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What is the greatest and least possible product you can make using the digits 1,3,5,6 and 7 in the multiplication problem below? Use each digit only once,

_ _ _ X _ _ = ?

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    567*13 or 675*31

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    smallest : 1 x 3567 = 3567
    largest: 751 x 64 = 48064

    assuming each digit can only be used once.

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    Mrs Sue could you pls check my question

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    The greatest product with an 8 in the ones place

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