The smallest even 6-digit number is 100,000 .If you also want the ones digit to be twice the ten's digit, then the smallest even 6-digitthat satisfies that additional requirement is 100,021.
102, 010 2 in the thousands place is twice 1 in the tens place,
A proper 2-digit number (which must be smaller than 100) cannot be twice a 10-digit number (which must be larger than 999,999,999).
The units digit of a two digit number exceeds twice the tens digit by 1. Find the number if the sum of its digits is 10.
If the number is odd, the last digit is odd. That means the ten's digit must be twice the one's digit. There are only four two-digit numbers where the ten's digit is twice the one's digit: 21, 42, 63, 84. Check which of these satisfy all the clues.
Add the last digit (units digit) to twice the previous digit (tens digit). If this sum is divisible by 4, so is the original number.
The number that matches your criteria is... 998949
22621, 44742, 66863, 88984
The number must be 42.
This is missing some information. You mentioned the tens digit twice and didn't mention the ten thousands digit. One possibility is 87184.
6849 and 0213
It is 99,887,765
That would be 11.
I am a number in the fourth row on the hundred chart my ones digit is twice my tens digit what number am I
47 Impossible problem!
Just write an odd digit in the one's position, and repeat that digit in the ten's position.