# Problem 96

# Fool the multiplication verification

**Due**: May 3

**Points**: 1

I'm going to test the result of multiplying

\[x = 83271 \times 76125\]

by testing both sides modulo 2, 3, and 5.

Produce a value for \(x\) that is *not correct*, but which will pass my modular verification tests. That is, give an incorrect value for \(x\) that will "trick" me into thinking it is correct.