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Q: What is the smallest number that can be formed using the digits 492130 and 5 without repeating any of the digits?

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10,234 is the smallest 5-digit number meeting your restrictions.

12345 but if you can use a decimal, then 0.1234 would be the smallest possible number.

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4111 is an integer and so there is no sensible way to convert it into a repeating decimal.

Two versions of this question have been merged ... the one that asks forthe smallest 5-digit number, and the one that asks for the largest.If we're talking integers (whole numbers), then-- the largest 5-digit number with no repeating digits is 98,765 .-- the smallest one is 10,234 .-- If decimals are included, then the largest number is the same,but the smallest one is .01234 .

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10,234 is the smallest 5-digit number meeting your restrictions.

It is 0.123459

id say, 0123456789. but depends how many digits you can have

12345 but if you can use a decimal, then 0.1234 would be the smallest possible number.

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10234

4/15 as a decimal is 0.26666 repeating

4111 is an integer and so there is no sensible way to convert it into a repeating decimal.

86420

It is a repeating decimal.

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