# It is as simple as ABC

Find three different digits $$A, B, C$$ that satisfies the equation $$\overline{ABC} \times \overline{AA} \times \overline{AB} \times C = \overline{ABCABC}.$$

• Is (AA) a concatonation of A rather than a multiplication? (i.e. $11\times A$ rather than $A^{2}$?) May 3 '19 at 20:33
• Thx for the edit..still learning the correct lingo for precise posting
– Uvc
May 3 '19 at 21:59

$$ABCABC=1001\times ABC$$. $$1001=7\times11\times13$$. So $$A=1, B=3, C=7$$ is the soution.