Q: My tens digit is 4 less than my thousand digit. My ones digit is twice my tens digit.My ten thousand digit is one less than my ones digit. my hundreds digit is the sum of my tens and thousand digit.?

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452, 894. None other that I can think of

This is missing some information. You mentioned the tens digit twice and didn't mention the ten thousands digit. One possibility is 87184.

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In order to get the greatest number we want to try and get the biggest possible numbers in the hundred thousands, ten thousands and thousand places. There is no rule against the hundred thousands digit being 9 so it must be 9. The ten thousand digit needs to be twice the tens so it must be 8 while the tens is 4. The thousands digit is divided by the units, and the number is even. So thousands must be 6 and the units must be 2. Thus the hundreds must be 7. The number is 986,742

2,241 because you double the digits

22621, 44742, 66863, 88984

1.382 OR 0.000 or 2831

(a)(a-2)(a+2)(2a) It can be: 2044 3156 4268

The number that matches your criteria is... 998949

22621, 44742, 66863, 88984

804

9218 9425

None. The sum of one digit can't be twice the size of the digit.

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.

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).

42.21 or 84.42

84.42 or 42.21

4284

102, 010 2 in the thousands place is twice 1 in the tens place,

1

100012

4

1346

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