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It could describe the bearing, if expressed as a three digit number.

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The digit 8 has two lines of symmetry, vertical and horizontal. The number is symmetrical from top to bottom and from left to right.

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It could describe the bearing, if expressed as a three digit number.

It can be 111 or 333, depending on how you write your ones and your threes. * * * * * 0 and 8 also have horizontal symmetry so any number made up from 0, 1, 3, 8 will do. For example, 108.

The greatest value two digit number in Roman numerals would be [MM] with a horizontal bar placed above it, which would represent the number 2 Billion. In generally used Roman numerals MM represents 2000.

Divide the two-digit number by the one-digit number. If the remainder is zero then the 2-digit number is a multiple and if not, it is not.

No. When adding the smallest 2 digit number (= 10) to the smallest 2 digit number (again, 10) the result is a 2 digit number (10 + 10 = 20). When adding the largest 2 digit number (= 99) to the largest 2 digit number (again, 99) the result is a 3 digit number (99 + 99 = 198). As you can see, you'll either get a 2 or 3 digit number, but never a 4 digit number.

If your asking in a digit it's called a 4 digit number and it is the smallest 4 digit number