Q: How do you use the numbers 5 6 and 7 to write six different three digit numbers only once?

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Those are all of the numbers from 100 to 999. Take any three counting numbers and write them next to each other. 284, 947, 882, etc.

You write out the numbers. If you just simply put the digit on the paper it will be incorrect.

It would probably be most appropriate to spell out the number. Example: Three hundred years later...

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There are 3*2*1 = 6 of them.

You can write nine numbers: 125, 225, 325, 425, 525, 625, 725, 825, 925.

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Its impossible, there are only 5 single digit numbers that are not prime

Generally, single digit numbers are written out as one, two, three, etc.

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468, 486, 648, 684, 846, 864.

Those are all of the numbers from 100 to 999. Take any three counting numbers and write them next to each other. 284, 947, 882, etc.

write an addition story for two 3-digit numbers. write the answer to your story

You write out the numbers. If you just simply put the digit on the paper it will be incorrect.

10 numbers. 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529

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