Q: What is the difference between the greatest and the smallest numbers which are divisible by 8 and are formed by using the digits 2 4 and 6 each only once?

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the greatest is bigger than the smallest

97 - 2 = 95

The difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a data set is called the range.

Greatest . . . 37 Smallest . . . 23

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The GCF of 30, 45, and 90 is 15. One way to approach this is to look at the difference between 30, 45, and 90. The difference between 30 and 45 is 15. The difference between 45 and 90 is 45. The greatest common factor cannot be larger than the smallest difference between the numbers and must be a factor of the difference. The smallest difference is 15. Since 30, 45, and 90 are divisible by 15, the greatest common factor is 15.

the greatest is bigger than the smallest

Infinity.

11 is the smallest 2-digit prime number and 97 is the greatest 2 digit prime number, so their difference is 86

From smallest to greatest they are: 0.123, 1.23 and 12.3

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97 - 2 = 95

The difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a data set is called the range.

The greatest number between 450 and 500 that is divisible by six is 498.

The answer is 92 because a rage is the difference between the greatest number and the smallest number. For this problem 105 is the greatest and 13 is the smallest.105 -13=92

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Greatest . . . 37 Smallest . . . 23