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Q: There's a certain 10-digit number where that the first digit is equal to the number of zero is the number of 1's in the entire number where the 10th digit is the number of 9's in the number?

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... always equivalent to the fraction the certain number/64,and to the product (0.015625 x the certain number).

With only one number, you cannot - unless that one number happens to be the measure of the missing angle!

The average rate of movement, for example the number of feet traveled in a certain number of seconds, or the number of miles traveled in a certain length of time.

No.

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Honestly, however you want. If theres a certain number you could have Fab Five, or a special item/name it could be that.

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Theres not a certain number that you have to KO. theres a 1 in 8000 chance that you could find a shiny one though so just keep trying about 8000 times and i guarantee you Will find one eventually.

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3233196060 theres the number

Theres no such thing

theres a 3 and a 6 :O

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