Q: Your tens digit is 2 more than your ones digit you are less than 100 and greater than 89 what number are you?

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The ones digit is 5 less than 10 (10-5=5) The tens digit is 2 more than the ones digit (5+2=7) The entire number is less than 200. It could be either "75" or "175", but is probably "175" or they would have said that the entire number was less than 100.

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Assuming the question is about positive integers and there are no leading 0s, the answer is NEVER.

A number with more than one digits: that is, an integer greater than 9.

345,922, it has 1 more digit than 34,592

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?

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194.There were actually two options, 194 and 083, but as it needs to be a three digit number, 194 is more fitting.

It depends on how many digit you want to round off. When truncating a number, just chop off the last digit and the resulting value is a truncated number. To round of a number, examine the last digit. If it is less than 5, just eliminate it otherwise the last digit is 5 or more, drop the digit and increase the remaining last digit by 1. 2.037 rounds off to 2.04 since the last digit (7) was greater 4. 2.04 rounds to 2.0 (or 2) since the last digit is less than 5.

2003 The first digit cannot be zero because then the number would be less than 1459. Similarly the first digit cannot be greater than 2 because then the number would be more than 2569. Therefore, the first digit must be 2. Then, so far, we have 20__. We see now that any number in this range is greater than 1459 and less than 2569. So a complete answer would be 2000, 2001, 2002, ..., 2099.

89 is a prime number between 70 and 100 that has the ones digit one greater than the tens digit.

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Is it only 890 and 891

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1 The largest five-digit number is 99999 and the smallest six-digit number is 100000, so the difference is one. If you're just looking for an answer to a homework question, that's all you need. For the brainy: Suppose the answer was greater than one. That would mean that there are one or more numbers between the largest five-digit number and the smallest six-digit number that cannot be written with either five or six digits. Either they would have to be written with four or fewer digits, which would make them smaller than any five-digit number, or with seven or more digits, which would make them larger than any six-digit number. If the answer was less than one, it would mean that it would be possible to have a five digit number that was greater than a six-digit one. So the answer must be one.

It is 58.

0.5 is greater. For positive decimal numbers with only 0 to the left of the decimal point, whichever number, if either, has the larger digit immediately to the right of the decimal point is larger. If the numbers have the same digit immediately to the right of the decimal point, apply the same test to the successive digits after the decimal points until one with a distinction is found; the larger of the first distinctive digit after the decimal point is in the larger number.

For now, I'll assume for simplicity that the numbers are positive. The number with the greatest amount of integer digits (before the decimal point, if any) is larger. If both numbers have the same number of integer digits, compare each digit in turn until you find one digit that is different. The number with the largest digit in this place is larger. Examples: 1234 is greater than 430, because it has more digits. 125 is greater than 117, because in the first digit they differ (second position from left), it has the greater digit. 0.007 is greater than 0.0009, because in the third digit to the right of the decimal point (the first digit where they differ), it has the greater digit (7 is greater than 0).

I am a number greater than 99 and less than1000 Two of my digits that aren't next to each other are the same My tens digit could not be greater and it is 1 more than my hundreds digit What number? Ans: the no. x has 3 digits, say, h in the 100 place, t in the 10 place & u in the unit place. The no. is x = 100h + 10t + u. h & u are the same, so x = 101h + 10t: further, t = h + 1, so x = 111h + 10 is your number. This can be any one of: 121, 232, 343, 454, 565, 676, 787, 898. Please note: the tens digit could NOT BE GREATER. Therefore, the tens digit must be 9. So, there is only one answer, 898.