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# What is the least number you can make using all digits from 0 through 9 once?

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### Smallest number you can using 91764?

The smallest number that someone can get using the 91764 digits is 14679. The secret is to arrange the digits from the least number to their greatest number.

### How do you get the least number possible by using the digits 1 2 and 3 only once?

By rearranging the digits the answer is 123.

It is 3567

### What is the least number you can make from 541?

Using those three digits it is 145.

### write the number with the least value using the digits only once. Explain your reasoning?

11111111924+9999929283666=

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### How many number combinations of the number 1 through 8 can there be using 4 digits?

Assuming you can repeat digits (like the number 1228 for example), there are 84 = 4096.If you can't repeat digits then it is equivalent to 8!/4! = 1680.

### What is the least possible four digit number using all the digits repeated?

1111, unless you allow negative number. In that case, the answer is -9999.

### If there were only 9 digits -0 through 8- how much would the number 100 represent?

The number 100, using digits 0 thru 8, would equal the number 81 using digits 0 thru 9. 1x92 + 0x91 + 0x90 which is 1x9x9 + 0x9 + 0x1

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