If a number An consisting of n consecutive digits in ascending order is subtracted from the number An' obtained by reversing the digits of An, then the difference is always a constant. This constant is termed as the 'Unique number' Un as reported by me earlier in. For example, a 3-digit number 345 if subtracted from its reverse 543, yields a difference of 198. Thus U3 = 198. Another 3-digit number, say, 678 if subtracted from its reverse 876 will also yield the same difference, that is, 198. Thus for any number consisting of 3 consecutive digits, the Unique number U3 is always 198. Similarly for a number consisting of 4 consecutive digits, the Unique number U4 = 3087.
72 reverse the digits divide by 3 = 24
there are generally 3 nos given at the bottom of the dd. the first (consisting of 9 digits) is the dd no. next (consisting of 6 digits)is the micr no. and the last one is the transaction id
Front end estimation- An estimation method in which the front digits are added or subtracted
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A byte is a unit of memory consisting of eight binary digits or bits
The different digits have different values.