Digits is how many numbers you have in a number. If you have the number 4 it has one digit if you have the number 20 it has two digits and if you have the number 558 it has three digits. So basically in the number 1085 it has 4 digits because there is 4 numbers in it, the numbers are 1,0,8 and 5. Hoped you understand.
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
No. And in general, if a number has a finite number of decimal digits, it is rational.If it has an infinite number of digits, it may be rational or irrational.
24 is the smallest example, 86 is the highest (unless both digits may be the same when you could have 22 & 88)
The number 1,234,567,890,123 has thirteen digits.
The largest ten digit number with no repeated digits is '9876543210'.
no, it matters with the number not digits
A decimal is a rational number if:* It terminates - i.e., it has a finite number of decimal digits. * It doesn't terminate, but it repeats the same pattern over and over - possibly after a finite number of digits that are not included in the pattern. For example, 0.145145145145..., or 3.125252525...
The least whole number with 6 digits is greater because it has more digits than 5 digits.
A Merchant Number is usually between 6 and 15 digits long. Examples: Natwest Streamline Merchant Number = 8 digits HSBC Merchant Number = 8 digits Lloyds TSB Cardnet Merchant Number = 15 digits Bank of Scotland Merchant Number = 15 digits Barclays Merchant Services Merchant Number = 7 digits American Express Merchant Number = 10 digits Diners Club Merchant Number = 10 digits JCB (Japan Credit Bureau) Merchant Number = 13 digits Elavon Merchant Number = 10 digits AIB (Allied Irish Bank) Merchant Number = 11 digits Ulster Bank (For Ireland Vendors only) Merchant Number = 8 digits Chase Payment Tech Merchant Number = 6 digits