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the 2-digit # that is divisible by both the sum and the product of its digits. i got 24 and 30, but would 30 count? in other words, is it ok that 30 is divisible by 0, the product of its digits?


30 isn't divisible by zero.
Any number divided by zero is indeterminate so we can't divide by zero.


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