That refers to a number that has more than one digit.
There is no specific name: you just call it a number with 2 or more digits or a multi-digit number.
No. A number with multiple digits does not have a place value. A single digit in a multi-digit number has a place value.
That refers to a number that has more than one digit. For example, 416 is a number; the individual symbols, 4, 1, and 6, are its digits. Since the number 416 has more than one digit, it is multidigit.
The digit to the left has a place value that is "base" times that on the right. Normally, the base is 10.
It means having more than one digit. In the context of decimal integers it means a number greater than 9.
Assuming you've entered a multi-digit number whole number (an integer), then take the modus (%) of the number and 10. E.g., if the number input was 1234, then 1234 % 10 is 4. Thus the final digit is 4. Note that modus 10 is the same as dividing the number by 10 and taking the remainder.
Credit Profile Number - General term given to any nine digit or multi-digit number used to obtain credit. Examples of such numbers include the Social Security Number, the Taxpayer Identification Number, the Employer Identification Number, and the Credit Privacy Number.
Yes +++ To amplify a little, if the final digit of any multi-digit number is 0, then the number is divisible by 10. (Just remove the 0.)
That means that the numbers you subtract have more than one digit.
Don't make it more complicated than it is. The place value is decided only by how far the digit is from the decimal point. It has nothing to do with what digit is in it.
A leading digit is the digit/number at the beggining of a decimal number or regular number and is the first number to the left.
It means that you are talking about numbers that have more than one digit.
You put the four digit number at the top of the three digit number and you do the same thing as you would do with a two digit number with a 3 digit number.
Divide the two-digit number by the one-digit number. If the remainder is zero then the 2-digit number is a multiple and if not, it is not.
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product means multiplication. so a 2 digit number multiplied by a 4 digit number. 80 x 6250 = 500,000 80 can be your 2 digit number 6250 can be your 4 digit number
No. When adding the smallest 2 digit number (= 10) to the smallest 2 digit number (again, 10) the result is a 2 digit number (10 + 10 = 20). When adding the largest 2 digit number (= 99) to the largest 2 digit number (again, 99) the result is a 3 digit number (99 + 99 = 198). As you can see, you'll either get a 2 or 3 digit number, but never a 4 digit number.
9999 is the 4-digit number and 999 is the 3-digit number.
A double digit number, triple digit number........
If your asking in a digit it's called a 4 digit number and it is the smallest 4 digit number
Largest 4 digit number = 9999 Smallest 3 digit number = 111 9999 - 111 = 9888 Largest 4 digit number = 9999 Smallest 3 digit number = 111 9999 - 111 = 9888