Q: Which digit is used to greatest number of times on the 100- number grid?

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The more numbers, the more refined it is. For example, a four digit grid coordinate will put you in a 1,000 meter grid square. A six digit grid will put you within a 100 meters of your position (or target), etc.

This is also called the Lattice method; it is a very simple method to multiply two numbers together. 1. Draw a grid with the same number of columns as digits in the first number and one more than the same number of rows as digits in the second number. 2. Draw a diagonal line from top right to bottom left in each grid square (extending those at the left hand end down to meet the bottom line of the grid, extended to the left), except the extra bottom row. 3. Write the first number over the gird (one digit to a column) and the second number down the right hand end of the grid, one digit to a row. 4. Now fill in each box in the grid by multiplying the digits of its row and column together, putting the "tens" digit above the diagonal line and the "ones" digit below it. If the result of the multiplication is less than 10, the "tens" digit is a zero (0). 5. Add the digits along each diagonal starting from the right hand end putting the "ones" digit into the extra bottom row of squares under the last digit added in, carrying the "tens" digit of the sum to the next diagonal. If multiplying decimals together: 1. Write the decimal points next to the grid lines between the digits they fall between. 2. Follow the grid lines from the two decimal points until they meet, then follow the diagonal to the extra bottom row and put the decimal point on the grid line between two digits

Count the number of squares across the top of the grid, the count the number of squares down the side of the grid. Then multiply these two numbers If you have a grid of 100 squares by 60 squares then the number of squares in the grid is 100x60 = 6000

It is a number grid that only contains prime numbers.

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The digit (not didgit) 1.

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1 is the most used digit because of 100

I would have to guess at 0 (zero) it will appear for all the multiples of 10 plus one extra for 100, making 11 in total.

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The more numbers, the more refined it is. For example, a four digit grid coordinate will put you in a 1,000 meter grid square. A six digit grid will put you within a 100 meters of your position (or target), etc.

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This is also called the Lattice method; it is a very simple method to multiply two numbers together. 1. Draw a grid with the same number of columns as digits in the first number and one more than the same number of rows as digits in the second number. 2. Draw a diagonal line from top right to bottom left in each grid square (extending those at the left hand end down to meet the bottom line of the grid, extended to the left), except the extra bottom row. 3. Write the first number over the gird (one digit to a column) and the second number down the right hand end of the grid, one digit to a row. 4. Now fill in each box in the grid by multiplying the digits of its row and column together, putting the "tens" digit above the diagonal line and the "ones" digit below it. If the result of the multiplication is less than 10, the "tens" digit is a zero (0). 5. Add the digits along each diagonal starting from the right hand end putting the "ones" digit into the extra bottom row of squares under the last digit added in, carrying the "tens" digit of the sum to the next diagonal. If multiplying decimals together: 1. Write the decimal points next to the grid lines between the digits they fall between. 2. Follow the grid lines from the two decimal points until they meet, then follow the diagonal to the extra bottom row and put the decimal point on the grid line between two digits

A six figure grid reference is a more detailed type of grid reference. Basically you divide the squares into 100 smaller squares then write a three figure easting then a three figure northing all you really have to do is take away the decimal point

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