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3. The digit in the hundreds place will be a 2, 4, or 6.
4. The digit in the tens place will be an odd number.
5. The digit in the ones place will be greater than six.
Now, all these choices are independent, so the final answer is obtained by multiplying. Good Hunting!
 


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