200,000. Since the number 200 is in the hundreds, it will be 3 digits long. A number in the thousands has at least 4 digits, and up to 6. The number one thousand is written like this: 1,000. Putting the number 1 in the thousands requires adding 3 zeros to the end of it, so writing the number 200 in the thousands would require the same strategy. Therefore, you'd get to your answer: 200,000.
2,241 because you double the digits
this question doesnt make sense
If the number formed by the last three digits is divisible by 8. This requires that: if the digit in the hundreds place is even, the last two digits must form a number divisible by 8 and if the digit in the hundreds place is odd, the last two digits must form a number divisible by 4 but not by 8.
It is simply an unspecified number of hundreds of thousands!
38977 is in ones place9 is in tens place (and is three times the number in thousands place)8 is in the hundreds place3 is in the thousands place7+9+8+3=27
The question cannot be answered. All that I know about your number is that is has at least 4 digits. Your number could be a hundred digits long - I have no way of knowing.
Look at the thousands digit;if it is 5 or more add 10,000 to the number; if not don't add anything Replace the thousands, hundreds, tens and units digits by 0s.
Including the leading zero, the smallest number you can make from the digits 03418 is 01348. Without the leading zero in the ten thousands column, the smallest number you can form from the digits 03418 is 10348.