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Well, 47 49 51 53 are four consecutive odd numbers those total squared has for identical digits. 40000.... The square root of any number that is only four digits long all containing the same digit has a value that is not an integer.

9,999,876 is the greatest seven-digit number using four different digits.

Yes: 1 and 0 are consecutive.

In words: Four billion, five hundred ninety-one million, four hundred thousand, six hundred fourteen.In digits: 4,591,400,614

It is 97/4.

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34, 45 etc.

Well, 47 49 51 53 are four consecutive odd numbers those total squared has for identical digits. 40000.... The square root of any number that is only four digits long all containing the same digit has a value that is not an integer.

Consecutive identical digits could be digits that are the same and appear next to one another in a number. For example, the hundreds and tens digits in 1442 could be considered consecutive identical.

9,999,876 is the greatest seven-digit number using four different digits.

Yes: 1 and 0 are consecutive.

The probability of a specific sequence of six consecutive decimal digits occurring early in the decimal representation of pi is usually only about 0. 08% (or more precisely, about 0. 0762%). However, if the sequence can overlap itself (such as 123123 or 999999) then the probability is less. The Feynman point is the first occurrence of four and five consecutive identical digits, but not six.

If the digits are all different then 18. Otherwise, 192.

6,000,054

How many license plates can be made using either two uppercase English letters followed by four digits or two digits followed by four uppercase English letters?

Depends on where you start.

In words: Four billion, five hundred ninety-one million, four hundred thousand, six hundred fourteen.In digits: 4,591,400,614

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