Mutilply the values of the digits.
The different digits have different values.
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "digits" (number values, or fingers).
Individual digits within a number have place values, not whole numbers.
The factors of 421 are: 1, 421
The only prime factor of 421 is 421.
It is a system of representing numbers using only the digits 0 and 1, and in which the place values of digits are powers of 2.
The positive integer factors of 421 are: 1, 421
64 or 123
Zero or five.
They are called the digital roots.
The two sets of digits have different place values.
The correct answer is "expanded form".
421 = CDXXI
Some answers have ongoing digits and therefore have unlimited significant digits. For example, 100/3 is 0.3333333... and the 3s are unlimited. Therefore, the number has an unlimited amount of significant digits.
to show the cardinal and face values
4 these are 00,01,10 and 11...
It has 4 significant digits but only one value.
Three significant digits.
Any even number.
421 is a prime number.
421 + 136.25 = 557.25