99 is the largest two digit number. If I can use the digits anyway I want, then 9 to the 9th power is larger
You get the largest number if you sort the digits, from largest to smallest.
it is 76543 i think
Assign the digits from left to right, using the largest possible digit in each case. Don't forget to reserve an even digit for the last position.
Using the digits 12279, the largest number that can be represented is 97,221.
the largest five digit number that can be formed using the digits 7 and 9 is 97,000
The largest integer that can be formed by using the digits only once each and simply arranging them in some order is 8740. Otherwise, using exponents, much larger numbers are possible.
The largest even number that can be made with those digits is 9740 .
The largest odd number that can be made with those digits is 9407 .
For this type of "the largest number which..." questions, you need to advance from left to right, using the largest possible digit in each case. For the first two digits, that would be 9, for the third digit (the right-most digit), the largest digit which will make this possible is an 8.
9650 is the largest formed by re-ordering the digits.
874321 is the largest number made from all these digits.
Using the digits, we can make 81 x 62 equals 5022, which is the largest possible product.
Without using exponents or factorials, that's it.
97632 is the largest number containing these digits. To make the largest number simply order the numbers in descending order. As it happens this results in an even number so nothing further is necessary.
99874To solve this type of problems, you go from left to right, using the largest possible digit in every case.
write the largest number you can make using each of the digits 7,1,0,2, and 9 just once