It is not possible to say without knowing what the numbers are. The digits could become smaller, larger or remain the same.
52 - (-11) = 63 (both larger)
52 - (-10) = 62 (tens larger, units same)
52 - (-9) = 61 (tens larger, units smaller)
52 - (-1) = 53 (tens same, units larger)
52 - 0 = 52 (both same)
52 - 1 = 51 (tens same, units smaller)
52 - 9 = 43 (tens smaller, units larger)
52 - 10 = 42 (tens smaller, units same)
52 - 11 = 41 (both smaller).
No. The tens unit is independent of the ones unit
The "6" is in the ones place.
4082 Since the tens digit is 2 times the thousand digit, it must be an even digit. So it can be 8, 6, 4, or 2. But, the thousands digit is 4 greater than the hundred digit. So that the hundred digit must be 0, the thousands digit must be 4, the hundreds digit must be 8, and the ones digit must be 2.
It's 4. (31,622)2 = 999,950,884 .
The answer will depend on what you are subtracting! The answer will depend on what you are subtracting! The answer will depend on what you are subtracting! The answer will depend on what you are subtracting!
When you add tens to the tens digit and ones it goes ten more.
it means multiply the the number in the ones place by two and use that number to subtract
There is a lot of answer for this, but I tell you one. The answer is 6541.
The 2 is the ones digit. ■
The answer depends on what the tens digit is greater than, and what the ones digit does then.
the digit in the ones place is the 3
For the number 25, the 5 is the ones digit (and the 2 is the tens digit). So, for 99 the second 9 from left to right is the ones digit.
Find the units digit of 8*7. The 30 in 38 will have no effect on the units digit.