102 is the smallest three digit number with different digits.
Only if the final digit, after the decimal point, is zero.
smallest 8 digit number with three different digits
The largest three digit prime number whose digits are all primes is 773.
The largest number with no repeated digits is 9,876,543,210 although it is 10 digits long, the largest 3 digit number with no repeated digits is 987
Yes. But that is true only if the 100 digits do not include 0. Or, if 0 is included, then you consider "0n0" to be a three digit number. Most people would consider is to be a 2-digit number.
All five digit numbers have three digits. The smallest five digit whole number is 10,000
N squared would be used to find the square root of a number or numbers. In order to find the number of three digit numbers such that the sum of the square results of any two digits are equal to the third digit the use of the formula (HOE)squared=Hsquared*10000+2HE*100+Esquared is needed.
We call them by the number of their digits. Two-digit number, three-digit number and so on.
The largest number with three digits is 999.
No. (Assuming a three digit number is in the range 100-999 and excludes leading zeros, that is 080 does not count as it is really 80 which is a two digit number) To be divisible by 11, the difference in the sums of the alternate digits of the number must be divisible by 11 (or 0). For a three digit number, this means that the sum of the first and last digits less the second digit must be a multiple of 11 (or 0). For a three digit number with all the digits the same, this calculation results in the value of one of the digits (eg 333 → 3 + 3 - 3 = 3) which will not be 0, and cannot be a multiple of 11 as a single digit is less than or equal to 9 which is less than 11 and thus not a multiple of 11.
There are no three-digit numbers that equal 17. In fact, there are no numbers with more or less than two digits that equal 17. In fact, in the whole infinite supply of numbers, there is only one single number that equals 17. That number is . . . . . . . 17 .
To solve this question, two cases must be considered:Case 1: The three-digit even number ends with 0.If the three-digit number ends with 0, then the number must be even. After the digit 0 is used, six digits remain. After any one of these six digits is chosen to be the first digit, five digits remain. To complete the number, any of the five remaining digits could be chosen to be the second digit of the number.___6___ * ___5___ * ___1___ = 30 three-digit even numbers ending in 0.1st digit-------2nd digit----3rddigit (0)Case 2: The three-digit even number does not end with 0.If the three-digit number does not end with 0, it can end with 2 or 4. Therefore, there are two possibilities for the third digit. The first digit could be any of the remaining digits, EXCEPT 0: if 0 were the first digit, it would not be a three-digit number. Therefore, there would be five possible digits for the first digit. 0 could be used as the second digit, along with the four remaining digits that were not previously used.___5___ * ___5___ * ___2___ = 50 three-digit even numbers not ending in 0.1st digit-------2nd digit-----3rddigit (0)The total number of three-digit even numbers is 80, since 30 three-digit even numbers ending in 0 plus 50 three-digit even numbers not ending in 0 equals 80.
24 three digit numbers if repetition of digits is not allowed. 4P3 = 24.If repetition of digits is allowed then we have:For 3 repetitions, 4 three digit numbers.For 2 repetitions, 36 three digit numbers.So we have a total of 64 three digit numbers if repetition of digits is allowed.
The greatest 3 digit number is 999, and all three digits are the same.
There are only two smaller 3-digit numbers and both of them have repeated digits.
No factor of 9 has three digits. 450 is a three-digit multiple of 150 (and of 9) with a digit sum of 9.
Any number that ends in 0 or 5 and has three digits.