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No. The tens unit is independent of the ones unit

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Q: The tens digit of a number is six more than the ones digit?

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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.

The number is 17.

0 is the ten's digit of the first odd number.

How about 89

A Hundred's digit is a place in a number such as.... 1,234; The 2 is a hundreds digit becasue if any further digit places dispear it would be; 234 2: Hundreds 3. Tens 4: Ones EX: 65,342; The 3 is the hundred's digit

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So far, you know that your number has a seven in the tens column:7?The ones digit is one more than the tens digit, which is 7.7+1=8Your number is 78.

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The answer would be 37.

3 more than 5 is 8, so the tens digit is 8. The tens digit is,double the number of the ones digit, so divide 8 by 2 and you get 4. If you double 4 it is 8 so, the number is 84.

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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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46 - (four tens is 40 and then the digit in the ones place is two more than the digit in the tens place. 4 + 2 = 6)

When you add tens to the tens digit and ones it goes ten more.

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