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A 3-digit instrument measures to 3 significant digits; A 4-digit instrument measures to 4 significant digits. A 3.5 digit instrument is somewhere in between. Since 0.5 is the log base 10 of 3, the display would be accurate within 3 units in the 4th digit.

At least that's what I tried to explain to a bright student in my grade 11 class. She told her engineer dad and he said it was nonsense.

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I suggest you just call it that - a "35-digit number".

the first 35 digits of pi is... 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288

i think there are 18 digit 5s.

The factors of 35 are 1, 5, 7, 35. All of them are odd. 7 and 35 are multiples of 7. 5 has a digit sum equal to 5. No number satisfies all of the conditions.

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I suggest you just call it that - a "35-digit number".

35 + 35

35 x 285 = 9975 The highest three-digit number divisible by 35 is 9975.

OL refers to over limit.

35*35 = 1225

the first 35 digits of pi is... 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288

If the 2 digit number is a multiple of both 5 and 7 then it is a multiple of (5 x 7) which equals 35. The only even 2 digit number which is a multiple of 35 is, 2 x 35 = 70

i think there are 18 digit 5s.

It is: 315

what does every digit in pnr justify...

The factors of 35 are 1, 5, 7, 35. All of them are odd. 7 and 35 are multiples of 7. 5 has a digit sum equal to 5. No number satisfies all of the conditions.

yes it can read both ac and dc voltage and current .AnswerThe whole point of a multimeter is that it can perform the function of an ammeter, a voltmeter, and an ohmmeter!