3rd grade math

If you multiply me by 2, I become a number greater than 20 and less than 40. If you multiply me by 6, I end in 8
Multiply me by 4, I end in 2

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asked by Adam
  1. are the last two numbes 4 and 2? or 40 and 20?

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    posted by Evan
  2. a b c

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  3. nevermind my other comment, the answe is 13.
    13*2=26
    13*6=78

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    posted by Evan
  4. the answer is 13.

    13*2=26 which is greater than 20 but less than 40.

    13*6=78 which ends in 8.

    13*4=52 which ends in 2.

    Hope this Helped!

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    posted by hi!
  5. it could be 23 28 33 or 38

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  6. or the answer is 18.

    18*2=36 which is greater than 20 but less than 40.

    18*6=108 which ends in 8.

    18*4=72 which ends in 2.

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    posted by Jeff

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