Number Properties Puzzle – Challenge 12

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Number Properties Puzzle – Challenge 12

Challenge:

How many digits are used to write the number \(20^{10}\)?

A- 10

B- 11

C- 12

D- 13

E- 14

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The correct answer is E.

\(20^{10} = (2 × 10)^{10} = 2^{10 }× 10^{10 }= 1024 × 10^{10}\)
1024 has four digits and \(10^{10 }\) has 11 digits. Why?
Therefore, \(20^{10 }\) has 15 digits.

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