I am a four digit number. My tens digit is 2 more than my ones digit. My hundreds and thousands digit are both 1 less than my ones digit. What number can i be?
Telephone Number? Or do you mean, units, tens, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousand, one hundred thousand and a million?
The tens digit.
The number that matches your criteria is... 998949
When you add tens to the tens digit and ones it goes ten more.
In order to get the greatest number we want to try and get the biggest possible numbers in the hundred thousands, ten thousands and thousand places. There is no rule against the hundred thousands digit being 9 so it must be 9. The ten thousand digit needs to be twice the tens so it must be 8 while the tens is 4. The thousands digit is divided by the units, and the number is even. So thousands must be 6 and the units must be 2. Thus the hundreds must be 7. The number is 986,742
The value of the tens digit is 50
Well, if the tens digit is 1, you have 1 option for the ones digit; if the tens digit is 2, you have two options for the ones digit, if the tens digit is 3, you have 3 options for the ones digit, etc.; up to: if the tens digit is 9, you have 9 options for the ones digit. Add all that up (1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 9).
The digit of 115 in the tens place is the 1.
The tens place is represented by the digit 4.
421 and 842
It is 3823.
ten thousand times greater
It is 2 which represents 20,000
That means multiply it by 2. If your tens digit is 3, your ones digit is 6.
The tens place digit (in a decimal system number) is the second digit to the left of the decimal point.