No, counting numbers you can ignore or say they have an infinate number of significant digits. By counting numbers I mean things you count, or non measurements, or numbers you wouldn't round to significant digits anyway . Measurements always have significant digits.
It appears that only single digit numbers work (0 thru 9)
Any prime numbers of about 66 or 67 digits will do.
is equal at the numbers of electrons
9x8x7x6x5x4x3x2x1 or 9! which equals 362880 possible combinations if no digits are repeated
Digits is how many numbers you have in a number. If you have the number 4 it has one digit if you have the number 20 it has two digits and if you have the number 558 it has three digits. So basically in the number 1085 it has 4 digits because there is 4 numbers in it, the numbers are 1,0,8 and 5. Hoped you understand.
no, it matters with the number not digits
Both rational and irrational numbers can be expressed with decimals. If the number is irrational, it will have an infinite number of decimal digits, and there will be no periodic repetition. For example, 1/7 (which is rational) is 0.142857 142857 142857... The same sequence of six digits repeats over and over again. In irrational numbers, this is not the case.
a 8-digits palindromic number is a number consisting of a 4-digits number written and then written backward, i.e. 1234 4321 so there are as many palindromic 8-digits numbers as 4-digits numbers so from 1000 to 9999, so there are 8999 palindromic 8 digits number (I assumed that 00011000 is not to be considered as a valid 8 digit number)
Armstrong numbers are the sum of their own digits to the power of the number of digits.
3.14 has a finite number of digits. All numbers with a finite number of digits are rational. Pi has an infinite number of digits, AND the digits don't repeat in a regular pattern. (Numbers with repeating decimals are rational as well.)
If the sum of the digits of a given number equals nine or a multiple of nine, nine is a factor of that number.
In representing large numbers, English texts use commas (or spaces) to separate each group of three digits. This is almost always done for numbers of six or more digits, and optionally for five (or even four) digits. This makes it easier to read the number without having to count how many place holders there are in the number as a whole.
No. 26 for instance the sum of the digits is 8 but not divisible by 4. 32 the sum of the digits is 5 but divisible by 4 The rules for some other numbers are 2 all even numbers are divisible by 2 3 The sum of the digits is divisible by 3 4 The last 2 numbers are divisible by 4 5 The number ends in a 0 or 5 6 The sum of the digits is divisible by 3 and is even 7 no easy method 8 The last 3 numbers are divisible by 8 9 The sum of the digits is divisible by 9
No. 1+5 = 6, which is not a squared number.
In the numbers 1-9 each number has 1 digit and there are 9 of them, so that's 9.In 10-99 each number has 2 digits, and there are 90 of them: 2x90 = 180There are 900 three digit numbers [100 through 999]: 2700 digits.There are 9000 four digit numbers: 36000 digits.90,000 numbers with five digits: 450,000 digits.900,000 numbers with six digits: 5,400,000 digits.Then 1 number with seven digits: 7 digits.Add them up and you have 5,888,896 digits.
A number with 22 DIGITS (not numbers) is of the order of a sextillion.
The account number is 12 digits.
The number is: 36725918 In descending order that is: 98765321 The pairs of numbers that have as many digits between them in both are: 3,9 5,8 6,7 So there are three pairs.
There are 10 digits in our number system. The symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9 are the digits used to create numbers.
The significant digits in a number can be arbitrarily small or large in number, according to the method of creating them.Numbers that can have an infinite number of possible significant digits are called transcendental numbers.
because they are numbers.........number is the scieentific name for digits.