Q: Why do airport runways have 2 digits?

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Airport runways are.

9/27: 2813m 10/28: 3810m 11/29: 4430m

Runways, sort of (they're actually that divided by 10, zero-padded to two digits if necessary). So a runway marked "27" has a heading of approximately 270 degrees and therefore runs due west (Runways have different numbers on each end; the other end of runway 27 would be marked "09").

The largest digits number with only 2 digits alike is 99

10 digits

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