Q: How many times does the digit 9 from 100 to 1000?

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That looks like it should be the same as 10 times (the number of times the digit 1 occursin the units place in the numbers from 10 to 100), which would work out to 90 .

10 times.. because.. 100 * 10 = 1000

Into 100 five times into 1000 fifty times

90 of them.

The two-digit factors of 100 and 1000 are all composite.

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Ten out of every 100 numbers from 150 to 959 . . . . . 90 times.

That looks like it should be the same as 10 times (the number of times the digit 1 occursin the units place in the numbers from 10 to 100), which would work out to 90 .

10 1000/100 = 10

No. 1000 has 4 digits and is the smallest 4-digit number. The smallest 3-digit number is 100.

10 times.. because.. 100 * 10 = 1000

Into 100 five times into 1000 fifty times

90 of them.

10 times for the one's digit, 1-100 10 times for the ten's digit, 60-70 = 20 times

The two-digit factors of 100 and 1000 are all composite.

Between 1-100- 11 zero's- ie., 10,20,30,40,.... 100... so 11*10=110

100 times greater.

100