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Alphabet Multiplication (Posted on 2002-11-21) Difficulty: 1 of 5
(a-x) (b-x) (c-x) (d-x)........(z-x)=????

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answer | Comment 23 of 25 |

Let N = (a-x) (b-x) (c-x) (d-x)........(z-x)
Then, one of the terms of N is (x-x) which equals 0. Since, 0 when multiplied by any number is always zero, it follows that N=0.

Consequently, the required value of the given expression is zero

  Posted by K Sengupta on 2007-03-04 11:08:34
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