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Q: Which one of the following numbers will appear farthest to the right on a number line?

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The farthest number from zero is the greatest number.

On the number line it is -1.75

There are infinitely many possible number sequences, and infinitely many numbers which can appear in those sequences. Any and every number can appear in a number sequence.

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65 is a whole number!

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The farthest number from zero is the greatest number.

The farthest to the right.

On the number line it is -1.75

All of the numbers appear once and as a mode is the most commonly occurring number, there is no mode.

No it can not.

Any number that isnot a prime,not a factor of the composite numbercannot appear in the prime factorisation of a composite number.

The mode is the number that appears the most often in a set of numbers. It is 400 in this set, because it occurs twice, while the other numbers appear only once.

The one farthest to the right of the decimal point (3).

If no number is repeated then every number that appears once is a mode. They appear once, which is more often than any numbers that do not appear at all.

There are infinitely many possible number sequences, and infinitely many numbers which can appear in those sequences. Any and every number can appear in a number sequence.

Please edit the question to include more context or relevant information. In particular, it would help if we know where these numbers appear in the pyramid.