Select one value from each column (like an odometer, a bicycle lock, a briefcase lock, etc.)

470506

470526

472506

472526

Sometimes, teachers don't consider 0 to be even (but it is), so 472526 would still fit the requirements.

Trisha M.

asked • 09/29/20For the rest of the year, between 400,000 and 500,000 people visited Grand Teton National Park. In the total number of visitors for the rest of the year, the digit 7 has 10 times the value that is has in total visitors for June. In the total visitors in the rest of the year, the tens digit and the thousands digit are both the same even number, and the ones digit is three times the tens digit. The only other digit is a 5, and it is the only 5 in the number. How many people visited Grand Teton National Park for the rest of the year? Explain your reasoning.

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Select one value from each column (like an odometer, a bicycle lock, a briefcase lock, etc.)

470506

470526

472506

472526

Sometimes, teachers don't consider 0 to be even (but it is), so 472526 would still fit the requirements.

Mark M. answered • 09/29/20

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Something is just not right about this thought questions (Common Core?)

The number is

4 _ _, _ _ _

Tens digit and thousand digit the same

4 _ x, _ x _

Ones digit is three times the tens digit

4 _ x, _ x 3x

7 is ten times the value it had in June - yet the number in June is not given.

4 7 x, _ x 3x or

4 _ x, 7 x 3x

5 appears only once

4 7 x, 5 x 3x or

4 5 x, 7 x 3x

x could be 1, 2, or 3

4 7 1, 5 1 3 or

4 5 1, 7 1 3

4 7 2, 5 2 6 or

4 5 2, 7 2 6

4 7 3, 5 3 9 or

4 5 3, 7 3 9

Unless I missed a condition, 6 possible numbers satisfy.

David W.

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You wrote: "x could be 1, 2, or 3" but "he tens digit and the thousands digit are both the same even number." Thus x=0 or 2.
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This is a 4th grade math problem. That is exactly who it is presented on the paper with no other information09/29/20