Itself because 1 times a number = the same number
There is no such number since you cannot list every non-zero number!
000000 because i said so * * * * * It is 100000. In order to be a six-digit number, the first digit needs to be non-zero. The smallest such number is 1. After that, each digit must be the smallest digit possible and every time that is 0.
Any non-zero number divided by itself is equal to one.
Divide a non-zero integer by a non-zero integer.
It is any non-zero number.
It is a non-zero integer.
Two factors of every non-zero number except 1 are 1 and the number itself.
If there are no non-zero digits, the value is zero.
zero divided by any non-zero number equals zero.