$x$ is a positive integer such that its digits can only be $3,4,5,6$. $x$ contains at least one copy of each of these four digits. The sum of the digits of $x$ is $900$ and the sum of the digits of $2x$ is also $900$.
Now how many digits are there in the product of maximum and minimum values of $x$?
To get the minimum & maximum numbers we need the minimum & maximum possible digits that produce 900 by addition.
The minimum number contains $1$ THREE, $1$ FOUR, $1$ FIVE and $(900-3-4-5)\div6 = 148$ SIXs. So the minimum number is $345666......(148 SIXs)$.
The maximum number contains $1$ FOUR, $1$ FIVE, $1$ SIX and $(900-4-5-6)\div3 = 295$ ONEs. So the maximum number is 654333...(295 THREEs).
This is how we can determine the minimum and maximum number where the sum of digits is 900. But how can we get the numbers when the sum of digits of $2x$ is also 900?
Then how can we determine the number of digits are there in the product of maximum and minimum values of $x$