Since there are only five different digits, a 6-digit number can only be generated if a digit can be repeated. If digits can be repeated, the smallest 6-digit number is 111111.
You get the largest number if you sort the digits, from largest to smallest.
It is -987654. The smallest POSITIVE number is 102345.
012345 or -543210, if negative numbers are permitted.
100122 or, if negative numbers are permitted, -998877
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.
The smallest number is 5,789. The largest is 98,750. The difference is 92,961.
9,999,876 is the greatest seven-digit number using four different digits.
With repetition, the smallest is 22222 and the largest is 88888 Without repetition, the smallest is 23458 and the largest is 85432
Starting from the left, use the smallest possible digit for each position. Note that only four digits are given, so we can assume that we are free to choose the fifth digit. The first digit can't be "0", so use the next-smallest digit: "0". The next digits would be "169". For the final digit, add an additional zero.
Starting from the left, use the smallest possible digit in each case. The first digit can't be a zero, so you choose 1 for that; but for the digits after that, you can use zeros.
The idea is to start from the left, and use the smallest digit possible in each case. For instance, the smallest option for the first digit is 2, the smallest option for the second digit is 0, etc.
the largest five digit number that can be formed using the digits 7 and 9 is 97,000
11,111If you don't want to use any digit more than once, then it's 13,579 .
It is difficult to interpret exactly what you are trying to ask. If you allow your five digit number to have leading zeroes and do not allow negative numbers, then 00000 - 99999 = -99999 is the smallest number. If you do allow negative 5 digit numbers, then (-99999) - 99999 = -199998 is the smallest number.