garnirativ8

garnirativ8

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2022-09-04

A number has seven digits. all the digits are 6 except the hundred-thousands' digit, which is 2, and the thousands' digit, which is 4. what is the number?

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Rihanna Blanchard

Rihanna Blanchard

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2022-09-05Added 13 answers

Step 1
Say we have a number with 7 digits and we write is like so:
7,654,321
1 is the ones digit
2 is the tens digit
3 is the hundreds digit
4 is the thousands digit
5 is the ten-thousands digit
6 is the hundred-thousands digit
7 is the one-millions digit
Your problem says that all digits are 6 except the hundred-thousands and the thousands so our answer should look like:
6,264,666.

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jamstavajo

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2022-09-06Added 2 answers

Step 1
I must be missing something because this seems self-explanatory:
6,264,666

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