i) Consider a 4 digit number abcd. Will there exist a 'k' such that

iii) Using these 2 results, what can you conclude about a existence of a 'k' for a generic 2n digit number?

abcd = k*ab*cd

If so, find the k and abcd?

ii) Now, consider a 6 digit number abcdef. Will there exist a 'k' such that

abcdef = k*abc*def

If so, find the k and abcdef?iii) Using these 2 results, what can you conclude about a existence of a 'k' for a generic 2n digit number?