), \(10^{1} \times 625 = 6250\), and the digit sum is still \(13\).

By adding another factor of 10 we are really just adding another 0 to the end of our previous number, which does not affect the digit sum

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Ya! You are, even I was surprised that before asking Mafia Maniac to correct his solution I myself was wrong. Thanks!!!

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Can u pls tell me how do u add "image" while giving question/problem?

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